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We embark on Projects With Direct Impart on People, Says Bayelsa Works Commissioner

We embark on Projects With Direct Impart on People, Says Bayelsa Works Commissioner

We embark on Projects With Direct Impart on People, Says Bayelsa Works Commissioner

We embark on Projects With Direct Impart on People, Says Bayelsa Works Commissioner

The Bayelsa state Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, ESV Moses Tebowei has stressed that the projects embarked upon by the prosperity administration under the leadership of Governor Douye Diri are carefully chosen to ensure that these projects have positive impart on the people that resides where they are sited.

ESV Tebowei Moses stated this while speaking with members of the United Correspondents Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists in Yenagoa.

ESV Tebowei further pointed out that the contractor handling Sagbama Ekeremor road have been paid over N5 billion for the laying of asphalt on the road coupled with the construction of five bridges, adding that over N5 billion had also been paid for the Yenagoa/Oporoma road to ensure their speedy completion.

The Works and Infrastructure Commissioner also noted that several internal roads have been constructed within Yenagoa the state capital, emphasizing that all of these projects among others have direct and positive impact on Bayelsans and others residing in the state.

He explained that Gov. Douye Diri is passionate about the completion of these projects in record time, reiterating that the prosperity administration is poised to bring concrete and tangible development to the doorstep of most of the communities in the state.

According to him, this informed the reason why the contractor handling the Nembe/Brass road have been mobilized to site which, when completed would provide a major link road along the coastal communities in the Bayelsa East Senatorial district of the state.

We embark on Projects With Direct Impart on People, Says Bayelsa Works Commissioner
Esv Moses Tebowei with members of the United Correspondent Chapel of NUJ, Bayelsa State Council

Earlier, the Chairman of United Correspondents Chapel said that members of the chapel came to the office of the commissioner in order to get first hand information about the completed and ongoing projects accross the state with the aim of informing Bayelsans in particular and other Nigerians in general about the developmental strides the state government has recorded since the inception of the administration.

We embark on Projects With Direct Impart on People, Says Bayelsa Works Commissioner

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