Okowa Assures On Completion Of Ayakoromo Bridge

DELTA State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has assured the people of Burutu Local Government of his administration’s determination to complete the Ayakoromo bridge linking Burutu, Bomadi and Ughelli South Local Government Areas.

Governor Okowa who gave the assurance in Burutu during the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Local Government Elections campaign flag off, said that enough funds have been provided in the 2018 Budget to ensure that work is completed according to schedule and specifications.

“We have heard so much about the Ayakoromo bridge and because of the importance of the bridge to the people of the area, we have provided the sum of N1bn for the bridge in the 2018 budget and I can assure you that the contractor will resume work immediately.”

The Governor stated at the well-attended rally, that the state government was also working on other road projects in the riverine areas including the 18.7km roads in Ogulaha, Obotobe I & II, Sokebolo and Yokri roads and Burutu Internal Roads to ease movements within the oil producing communities.

While expressing concern about the lack of electricity in Burutu town, Senator Okowa said, “we feel the pains of our brothers and sisters who suffer lack of electricity here, because we are a listening government, I have directed the Commissioner for Power and Energy, Barr Newworld Safugha to work out cost estimates and advise government on the most cost-effective way to connect the community to the National Grid.”

He urged the candidates of the party to work hard in their campaigns to ensure victory while urging them to reside with the people after their emergence “so that they can provide effective representation for their people.”

Governor Okowa specifically commended the people for turning out in their large numbers for the campaign rally despite the riverine terrain stating that the crowd of party faithful was a clear evidence that the PDP was strong in the area.

Chairman of the party in the state, Barr. Kingsley Esiso thanked the leaders of the party in the area and called for a more united party ahead of the January 6th Local Government Council Elections in the State.

Leaders of the party in the area who also spoke including Deputy Governor Barr. Kingsley Otuaro, Hon. Julius Pondi, Wing Comr. Peter Biakpara, Hon Tam Brisibe, Hon. Daniel Yingi, Kennedy Daubry, Hon. Asupa Forteta, Hon Frank Enekorogha, Hon. Funkekeme Solomon, Chief J.T. Government among others, stated that the mammoth crowd of supporters at the venue is an indication that the people of Burutu will vote massively for the party candidates in the January 6, 2018, local government elections.

Earlier, Chairman of the party in the Local government Hon. Ebike Oromoni thanked Governor Okowa for the projects going on in all the Wards in Burutu local government particularly the Ayakoromo bridge which the sum of N1bn has been provided for in the 2018 budget.

Uduophori Community Applauds Okowa Over Road Project

The People of Uduophori community, in Patani Local Government Area of Delta State, have applauded Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, for wiping their tears with the construction and commissioning of the only access road to the community.

Governor Okowa, it would be recalled on inspection in 2016, expressed dissatisfaction over the shoddy job being executed by the contractor handling the road project.

Speaking to newsmen, Mr. Okoro Oghenevwegba said, “The construction of the Uduophori road by the Okowa led government is a project that has wiped tears from the eyes of those dwelling in the community.

“The Delta State Governor as a politician has harkened to the cries of the people, he has put smiles on their faces through the construction and commissioning.”

According to him, the community has made every move possible to make this project happen since the creation of Patani Local Government Area, all to no avail.

Oghenevwegba, a councillorship candidate under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who said that the people of Uduophori community will remain forever grateful to the governor, promised that they would reciprocate the gesture by sustaining their support for him.

“Today is a great day in Uduophori community because we have not witnessed such a thing before. We owe the governor prayers, and massive support come 2019,” he said.

On his vying for the councillorship seat, he promised to justify the confidence reposed in him if elected, as development of the community will be his topmost priority.

Okowa Calls For Establishment Of Agro-Based Industries

DELTA State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has said individuals should be encouraged to set up agro-based industries to encourage farmers.

According to the Governor, with the rate Nigerians have gone into farming, it is important for agro-based industries to be established to encourage the farmers to increase their yields through the industries.

The Governor made the call during a Town Hall meeting with the people of Patani Local Government Area at Patani.

