Worried by the snail pace of work at the Asaba Girls Grammar School (AGGS) 450-meter road project, Delta State Commissioner for Works, Hon. Solomon Funkekeme has given the contractor handling the work two-weeks ultimatum to complete the project or face sanction.
Funkekeme also gave the contractors handling the 1.3km Marble Hill School road at Okpanam near Asaba and Madonna School road two-weeks ultimatum to go back to their project sites to avoid sanction.
The Commissioner while inspecting the AGGS road and car park (beside the Anglican church) project expressed dissatisfaction with the progress of work and ordered the contractor not to leave the project site until the road is completed.
To ensure compliance, he urged the school authority to always monitor the contractor and alert the Ministry once he leaves the project site for prompt action.
He said that no one derives joy in seeing uncompleted projects across the state, asserting that delivering of a projects is more vital than having multiple uncompleted projects every where.
At the Marble Hill School road project site, Okpanam, the Commissioner expressed dissappointment over the absence of the contractor at the project site and directed it to go back and complete the on-going project.
During the inspection of the Marble Hill School project, the Commissioner stressed the importance of introducing drainage system to curtail the menace of erosion at the project site, especially around the water ways beside the school