Uduaghan orders Orogodo River dredger back to site

Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan has directed the contractor handling the dredging project on Orogodo River in Ika South Local Government Area to return back to site immediately.

Governor Uduaghan, who gave the directive while inspecting the construction work at the dual carriageway bridge over the Orogodo river road along the Old Lagos- Asaba Express way at the Agbor axis, explained that his administration does not want to entertain any delay in the project.

He noted that the community has been faced with ecological problem for sometime due to the river overflowing its banks and as such wants the contractor to return to site within one week and handle the project effectively.

The Governor called on the residents of Agbor to be patient with his administration as all on-going projects will be completed adding that they will enjoy more dividends of democracy.

"I can assure you that government will complete all projects we have started in lka south," Dr. Uduaghan said.

"The contractor handling the dredging of Orogodo River should come back to site to continue with his work within one week. The dredging needs to be done to check ecological problem in the area and enable this bridge being constructed to last long and serve the people longer," he said.

The site engineer Sarath Sayasekara who conducted the Governor round at the bridge explained that the two bridges are ready while the asphalt work will be completed within the next two months.

He stated that they were working at a high pace to ensure that the bridges are completed soonest.

"Sir, you can see that we have finished work on the bridge, we are working on the culvert and will complete the asphalt work in the next two months. Work will be completed soon," he told the governor.

The president of Landlords Association in the community, Mr. Vincent Aremuku commended the Governor for the good work his administration is carrying out in the local government saying "We are so much impressed at the work done so far on this road and at the Orogodo Bridge. We thank you and say we are solidly behind you in the 2011 election."

at the Agbor axis, explained that his administration does not want to entertain any delay in the project.

He noted that the community has been faced with ecological problem for sometime due to the river overflowing its banks and as such wants the contractor to return to site within one week and handle the project effectively.

The Governor called on the residents of Agbor to be patient with his administration as all on-going projects will be completed adding that they will enjoy more dividends of democracy.

"I can assure you that government will complete all projects we have started in lka south," Dr. Uduaghan said.

"The contractor handling the dredging of Orogodo River should come back to site to continue with his work within one week. The dredging needs to be done to check ecological problem in the area and enable this bridge being constructed to last long and serve the people longer," he said.

The site engineer Sarath Sayasekara who conducted the Governor round at the bridge explained that the two bridges are ready while the asphalt work will be completed within the next two months.

He stated that they were working at a high pace to ensure that the bridges are completed soonest.

"Sir, you can see that we have finished work on the bridge, we are working on the culvert and will complete the asphalt work in the next two months. Work will be completed soon," he told the governor.

The president of Landlords Association in the community, Mr. Vincent Aremuku commended the Governor for the good work his administration is carrying out in the local government saying "We are so much impressed at the work done so far on this road and at the Orogodo Bridge. We thank you and say we are solidly behind you in the 2011 election."

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