He lauded the way Deltans, in particular, have embraced agriculture, observing that with different successes recorded by beneficiaries of his administration’s empowerment programmes in agriculture, it has become important for agro-based industries to be established.

“If we have small industries in relation to what we produce, it will help us to increase our production, preserve what we have produced and make it more acceptable to the consumers which will boost our socio-economic status as farmers,” the Governor said.

He emphasized, “as a government, we will encourage individuals to set up agro-based industries in areas we have economies of scale.”

The Governor who commended the commitment of farmers to make Delta State the food basket of the nation urged the farmers to organize themselves into cooperative societies to enable them to benefit from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) sponsored Anchor-borrowers programme.

He disclosed that Deltans did not benefit much from the programme because of low awareness, and called on the farmers to also, liaise with relevant agencies to ensure that they benefit from the programme and used the occasion to inform the people that the free child and maternal health care programme of his administration is on course.

“We have free maternal and healthcare programme for children under five, we have also launched Contributory Health Insurance Scheme that will capture all Deltans, the health of Deltans is of great concern to my administration and with the insurance scheme, there will be affordable and quality health care for our people,” the Governor said.

Answering questions as it concerns clock-in and clock-out biometric exercise for local government councils’ workers, the Governor said, it was not a punitive measure but to ensure that only those are paid salaries are true workers.

“It is not a punishment, it is not going to be forever but, if it is effective for three months, we will be able to identify true civil servants because, it will be difficult for you to work elsewhere and also, work in the civil service,” he said.

Earlier, Chairman of the local government council, Mrs Josephine Abeki had in an address, said, “your (Governor Okowa’s) SMART Agenda which is putting smiles on the faces of the good people of Delta State is clearly seen by all in the various appointments and empowerment of indigenes from the local government area in your (Governor Okowa’s) government.”

Okowa Takes Road Projects To More Rural Communities

IN line with his administration’s commitment to providing road infrastructure, Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has commissioned the Kwale/Ogume/Amai/Obiaruku Road in Ndokwa West Local Government Area of Delta State.

The Governor who was inspecting and commissioning projects executed by his administration, also, commissioned the Uduophori and Kabowei roads in Patani Local Government Area, also in Delta State.

Governor Okowa who commissioned the projects with the people of the areas coming out in their large numbers to appreciate the quality of work done on the projects assured the people of the commitment of his administration to delivering people-oriented projects.

At Kwale where he commissioned the Kwale/Ogume/Amai/Obiaruku Road, Governor Okowa commended the peaceful disposition of the people which ensured that projects were executed without hitches.

He assured the people of his administration’s commitment to deliver dividends of democracy while at Uduophori and Patani where he commissioned the Uduophori and Kabowei roads respectively in Patani Local Government Area of the State, Governor Okowa said, his administration will not relent in ensuring that the desire of the people are met in line with democratic tenets.

The Governor witnessed a unique scene on his way to Uduophori as the people of Uto-Ewu, Assa, Etefe, Omafuvwie and Edjekuo communities came out to thank him for what he is doing for Deltans and appealed to the Governor to extend such gesture to their communities.

Governor Okowa on the spot asked the Commissioner for Works to find out what it will take to construct the road, stating that his administration will continue to run an open-door policy accessible to the people and provide for the people as democracy dictates.

Spokesman of the communities, Mr. Jerry Opharomavuo had said they were aware of the developmental strides of the Governor in different parts of the state and appealed for the Construction of roads to their communities.

In a related development, Governor Okowa has assured the people of Utagba-Ogbe of the Construction of the Eke Market.

The Governor gave the assurance when he paid a courtesy visit on the Oduosa of Utagba-Ogbe, HRM Isaac Obi.

Governor Okowa who identified with the people, especially, traders for their displacement following plans by the local government council to construct a modern market that has not materialized over the years, stated that his administration will work towards constructing the market.

He also, disclosed that the people will soon have an uninterrupted power supply when an Independent Power Plant (IPP) is completed in Okpai, assuring that there will be step down of electricity in Okpai and Kwale respectively.

The Oduosa who spoke through Chief Dennis Ejechi, had commended the Governor for the numerous roads constructed in the area and appealed to the Governor to construct a bridge across the Ase Creek and also, construct the Eke Market which has been under construction for some years.

