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Lawmakers, others to monitor rural projects

The Imo State Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha has thrust the responsibility for monitoring the progress of work on the road projects in the state on the lap of law-makers and political appointees.

Addressing journalists after a meeting with law makers and political appointees recently, the governor challenged them to ensure that contractors handling road projects passing through their respective localities complied with job specifications.

He said the arrangement would ensure central supervision of the over 1000 kilometre road projects currently on-going inImoStateas he also mandated them to nominate engineers to be involved  in the supervisory roles.

In his comments at the occasion, the Deputy Governor, Sir Jude Agbaso who also doubles as the Commissioner for Works, assured Imo people that 60% of the road projects would be completed before the rains commence.

While appealing to the citizens of the State to exercise patience, Sir Agbaso also assured that all projects embarked upon by the administration would surely be completed before the end of its four year tenure.

The Imo State Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha has thrust the responsibility for monitoring the progress of work on the road projects in the state on the lap of law-makers and political appointees.

Addressing journalists after a meeting with law makers and political appointees recently, the governor challenged them to ensure that contractors handling road projects passing through their respective localities complied with job specifications.

He said the arrangement would ensure central supervision of the over 1000 kilometre road projects currently on-going inImoStateas he also mandated them to nominate engineers to be involved  in the supervisory roles.

In his comments at the occasion, the Deputy Governor, Sir Jude Agbaso who also doubles as the Commissioner for Works, assured Imo people that 60% of the road projects would be completed before the rains commence.

While appealing to the citizens of the State to exercise patience, Sir Agbaso also assured that all projects embarked upon by the administration would surely be completed before the end of its four year tenure.

 

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