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Contractors handling the Millennium Development Goal’s Projects in Abi Local Government Area have been commended for the pace of work at the various sites.
The Chairman of Abi Local Government Council Hon Edith Amadi gave the commendation recently when she undertook a surprise visit to project sites in the council area with a view to ascertaining the level of progress by contractors.
Hon Amadi who expressed excitement that the respective contractors have so far shown serious commitment towards delivering the projects on schedule, said that she would regularly pay unscheduled visits to project sites across the local government area as such exercise would help to keep contractors on their toes.
She frowned at the attitude of some contractors who often abandon sites over flimsy excuses even when fully mobilized while appealing that projects located especially in the rural areas which have direct bearing on the people should be handled with utmost seriousness.
The Abi LG Boss restated her administration’s determination to ensure that Abi people got the best out of her government, assuring that many more projects would be sited across the ten council wards of the local government area.
Sites visited by the Chairman include the construction of Drug Store and Cold Room located in the Council Headquarters, Itigidi being handled by Royal Touch Technologies Limited; the construction of one bedroom duplex apartment staff quarters in Itigidi being undertaken by CACEEM NIG LIMITED.
Hon Amadi also visited the construction sites of a 6 cubicle Gender Separated VIP Toilets at Community Primary School Itigidi and PCN Primary School Anong Bahumono being handled by TA-SEATA NIG LIMITED and UYIBA GLOBAL CONCEPTS NIG LIMITED respectively, as well as the site of the construction of 6 Classroom Blocks, Head Teacher Office and Computer Room also at the PCN Primary School Anong, Bahumono handled by FARTROP CO. NIG LIMITED.
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