Governor Okowa also paid a courtesy visit to the Pere of Kabowei Kingdom.

Okowa’s Visit To Ndokwa West, Patani Now Friday, Saturday 

The Town Hall meetings, inspection and commissioning of projects by the Governor of Delta State, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, in Ndokwa West and Patani Local Government Areas earlier scheduled to hold on October 24 and  October 25 will now take place on Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21, 2017.

A statement signed by the state Commissioner for Information and Chairman  for the organising committee of the event, Mr. Patrick Ukah, disclosed that the Governor and his entourage will pay courtesy visits to the palaces of the Oduosa of Utagba-Ogbe Kingdom and the Pere of Tabowei Kingdom, inspect ongoing projects as well as commission completed ones on the first day of the visit.

On the second day, the Governor will hold Town Hall meetings with persons drawn from different groups in the areas. During the meetings, he will give his score card and allow people to react and ask questions.

The statement regrets any inconveniences the shift in date would have caused.

The Governor and his entourage visited Udu and Okpe Local Government Areas on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Town Hall Meetings, Inspection, Commissioning Of Projects To Resume On Tuesday

The second phase of the Town Hall meetings and inspection and commissioning of projects by the Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, will begin on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.

A statement signed by the state Commissioner for Information and Chairman of the organising committee of the event, Mr. Patrick Ukah, disclosed that the Governor and his entourage will be in Udu and Okpe Local Government Areas on October 17 and 18, while it will be the turn of Ndokwa West and Patani Local Government Areas on October 24 and 25.

The statement explained that the Governor will pay courtesy visits on some traditional rulers in the areas on the first day of the visits, inspect ongoing projects as well as commission completed ones.

On the second day, the Governor will hold Town Hall meetings with persons drawn from different groups in the state. During the meetings, he will give his scorecard and allow people to react and ask questions.

It will be recalled that eleven Local Government Areas were visited during the first phase of the activity. There are Isoko North, Isoko South, Sapele, Ethiope West, Aniocha North, Aniocha South, Oshimili South,  Oshimili North, Ika South,  Ughelli South and Uwvie.

Some Road Projects Carried Out By The Okowa Administration

ANIOCHA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Construction of Issele-Uku/Onicha-Uku/Ugbodu/Ukwu-Nzu/Obomkpa/Idumu-Ogo Road, Phase I: completion of the 6.65kilonetre length from Idumu-ugo to Obomkpa in Aniocha North Local Government Area Ongoing

2 Continuation of the Construction of Issele-Uku/Onicha-Uku/Ugbodu/Ukwunzu/Obomkpa/Idumu-Ogo Road: Completion of Phase II of the Contract (2.43Km Length from Onicha-Uku to Ukwu-Nzu) in Aniocha North L.G.A. Ongoing

3 Rehabilitation of Isele-Uku Main Access Road from Benin/Asaba Federal Highway with an Extension to Obi Palace Junction on Market Road in Isele-Uku town. Completed

4 Construction of Idumuje-Ugboko/Idumuje-Unor Road in Aniocha North LGA Ongoing

ANIOCHA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Completion of the Construction Of Ogwashi-uku/Ubulu-Unor Road Ongoing

2 Continuation of the Construction of Onicha-Ugbo/Ubulu-Uku Road with a Spur to Knowledge Centre, Onicha-Ugbo; Phase I: From the Expressway Junction to yje Knowledge Centre including Internal Roads within the Centre (2.157km) Ongoing

3 Rehabilitation/Asphallt Overlay of Nsukwa/Ejeme-Aniogor/Agbor-Alidinma/Owa-Alidinma/Ndemili Road in Aniocha south, Ndokwa West, Ika South and Ika North East L.G.A. Ongoing

IKA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Construction of Abavo Circular Road, Abavo, Phase I: 5.26km length inclusive of the spur to Ogbekile Street, Ika South LGA Ongoing

