I will Continue Working till my Last Minute in Office - Obi

By Mazi Odera

Governor Peter Obi said that he would continue working till his last minutes in office. He said this during the inspection of the on-going projects in the State. Inspecting the Nsugbe road, the Governor expressed satisfaction with the pace and quality of work meant to link both sides of Nsugbe Community. Governor Obi said the road would officially be flagged off within one week as the contractor has already done appreciable level of work.

He explained that government decided to embark on the project which has a bridge and would require breaking through the hills and difficult terrain to give the people direct access route.

Meanwhile, the State Government will support the completion of the multi-million Naira Holy Rosary Secondary School, Nsugbe belonging to the congregation of the missionary Sister of the Holy Rosary. Governor Obi, who pledged the assistance after inspecting the project, noted that the congregation has already invested over sixty million Naira of their own fund on the project and deserved to be assisted by the State government.

He explained that this was in line with the policy of the government to support any organization, group or associations that invest in the State. The Governor noted that when completed, children of the State would be the major beneficiary of the school and expressed satisfaction that promotion of functional and qualitative education has expunged magic centres and other malpractices in the State school system.

Addressing the people of the community later, Governor Obi assured that the road project would be completed on schedule to give the people access to various parts of the town without difficulty and charged the contractor to deliver according to specifications.