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Obiano urges quick completion of Mmiata-Nzam Rd, Nengo Bridge

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GOVERNOR Willie Obiano, yesterday, embarked on an unsheduled visit to inspect the Mmiata-Nzam Road, where he  expressed satisfaction at the level of work done and  instructed the contractor to do  everything within their powers to quicken the work.

The governor thanked the people of Mmiata and Nzam Communities for their unalloyed support to the APGA Government of Anambra State and teassured them of his unrelenting work in the area.

In his remarks, the State Commissioner for Works. Marcel Ifejiofor explained that the 10.2Km road was awarded to Kanu Been Contractors.

He noted that the governor upon mobilising the contractors in December, 2018, instructed that this dry season should be operation-drive-to-Nzam and therefore, he assured the governor that the road would be completed to Nzam before the end of the dry season.

The governor who was accompanied by the State Commissioner for Works, Marcel Ifejiofor, the MD of PMMO, Mike Ogbuekwe, Commissioner for Youths  & Creative Economy, Bonaventure Enemali.

In a related development, Gov. Obiano has expressed happiness over the completion of Nengo River Bridge linking Nteje with Umunya in Oyi Local Government Area.

The bridge measures 36 metres in length with three spans and 11 metres width.

Governor Obiano noted that the work had reduced the challenges faced by the people in accessing the axis.

He noted that the bridge would open the area by attracting development and would enhance the evacuation of agricultural produce.

The State Commissioner for Works, Mr Marcel Ifejiofor described the bridge as a legacy project that would have positive impact on the people.

On his part, the Managing Director of the firm handling the job, Mr Tony Madi explained that the bridge would be opened to traffic in one week after the completion of the asphalting work.

 

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