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Oborevwori Gives MORE Testimonies At Emevor



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It was at a ceremony to commission the strategic Emevor Road which is expected to open up a large section of Isoko North Local Government Area that Governor Sheriff Oborevwori gave a vivid testimony on the success of his MORE agenda as governor of Delta State.

The 4.04km Emevor-Orogun road project with accompanying side drains is expected to open the Isoko nation and especially allow farmers and others dwellers of the area  to connect with the rest of the world.

It was as such not surprising that locals and especially prominent personalities from the area were gleeful on Tuesday, June 11 at a ceremony to formally commission the road.

Undoubtedly buoyed by the joy expressed by the people, the governor immediately gave an order to the Commissioner for Works to proceed with the second phase of the project.

Still elated by the praise of the people, the governor further announced the release of over N1 billion to the contractor handling the College of Health Sciences project at the Delta State University of Science and Technology, DSUST, Ozoro, Isoko North.

While paying tribute to his predecessor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, under whose administration contract for the first phase of the project was awarded, appreciated the people of Emevor and Isoko nation for standing by his administration, assuring that they would not be dissapointed.

Governor Oborevwori, who announced approval for the second phase of the project to the admiration of the people, also lauded the contractor, Emorock Construction Concepts, for a job well done.

Oborevwori said: “We have released over N1 billion to the contractor handling the College of Health Sciences project at the Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro. It is a big project and I can assure you that it will be completed by October this year.

“I must acknowledge and appreciate my predecessor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, under whose stewardship the contract for the first phase of this road was awarded and construction commenced. I am proud to say that this road was constructed by an indigenious contractor who has delivered on the job.

Oborevwori commissioning the Emevor Road

“In line with my promise not to abandon on-going projects inherited from the previous administration, I came to inspect this project on the 8th of March and 8th of April to ensure that this phase of the road is put to use before the rains.

Oborevwori Gives MORE Testimony

Giving what some saw as his testimony of running the race to fulfil his MORE agenda, Governor Oborevwori said:

“It, therefore, gives me great pleasure to have completed this road, knowing how strategic and important it is to the people of Emevor and the surrounding communities. This is testimony that our MORE Agenda is on course. It is another promise made, and promise kept.

“With the completion of the first phase being 4.04 Kilometres, accessing our farms, markets and neigbhouring villages will no more be a nightmare. I believe that the local economy and living standards of our people within this axis will henceforth improve.

“I have heard your request for the construction of the second phase. Be rest assured, with God helping us, we will construct the full length of the road which terminates at Orogun”.

He said when the full length of the road is completed, it would reduce travel time significantly around the corridor.

The member representing Isoko Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Hon. Jonathan Ukodhiko, and member representing Isoko North constituency in the State House of Assembly, Hon. Bernard Odior, appreciated the Governor for all he was doing in Isoko nation, particularly on the establishment of College of Health Technology at Ovrode.

The lawmakers said the Emevor-Orogun road had been a great challenge to all Isoko people, assuring that the Isoko Nation would remain loyal and committed to his administration.

The Commissioner for Works, (Rural and Riverine Roads), Mr. Charles Aniagwu, commended the contractor, for the timely and quality delivery of the project.

He said completing the entire stretch of the road to Orogun would complete the joy of the people.

Welcoming guests earlier, the President- General of Emevor Progress Union, Comrade Teddy Edoso, and Chairman, Delta State Hospitals Management Board, Dr Paul Oweh, thanked the Governor Oborevwori for completing the first phase of the road and appealed for the award of contract for the Phase 2 leading to the villages of Emevor and Orogun Town in Ughelli North Local Government Area.

They commended Governor Oborevwori for the appointment of indigenes of the community and for prioritising and expediting action on the road and pledged the total commitment of the Emevor people to the political aspirations of the Governor.

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