Legislator Urged To Complete Classroom Project At Atuma-Iga

THE people of Atuma-Iga in
Oshimili North Local Government
Area, Delta State have
called on the member representing
Oshimili North Constituency, in Delta
State House of Assembly, Hon. (Barr.)
Princess Pat Ajudua to consider as
part of her constituency projects, the
completion of the abandoned block
of extension classrooms project in
Atuma-Iga Primary School, which
started over 8 years ago at the initiative
of the former member of the State
legislature, Hon. (Dr.) Mrs. Felicia
In an interview with The Pointer, the
former president of Atuma-Iga Youths
Council, Comrade David Okonkwo
Agoke stated that the block of Extension
classrooms project had reached
the roofing level, before the expiration
of second tenure of the former
lawmaker, Hon. (Dr.) Mrs. Nwaeze,
and it has ever since remained uncompleted
and invariably abandoned
by the contractor, following the exit of
the initiator.
He noted that there is need for
continuity in government projects,
stressing that “it would be to the
credit of Hon. Princess Ajudua if she
embarks on the completion of the
classroom building project during
her tenure”, adding that it will be one
of the practical factors to support her
suitability or otherwise for further
political advancement in the local
government. Comrade Agoke also lamented over
the equally abandoned Solar-Powered
Borehole project sited at the Atuma-
Iga Town Hall, a people-oriented
project which started several years
ago, under the auspices of Chief (Hon.)
Godwin Ndudi Elumelu, former member
representing Aniocha/Oshimili
Constituency in the Federal House of
He stated that the borehole project
work had got to almost the finishing
level, except that the solar panel is yet
to be installed to facilitate the pumping
out of water from the borehole,
and the installation of water tanker
for storage purposes.
Agoke therefore urged Hon. Elumelu
to ensure the successful completion of
the project without further delay, so as
to justify the purpose of the project