.Governor commissions road project
Chairman, Dewayles Group of Companies, High Chief Victor Egukawhore and other government delegates, yesterday, commended the efforts of the Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Orohwedor, toward infrastructural development in the state at the commissioning of the just completed Okpolo/Enhwe/Uwheru road construction in the Isoko local government area of Delta State.
These commendations came in after the Okpolo/Enhwe/Uwheru road was commissioned in the Isoko local government area. Egukawhore, in his statement, celebrated with the incumbent governor on the milestone of a 100-days-in-office and with much proof of competence, over the last 100 days.
The oil and gas magnate, who hosted the governor said: “We saw the road the governor just commissioned in the locality here; it’s a thing of pride for us. Under a hundred days of the governor in office, he chose our locality as one of the sites for one major project that he came to commission today.”
Speaking on the impact of infrastructural development in the State, Commissioner for Works, Rural Development, Charles Aniagwu, stated that the construction on Okpolo/Enwhe/Uwheru road would mitigate flooding in the area.
Aniagwu, with a host of others, also commended the integrity of delivery by the construction company, Emorock Concept Limited and canvassed for more extensive projects from the state government.
The governor also described Victor Egukawhore as; “ passionate about infrastructural development not only in his community but that of the state.” He also made open his intention to continue to work alongside the business mogul, in order to foster a more excellent development for people in the State.
More so, Egukawhore hinted that the project is a start-up to the many big things on the Governor’s drawing sheet and went on to say: “If you follow the news, you’ll see the various projects he has approved for execution and over sixty per cent are in the hub, in Warri.”
He said that one of the initiatives of the Governor is to; “bring Warri back to the limelight as an oil city.”
The Business mogul also hinted at an extended partnership with the state government to strengthen the vision of the incumbent governor in fostering even development in the state.