2 Construction of Agbor Alidinma – Obiduhon Road, Ika South LGA Ongoing

3 Construction of Idumu-Oza/Aliagu/Oki RoadL in Ika South LGA Ongoing

4 Construction of Odion/Odi/Igunbor and Ewere Street in Ika South LGA Completed

5 Construction of Idumu Ugboh Street with a Spur of 113metres to Godwin Emefiele Close, Agbor in Ika South LGA Completed

6 Construction of the middle section of Alisimie/Oza-Nogogo Road in IKa South Local Government Area Completed

7 Construction of Upper Imudia/ Dr. White Street, Agbor in Ika South LGA Completed

8 Rehabilitation of failed sections on Agbor/Abavo, Umutu-Eku Road (from College Junction to Agbor to Eku Junction). Completed

9 Construction of Orikeze Street with a Spur to Orikeze Close in Ika South Local Government Area Completed

IKA NORTH EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Construction of Owa-Aladinma Road in Ika North East LGA Completed

2 Reconstruction of Owa-Alero/Ute-Okpu Road (from Flyover to Ute-Okpu Roundabout) in Ika North East LGA Completed

3 Rehabilitation of Old Abraka Road (from Traffic Light to Powerline), Owa in Ika North East LGA Completed

4 Dualisation of Owa-Ekei-Owa-Alero Road (from Old Lagos/Asaba Road to Owa Alero Roundabout) in Ika North East LGA On-going

5 Construction of Onyeacholem Street with a spur to Onyeacholem Close (From Morka Street to Abraka Road), Owa in Ika North East Local Government Area Completed

6 Completion of the construction of Palace Road, Owa-Oyibu in Ika North-East Local Government Area Completed 

7 Construction of Ikokogbe/Idumizomor Road, Owa-Oyibu in Ika North East Local Government Area Completed

8 Construction of Edwin/Ikechukwu Roads, Owanta/Aliosimi in Ika North East LGA Completed

9 Construction of Ogala-Chuwkuemeke Street with a Spur to Orolua Close, Word of Faith Street and Kingsley Street, Owa in Ika North-East LGA Completed

11 Construction of Access Road to Ani-ikpeku, (Palace Road) Igbodo Completed

12 Construction of Ndobu Road, Off Palace Road, Igbodo (Phase I) in Ika North East LGA Completed

13 Construction of Word of Faith Street, Owa in Ika North East LGA Completed

14 Rehabilitation & Asphalt Overlay of Umunede/Otolokpo/Ute-Okpu/Ekuku-Agbor/Ndemili/Obeti/Umutu Road in Ika North East, Ika South, Ndokwa West & Ukwuani L.G.A. On-going

15 Construction of drainage along Edwin/Ikechukwu Street, Boji-Boji Owa in Ika North East LGA Completed

16 Construction of the Extention of Ikokogbe-Idumuizomor-Palace road, Owa-Oyibu. Completed

17 Dualization of Old Lagos/Asaba Road from Emuhu Junction to Agbor-Obi Junction. On-going

18 Construction of Agboma-Mokpia Street, Owa-Alero On-going

19 Construction of Melekwe St, Owa. Completed

20 Construction of Mbiri Township Roads, Mbiri. On-going

21 Construction of Asiwe Lane,Okubor Street and Obiagbena Lane, all in Owanta On-going

OSHIMILI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Construction of Obi Okolotu/Anthony Street with access from Maduemezie Street, Asaba in Oshimili South LGA Completed

2 Construction of Usonia Street in Asaba Completed

3 Dualization of Nnebisi Road (from Traffic Light Junction to Cable Point), Asaba Completed

4 Supply and Replacement of Stolen Transformers and Installation of Approach Lights at the Runway 11 End at Asaba Airport. On-going

5 Rehabilitation of Roundabout at Nnebisi/Okpanam/Anwai Roads and Dr. Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan Way Intersection, Asaba (Section II) Completed

6 Rehabilitation of Roundabout at Nnebisi/Okpanam/Anwai Roads and Dr. Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan Way Intersection, Asaba (Section I) Completed

7 Construction of Esenwa Street, Access Road to Christ Embassy Church, road Maduemezie Street, Asaba.and extention and Access Road to the Orthopedic/ Surgical Wards and Doctors Quarters (FMC) Asaba Completed 

