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Izeze Inspects Asaba-Kwale-Ozoro-Ughelli dualization project by CCECC
Izeze Inspects Asaba-Kwale-Ozoro-Ughelli dualization project by CCECC


Izeze Urges CCECC to Expedite Work on Asaba-Ughelli Sector C Dualization

Delta state Commissioner for works, Highways and Urban roads, Comrade Reuben Izeze, has charged the contractor handling sector C of the Asaba-Kwale-Ozoro-Ughelli dualization to increase pace of work on the project and get the job completed in record time.

Comrade Izeze who gave the charge during inspection visit to the site to ascertain level of work on the road project, said with the dry season fast approaching, there was the need for the construction firm, Chinese Civil Engineering Construction Company, CCECC to mobilize more human and materials resources and get the job done.

Saying that the state Governor, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori had expressed concern over delay in the completion of the project, the Works Commissioner said the socio-economic importance of the Asaba-Ughelli road which connects several communities across the three senatorial districts of the state can not be overemphasized.

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Accompanied by some top government officials in the Ministry of Works, Izeze, a former member of the State Assembly, however expressed satisfaction on the quality of work being executed by the construction company handling the project for the state government.

Asaba-Kwale-Ozoro-Ughelli dualization by CCECC

Asaba-Kwale-Ozoro-Ughelli road dualization by CCECC

The Commissioner said he was impressed with the determination of the firm to record steady milestones as it progresses with the job to meet the deadline, saying that so far the contractor has shown capacity and commitment, even as he appealed to the company not to slow down the pace of work.

Izeze restated the commitment of the Oborevrwori’s led government to completing all ongoing projects started by the previous administrations in the state.

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The former Lawmaker stated that every project under the supervision of the ministry of works must be executed to standard as Deltans must have value of money spent on them.

He assured the firm that all challenges listed would be addressed as government would always keep its own part of the contractual agreement.

Emphasizing that his office takes supervision of projects seriously, Izeze warned that days when certificates of completion were approved and issued without due diligence are over, adding that contractors working with the Ministry must comply with the BOQ.

He added that standards is a key component of the MORE agenda of the present administration, which he said would never be compromised under his watch.

Izeze Urges CCECC to Complete Asaba-Kwale-Ozoro-Ughelli dualization

Izeze Urges CCECC to Complete Asaba-Kwale-Ozoro-Ughelli dualization

The zonal Manager of, Chinese Civil Engineering Construction Company, CCECC, Mr Wu-u Yuaru, assured that the project would be completed next year.

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He said the Precast Beams for the bridge at the Ogwashi-Uku Dam were ready, adding that the company was waiting for the water tide to reduce before commencing installation of the bridge.

The zonal manager, promised the Works Commissioner that the pace of work on the project would be doubled but appealed  for release of more funding by the state government.

The visits of Project sites across the state by Comrade Izeze to ascertain the pace of development on the road infrastructures, continues.

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