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Bayelsa: Meet project completion deadlines, Tarabina urges Contractors

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The chairman of the directorate for project monitoring and evaluation, Engr. Ebiye Tarabina has charged contractors handling Government projects to redouble their efforts to meet completion deadline.

Engr. Tarabina made the call while inspecting some ongoing legacy projects in the state on Tuesday May 11, 2021.

The chairman inspected the Igbogene /Tombia road project and commended the contractor handling the project for the speed and quality of work achieved on the project.

He particularly expressed delight with the level of work done on the Yenagoa /Oporoma road project, however urged the contractor to increase the pace for the timely completion of the project.

The project monitoring boss said the Douye Diri led administration was fully committed to the completion of all ongoing projects in the state, urged bayelsan to continually give their unalloyed support to the prosperity Government for the common good of the people of the state.

He said construction work on the projects are advancing at a commendable speed because of the commitment of the Government to provide critical infrastructure for the good people of the state.

He assured Bayelsans that the specifications and scope of the projects will not be altered as the directorate will spare no effort in ensuring that contractors executes their contact jobs in line with contractual agreements.

The site manager , CCECC, the company handling the Yenagoa /Oporoma road project Henry Zhang appreciated the Government for the project , adding that with the determination of the present administration, the project will be completed on record time.

Other ongoing projects inspected by the team includes the Igbedi Road, AIT/ Igbogene road and the Elebele Bridge.

The chairman was accompanied by members of the board, heads of department, engineers news men and support staff of the directorate.

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