Shortly after Supreme Court re-affirmed his election as the governor of Imo state, Gov. Okorocha has resumed his usual daily inspection of ongoing roads and infrastructural projects in the state.
Over 400 kilometer of roads and other gigant infrastructural projects spread across the state are being embarked upon by Gov. Okorocha’s led administration.
Addressing contractors in Government House, the governor submitted that with the Supreme Court Judgment which marked the end of the unwarranted distractions mounted by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its governorship candidate, Ikedi Ohakim, his administration would now accord priority to the ongoing road projects to have them asphalted before the rain.
He charged contractors handling the road projects to show enough commitment by mobilizing more equipment to sites to ensure speedy completion of the projects.
Gov. Okorocha assured them of his encouragement by ensuring that their payments are promptly made in accordance with the terms of the contract, adding the state has enough fund in its disposal to complete all the ongoing road projects.
“Now that the distractions are over, we will ensure that all ongoing road projects are completed before the rain. On our own part, we will continue to ensure that you are well encouraged by making sure that your payments are not delayed. Imo state is rich with enough resources to complete all the ongoing road projects.
We will not fail in our promise to make Imo the best in the country.” Gov. Okorocha said.