BENUE PROJECT INSPECTION: Gov Ortom Promises More Road Rehabilitation if Resources Permit, Commend Contractor
Governor, Samuel Ortom of Benue State has expressed satisfaction with the speed and quality of work done on roads and other projects currently being undertaken by his administration in Makurdi, the State capital.
The Governor disclosed this when he inspected the ongoing road and other projects, undertaken by his administration to improve the living conditions of the people.
Some of the road projects being executed and inspected are the 1COV.5km John Kwaghgba street, the 1.3 km Low Cost, Naka road to Gbangban road, which is at ninety percent completion.
Others are the 2.5km Igbo Agbenyi to Kua Community behind the Modern Market in Agboughul with the drainages currently being constructed and the 2.1km Kanga Akanya to Lucy Aluor Street, which terminates at Otukpo road.
The Governor also inspected the 6.5 Billion naira Benue State Geographic Information Service, BENGIS, whose work has reached an advanced stage.
Addressing newsmen after the inspection, Governor Samuel Ortom stated that the Low Cost to Gbangban road would be completed in two weeks while the Igbo Agbenyi to Kua Community road beside the Makurdi Modern Market road would also be completed before his administration winds down next year.
The Governor commended the contractors for not disappointing the government by carrying out quality jobs, stressing that his priority was to rehabilitate and reconstruct more roads within Makurdi and other major towns in the state as resources would permit.