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ANIAGWU- DELTA GOVT APPROVES OVER N16BN FOR ROADS CON

Aniagwu Delta Govt Approves Over N16bn For Roads Con 1

Mr. Charles Aniagwu, the Commissioner for Information on Thursday announced the Delta State Government approval of construction and rehabilitation of roads no fewer than 15 across the state at a cost of about N16 billion.

Charles Aniagwu, said that the roads approved were spread across the three senatorial This was part of the decisions reached at the State Executive Council meeting presided over by the Governor, Senator (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa.

Briefing newsmen after the council meeting at the Government House, Asaba, the Commissioner for Information, Mr. districts for fairness and equity.

Aniagwu listed the roads as the construction of a bridge across River Ethiope in Umusume Quarters, Obiaruku; internal roads in Okpara-inland, construction of Ituru Road, Elume; construction of Deghele-Bateren Township road in Warri South-West. Others are the construction of Oporoza Township Roads in Gbaramatu and the construction of Ogbe-Ijoh internal roads in Ogbe-Ijoh, both in Warri South-West and construction of Dantinajo Gold Resort Road, Oleh, Isoko South.

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They also include the construction and reconstruction of Iregwa/Baleke and adjoining streets in Agbor, Ika South; reconstruction and overlay of Owerre-Olubo/Ute-Ogbeje road, Ika North-East.

Aniagwu, the commissioner for Information also said that construction of Obi-Ibabu/Ibabu road in Ndokwa West; rehabilitation and expansion of Old Lagos By-Pass (linking Benin/Asaba Expressway to Asaba/Okpanam Road) as well as the construction of critical adjoining roads and discharge channel, Okpanam, Oshimili North, were approved by the council.

Others in the area, according to him, are the construction of Isoko drive/Sir Eric Obiazi street, Madagwa Street/Amantu Crescent, GRA Phase 5, Asaba, Oshimili South, and construction of Flood Control Measures on Summit Road through Nwelih Street, St. Patrick’s College, West-End Mixed Secondary School, and Uche Medua Ige close.

 Aniagwu added that the government had approved the comprehensive upgrade of facilities in Central Hospitals in Kwale, Ughelli, Oleh, Agbor, Warri, and Sapele.

He disclosed that approval was also given for Delta Cares Programme, a partnership programme with the World Bank, to resuscitate small and micro businesses affected by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The commissioner also stated that the council approved the payment of retirement benefits to some retirees of Delta State University, whose cases had problems.

Urhobo Daily


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