Gov Ugwuanyi Insists on Quality Work for 35 Infrastructure Projects

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Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has reiterated his
administration’s determination to ensure that contractors executing
government projects in the state deliver quality works that will stand
the test of time to serve the people of the state.
The governor, who spoke through the Chairman of the Enugu State Urban
Renewal Committee, Arc. Chris Offor during the committee’s inspection
tour of some of the 35 infrastructural projects going on
simultaneously across the 17 Local Government Areas of the state,
noted that the state government will continue to insist on adherence
to work specifications.
Arc Offor said that it was only when quality jobs are delivered that
the people of the state will enjoy the full benefits of the dividends
of democracy, stressing that the government will not accept any
substandard project, which he said undermines the noble vision of the
administration.
The committee chairman expressed satisfaction with the quality and
stages of work at the various sites visited, saying that the
inspection tour was necessitated by the need to ascertain the extent
of work and compliance to specifications by the contractors as well as
ensure that the contractors deliver on time.
“This committee is guided by the standards set by the Governor of
Enugu State, His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi in the
governance of the state. We won’t compromise on quality as that is at
variance with the noble vision of this administration. So I urge the
contractors to maintain the specifications in line with the contract
terms”, Arc Offor said.
Also speaking, a technical member of the committee and state
commissioner for science and technology, Engr. Greg Nnaji equally
commended the level of compliance by the contractors and attributed it
to the enabling environment provided by the state government in
fulfilling its obligations to the contractors.
Some of the project sites visited include
Onunwanebo-Ndiuno-Akpoga-Nike Road; Ibagwa-Amokp-Nike road; Ilukwe
street; Asata road; Inyaba bridge, among others.

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