Monitoring and Environment Control Committee headed by Chief (Elder) John
Ehikwe, on Thursday, 23rd May, 2013 inspected the dualisation of Old Lagos
Asaba Road, Agbor.
The monitoring committee which
by headed by Chief (Elder) John Ehikwe as chairman, Mr. P.I Adede, secretary,
Elder P. J. Affam, Comr. A. M Augustine, Aluge Obia Kainji, Mr. Vincent
Arimotwu, Dr. O. Ugboh and Dr. J. C. Egbai are seeing to the completion of old
Lagos Road, especially from Baleke Street to Odozi Street.
Speaking with newsmen, Chief
(Elder) John Ehikwe said that their duty as committee members is to ensure the
early completion of the road, as he urged the construction company to intensify
The chairman of Iregwa/ Igbenoba
Traders Union, Mr. Stanley Obuseh, stated that the delay in the construction of
the road is affecting their sales, He urged Hitech Construction Company to
speed up work.
Mr. Goddy Aghede, Vice Chairman
Iregwa / Igbenoba Traders Union, said “I thank the Agbor Monitoring Committee
for the inspection and I also urge the construction company to intensify work
in other to complete the road in no distant time.
One of the shop owners, Elder
Ernest Okoh said it has been a long since the construction of the road began.
He appealed to relevant agencies to get the construction company to complete
the construction of the road early.
Another trader, Peter Okereke
said “ I appeal to the government to pay the construction company, for them to
complete the project in no distant time”.
The site engineer of the road
construction, company, Engr. Rolly
Gana, thanked traditional rulers and people of Ika Nation
for their understanding and supports, assuring them that if the government
releases funds to them, the project will be completed
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