Kindly Share This Story:By Festus Ahon – Asaba Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, yesterday said the State Government would spend N18 billion to construct six storm drainage projects as a step towards resolving the flooding problem in Warri and Uvwie areas of the state. Fielding questions from newsmen after inspecting some ongoing projects being executed by his administration in Warri South, Uvwie and Udu Local Government Areas, Okowa disclosed that two out of the six drainage projects have been awarded to CCECC Limited and Levante Construction Limits at the sum of N9.5 billion. Saying that special attention was being given to drainage challenges in the area because of the perennial flooding posed by the terrain, he While expressing appreciation to people of the area for coming out in large number to welcome him and his entourage, the Governor said the large turnout was an affirmation of the satisfaction derived from the projects being executed by his administration. ALSO READ: Decline assent to bill granting Obi retirement benefits, IMG urges Okowa Okowa said: “We are in the Warri area inspecting roads; it is an effort to ensure that we put contractors on their toes. “There are lots of more roads that are… Read full this story
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