We've paid initial N1 billion for Port Harcourt road, we won't abandon it - Abia state governor

We’ve paid initial N1 billion for Port Harcourt road, we won’t abandon it – Abia state governor

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Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu has assured that his administration has not abandoned the rehabilitation of Port Harcourt road in Aba.We've paid initial N1 billion for Port Harcourt road, we won't abandon it - Abia state governor

Gov Ikpeazu who stated this at the Government Lodge, Aba, during a courtesy call on him by Generating Set Dealers, Port Harcourt road, explained that his administration considers the road as key and would never abandon it.

He further explained that his administration met no good road in Aba when it came to office in 2015, but has done over 50 roads in the city.

Gov Ikpeazu added that the improved network of good roads is responsible for the improvements in security of lives and property and the upsurge in commercial activities which has in turn given confidence to traders from Akwa Ibom and other neighboring states to visit Aba for procurement of goods and services.

We don’t do half measures in road construction. We always try to build roads that will outlive our administration. We won’t abandon Port Harcourt road but will work hard to fix as much of it as time and resources will permit us before we leave office.” – he said.

The Abia governor added;

We started working on the road through a partnership with a contractor, the government paid an initial One Billion Naira and so far the drains have been established on both sides of the road. So we have completed the drainage channelling of Port Harcourt road from end to end.”

He further stressed that;

The road is too important to me than even you the generating set dealers. Faulks road is almost completed; it will be the same thing with Port Harcourt road soon, God on our side.”

The governor noted that;

Nobody believed Ngwa road would be reconstructed. Nobody believed we would complete the Osisioma Ngwa flyover. But today, they’ve all been done. We will rebuild Port Harcourt road. All we need is your support and prayers.”

He promised to commence palliative work along the road to give better access to the plant dealers.


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