DTHA to contractors: Go back to site or return mobilization fee

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DTHA to contractors: Go back to site or return mobilization fee

DTHA to contractors: Go back to site or return mobilization fee - NEWS OTHERS

ASABA—DELTA State House of Assembly has directed those in possession of government funds paid as mobilization fee for contract awarded, to move to sit and execute the jobs awarded to them or return the money to government coffers.

Chairman, House Committee on Works, Efe Ofobruku, who gave the directive at a meeting with the state Commissioner for Works and top officials of the ministry, said gone were the days when contractors collected mobilization fees and went home to sleep.

Ofobruku, who was accompanied by five other members of the committee, charged the state Ministry of Works to take advantage of the dry season to push for speedy completion of ongoing road projects across the state.

The lawmaker, who represents Uvwie constituency in the House, said the state government was determined to ensure the construction of many motorable roads cross the state in driving its prosperity agenda for all Deltans to fruition.

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Earlier, the state Commissioner for Works, Chief James Augoye, while welcoming the legislators to the ministry’s headquarters in Asaba, listed some ongoing projects by the Ifanyi Okowa administration across the state, disclosing that some of them were near completion.

Augoye, among others disclosed the governor’s approval for the dualization of Sapele township roads from the Warri-Benin Road junction to AT&P Sapele, as well as dismantling of the Warri BRT project to make way for massive rehabilitation of the ever busy Effurun-Warri Road.

He said that good road network across the state was the key mandate of his ministry, promising to continue to interface with all relevant bodies at ensuring quick intervention on roads construction and rehabilitation as well as technical advice to sister ministries.

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