Uzodinma inspects Road

Uzodinma inspects road construction

The  State governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma at the weekend paid an unscheduled inspection visit to the ongoing construction and rehabilitation of Assumpta Cathedral /World Bank /Umuguma road with a spur linking Ideal Suite Hotel Junction to Ebere links Fuel Station at PH Road.

Governor Uzodinma who was led to the construction site by Engr Henry Onuoha, the Project manager of Viche Resources Nig Ltd commended the contractor handling the road project for their professionalism and quality of work done. The site engineer promised early completion of the job while maintaining quality control, bid specifications and designs. Stating that the company is working day and night, under the rain and sun to ensure that good quality job is delivered for the benefit of Ndi-Imo.

Governor Uzodinma told the contractor to use sharp sand to fill waterlogged and flood prone areas as well as apply cement stabilisation to compact the first layer as reinforcement before stone-base and asphalt so as to deliver high standard and quality road infrastructure. This is the first time Imo state government is deploying the use of sharp sand to fill excavated top soils during road construction

Governor Uzodinma was accompanied on the inspection of the road project by the Commissioner for works, Engr Ralph Nwosu, Directors and Permanent Secretary Ministry of Works, Secretary to the State Government, Chief Cosmas Iwu, Chief of Staff to the Governor, Bar Nnamdi Anyaehie, among other high profile individuals,

Speaking during the inspection, Governor Uzodinma said “as a government, we believe that governance should go hand-in-hand with the management of the pandemic COVID-19 situation. So we continued to work as we did not let the various infrastructural projects we are handling in the state suffer.

We had to tinker with some avoidable measures in order to ensure that governance is not stagnated. To that extent, we allowed some projects to continue, the critical infrastructures, especially.

We had urgent issues to handle – the flooding issue in Owerri has been a source of concern.

We went round, saw the quality of the work ongoing. I can assure that the contractors have lived up to expectations in accordance with the bid proposals and designs. We will continue to encourage them so that gradually, as the measures are eased off, we will encourage them to continue to do more work.”

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