Delta gov orders contractors to return to site

Contractors handling Delta State government road projects have been ordered to return to the site immediately after the rain subsides.

Some of the projects include the Asaba –Ughelli expressway, Ikpide -Irri road, access road and bridge to Beneku and interchange flyover and Koka junction in Asaba among several others.

The two commissioners in charge of works in the state gave the order in Asaba during their maiden meeting with contractors handling roads, drainages and bridge projects in the state.

The commissioners are Mr Noel Omodon (urban/highways) and Hon Solomon Golley (rural/riverine roads)

Omodon, who said that the state government was working on overhauling and improving on its infrastructure advised the contractors to ensure that approved materials were used according to specifications and not to compromise standards.

According to him, the state government would not take it lightly with any contractor whose project failed within the period of the agreement, even as certificates raised on shoddy jobs would not be signed.

The commissioner (Rural and Riverine roads), Hon Golley on his part admonished the contractors to always have recourse to the ministry whenever they had any challenge on any project.

The Chier executive officer of DNI Engineering Ltd, Alhaji Ibrahim who spoke on behalf of the contractors commended the convocation of the meeting.


Delta gov orders contractors to return to site

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