ERIJO LEADS PROJECT MONITOINING TEAM ON INSPECTION OF GOVT PROJECTS IN WARRI, UVWIE AXIS

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The Special Adviser to the Governor on Project Implementation and Evaluation, Honourable (Prince) Johnson Erijo, says a new order has emerged for the award, supervision and inspection of government projects in Delta State.

Honourable Erijo stated this on Tuesday shortly after inspecting some government projects in Warri south and Uvwie local government areas of the State. 

He stressed the need for all contractors handling governnent projects, their site engineers, as well as Ministry Field Officers supervising the projects to key into the new order so as to deliver quality projects to Deltans.

The Governor’s aide, who led his Technical team which includes Executive Assistants, Senior Special Assistants, Special Assistants to the Governor on Project Monitoining, and Field Officers on a four-day visit to the area, said the exercise was to ensure that nothing was left to change in the execution and delivery of projects, in line with the Stronger Delta vision of the Okowa administration. 

The project monitoring team first visited the office of the Warri/Uvwie and Environs Special Area Development Agency, WUEDA at DDPA Effurun, before proceeding to the field.

The projects inspected include the construction of tripezoidal drains on the median along the NPA expressway in Warri south and Uvwie local government areas, the rehabilitation of the failed section between the NPA and Chevron gate U-turn in Warri south local government area, and the Omimi concrete road rehabilitation project between Refinery road and NPA expressway in Uvwie.

On the team were Executive Assistants Noel Omordon, Honourable Raymond Edijala, and Prince Godwin Ejinyere, Senior Special Assistants Engineers Ejiro Etoroma, Emmanuel Chuks Mormah, Emmanuel Tebowei, Austin Modungo, Dan Ossai, Chukwutem Adibeli and Honourable Jahswill Asaba. 

Others are Seimode Akposafagha, Henry Igwe, Dennis Onokaye – Akaka, Valentina Donwa, Jackson Ureghe, Churchill Botu, Joan Okemi, Ken Orubebe and Israel Aru.

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