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Thursday, May 10, 2018

Road Construction Intensifies At Odume Layout, Obosi

Virtually all the streets in Odume layout Obosi in Idemili North Council Area are now wearing a new look following the massive road work, both completed and on-going embarked upon by the Obiano administration.

Inspecting the pace and quality of work done so far at the sites visited, the state Commissioner for Road Construction, Infrastructure and Maintenance, Engineer Marcel Ifejiofor expressed satisfaction with the pace and qaulity of work done so far, reassuring that the Obiano's administration is committed to providing quality roads to the people of the state.

Among the completed streets with drainages at both sides are, Ilokoye street, St Charles Boromeow Parish road, Minaj road, Minaj television Complex internal roads , Akirika street , Edusunny Amakeze lane, Ezeaso, street , Nanka street and Enugu Ozala street among others.

Speaking to journalists after the inspection, Engineer Ifejiofor who expressed happiness with the quality of work done on the roads, noted that they will focus more on city roads to ensure that all roads in the cities are accessable, calling on the residents of the areas whose roads have been constructed to take care of the roads, desist from dumping refuse inside the drainages and shun burning of tires on tarred roads.

On his part, the General Manager of the firm handling the projects, Mr. Fredoy De Kleyn gave a ten-year guarantee before maintenance will commence on the roads.

The Commissioner later inspected work on the erosion project site at the back of Minaj Broadcasting Station, where he expressed satisfaction with the quality of work but frowned at the finishing aspect which he said was not properly channeled to a discharge point expressing the fear that it would cause damages in future.

By Ngozi Obileri

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