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Alleged N54bn Contract Inflation: Counter Accusations Rock Ministry As Reps Committee Summons Director

Alleged N54bn Contract Inflation: Counter Accusations Rock Ministry As Reps Committee Summons Director

Alleged N54bn contract inflation: Counter accusations rock ministry as Reps committee summons Director There was drama when the House of Representatives Ad Hoc Committee investigating the slow pace and controversies surrounding the alleged re-award of the Ijebu-Igbo-Ibadan road project commenced hearing. The Hon. Kwamoti Bitrus Laori ad hoc committee had last Thursday, visited the project site in Ibadan, Oyo State, and parts of Ogun State before inviting the Federal Ministry of Works and the contractor for a meeting with the lawmakers on Tuesday. During the investigative hearing, the lawmakers requested the representatives of the Ministry of Works to explain the…
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Umahi Decries Poor East-West Road Construction, Orders Immediate Suspension

Umahi Decries Poor East-West Road Construction, Orders Immediate Suspension

Umahi Decries Poor East-West Road Construction, Orders Immediate Suspension The Minister of Works, Dave Umahi, has passed a vote of no confidence in the contractors handling the East-West Road project. During an inspection of the road on Wednesday, Umahi lamented the state of the road despite the N71 billion sunk into its rehabilitation by the Federal Government. He said, "Let me pass a vote of no confidence in this road. I wouldn't certify anything on this road. The road has completely failed and it is totally not acceptable to us. "The worst is that we have seen the places we…
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SOS To Dr. Alex Otti And The New Abia Government To Urgently Re-establish Road Links Between Ohafia And Arochukwu LGAs – By Dr. Engr. Odo Ijere

SOS To Dr. Alex Otti And The New Abia Government To Urgently Re-establish Road Links Between Ohafia And Arochukwu LGAs – By Dr. Engr. Odo Ijere

AN SOS TO DR. ALEX OTTI AND THE NEW ABIA GOVERNMENT TO URGENTLY REESTABLISH ROAD LINKS BETWEEN OHAFIA AND AROCHUKWU LGAS. Let me first felicitate with Abians and congratulate His Excellency, Dr. Alex Otti on the laudable milestones already achieved in 4 months of doing things differently since the departure of Ikpeazu and his gang of thieves. We have reasonably being witnessing a consistency in infrastructure improvements especially in Aba, the Enyimba city with the addition of three more roads in the list of completed roads projects this week which has taken the total tally in Aba alone to about…
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News Update: Drama As Contractor Accuses Works Ministry Of Inflating Road Project From N9 To N54 Billion

News Update: Drama As Contractor Accuses Works Ministry Of Inflating Road Project From N9 To N54 Billion

NEWS Update:Drama As Contractor Accuses Works Ministry Of Inflating Road Project From N9b To 54 Billion AttNews gathered that Drama ensued at the House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee investigative hearing on Thursday as a construction company, DC Engineering Limited accused officials of the Federal Ministry of Works of inflating a road contract from N9.8 billion to N54.3 billion. Canadian Companies Offering Jobs with SponsorshipsSign UP get Free 600N600N Free Bonus for New MemberFree 600N for Sign UPConstruction and rehabilitation of 41-kilometre Ijebu-Igbo Ita Ibadan Road has been halted for over five years after its award of contract and became a…
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Why We Adopted The Rigid-Pavement Technology At Cemetery Road, Aba – Otti

Why We Adopted The Rigid-Pavement Technology At Cemetery Road, Aba – Otti

WHY WE ADOPTED THE RIGID-PAVEMENT TECHNOLOGY AT CEMETERY ROAD - OTTI Governor Otti while deliberating on Road project matters with the Minister of works HE Dave umahi gave a hint on why the rigid-pavement technology was preferrable at cemetery road, Aba. He said "The very impassable cemetery road leading to cemetery market that has remained there for 20years would soon be completed and interestingly, we are also using the rigid pavement because we saw that the place is naturally swampy,and anything u do there it would wash away over time, then we chose to employ that method and i can…
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“No Civil Servant Has The Capacity To Frustrate Me. You Can’t Keep My File In Your Office For Two Hours”- Sen. Engr David Umahi(CON), Minister Of Works

“No Civil Servant Has The Capacity To Frustrate Me. You Can’t Keep My File In Your Office For Two Hours”- Sen. Engr David Umahi(CON), Minister Of Works

Breaking 💥 Minister of Works, Sen. Engr David Umahi (CON), has urged civil servants to key into his agenda of providing quality infrastructure for the country, warning that no civil servant has capacity to frustrate his efforts. The minister, who warned that his file should not spend more than two hours on the table of any official of the ministry, said he was determined to instill discipline and hard work in the system. He said, “No civil servant has the capacity to frustrate me. You can’t keep my file in your office for two hours. You can’t try it,” stressing…
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