IN fulfillment of his promises in making sure all the roads in the state are standard and passable before Christmas, Governor Willie Obiano has inspected the on-going work on the Mmaduaburochukwu Obiano Road, Ogbunike, which leads to Nkisi and down to the expressway.
Gov. Obiano, who was accompanied by the Commissioner of Works, Marcel Ifejiofor, the Chief of Staff to the governor, Mr Primus Odili and other top government functionaries during inspection, expressed satisfaction at the standard of on-going work at the project site.
According to Gov. Obiano, the 4.6km road will be completed by December this year. He went further to assure ndi Anambra that the state will rise from the ashes of mourning to a realm of pothole-free roads, rapid infrastructural development across the three senatorial zones of the state.
The traditional ruler of Ogbunike, Igwe John Ositadimma Umenyiora, thanked Gov. Obiano for the developmental projects sited in Ogbunike and encouraged him to remain focused and relentless in delivering good governance and infrastructural dividends to ndi Anambra.
Similarily Gov. Obiano in keeping with his promise of commencement of road infrastructure projects as soon as the rains subside, also embarked on the inspection visit to Nchekwube Onochie-Ezu River Road in Aguleri, recalled that there was a massive erosion on the road which had been solved, pledging to keep supporting the contractor to deliver the project according to specification and on schedule.
Igwe Mike Idigo of Aguleri thanked Gov. Obiano for opening access roads in the community, and expressed that the road will open up the links to other communities and ultimately to Onitsha.