Kogi: Gov Wada Sets To Rehabilitates Ankpa Township Road


Kogi State Governor, Capt Idris Wada, has flagged off the construction of the second phase of the Ankpa township road at the cost of 642 million naira.
Governor Wada, who performed the ceremony in Ankpa, said that his administration decided to embark on the project in fulfilment of his campaign promises as well as to demonstrate his determination to provide good road network across the senatorial districts in the state.
He said that the rehabilitation of the Ankpa township road became necessary because the town serves an important role among commercial and financial centres in the state.
It holds one of the largest markets in the state while it houses first class banks and medium scale enterprises.
Governor Wada took time to warn the senior officials of the State Ministry of Works not to compromise standard while he also warned the contractors handling the project against doing a shoddy job.
In his opening remark, the State Commissioner of Works, Mr Godwin Onamah, while appealing to the contractor handling the project to adhere to specification, solicited the support and cooperation of the people in the area to enable the government deliver more gains of democracy.
He assured the Governor of the ministry’s readiness to supervise all state road projects.
The Ankpa road project is expected to be completed in 12 months.
Credits: http://www.channelstv.com/2015/07/10/kogi-governor-wada-flags-off-642-million-naira-road-project/

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