8 Construction of Discharge Channel at Ibori Golf Course, Asaba Completed

9 Rehabilitation Works on Asaba International Airport On-going

10 Consultancy Services for the Rehabilitation of Asaba On-going

11 International Airport Runway and Taxiways On-going

12 Dualization of Ughelli/Asaba Road, [Sector A] On-going

13 Dualization of Asaba/Okpanam Road,[ Sector 11] On-going

14 Continuation and Completion of the Construction of Storm Water Control Measures in DLA/Jesus Saves Corridor, Asaba On-going

OSHIMILI NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Construction of Ogbani Road (Circular Road) and the Completion of Hezua Road Phase I, Akwukwu-Igbo Completed

2 Construction of Council Road, Akwukwu-Igbo Completed

3 Construction of Joseph Ebolo/Madona School Rd, On-going

NDOKWA EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Rehabilitation/Widening of Access Road to Beneku Community in Ndokwa East LGA On-going

2 Reconstruction of Entrance Road to Iselegu Town. [Phase 1] On-going

NDOKWA WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Construction/Reconstruction of Kwale Township Roads in Ndokwa West Local Government Area. On-going

2 Continuation of the Reconstruction of Amai/Ezionum/Abbi Road: Completion of Phase III of the project (3.75km Length between Ezionum and Abbi in Ukwuani and Ndokwa West L.G.A. On-going

3 Rehabilitation of Kwale-Ogume-Amai-Obiaruku road asphalt overlay of an 11.1 kilometre section Completed

WARRI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Reconstruction of Ubeji Access Road (from NPA Road Interchange to Trans-Warri Junction) in Warri South LGA. On-going

2 Construction of Okere-Urhobo Community Road in Warri South L.G. Completed

3 Rehabilitation of Esisi Road and Marapo (Swamp) Road both in Warri South Local Government Area.

Construction of Dederu/Ejiyere/Akemu Streets. Completed.

4 Construction of Trans-Warri –Ode-Itsekiri Bridges and Access road, Phase 1, Sector 1, Ubeji to Ode-Itsekiri Roundabout with Spurs to Ijala, Ugbodede, Orugbo and Ajigba-Inorin-Usele Communities and Section 11 [111] Ode-Itsekiri. On-going

5 Rehabilitation of NPA Bye pass Road (From New Port Gate to Old Port Gate), Including 600m Length from NPA Gate to the Ugwuwangwe Market Along NPA Expressway and 150m Length Along NPA to Airport Road Bye Pass, Warri Completed

6 Reconstruction of Ugborikoko/Polokor  market/Okere road On-going

7 Construction of Hon Frank Omare Crescent, Okunagba Layout, Warri On-going

WARRI SOUTH WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Construction of Main Axial Road, Okerenkoko On-going

2 Construction Oporoza Palace Road in Warri South West Local Government Area. On-going

3 Re-inforced Concrete Ridge Pavement Road at Olritobon-Elolo-Ajaokurogbo-Orubu Road, Ogidegben. Ongoing

WARRI NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Construction of Access Road to Awaritse Industrial Park (Phase I) Obitugbo in Warri North L.G.A Completed

2 Reconstruction of the Korobe Road, Koko. On-going.

3 Construction of Lucky Kpenosen Road, Koko. On-going.

4 Completion of the Construction of Iwere College Road, Koko. On-going.

ISOKO SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Construction of Drains/Retaining Wall Old Emede Road/Emede-Olomoro Junction Oleh in Isoko South Local Government Area. On-going

2 Construction of Ikpide-Irri township Roads in Isoko South Local Government Area. Completed

3 Reconstruction/Expansion/Construction of Kefas Road/Old Emede Road/Uzere Junction, Oleh. Completed

ISOKO NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Widening/Reconstruction Of Owhelogbo/Abbi Road in Isoko North And Ndokwa West Local Government Areas. On-going

2 Rehabilitation and Asphalt Overlay of Old Ozoro/Oleh Road in Isoko North and South L.G.A. Completed

3 Construction of Anglican Diocese Grammar School Road, Uzuobe Street and Rehabilitation/ Overlay of Township Roads, Iyede. On-going.

4 Construction of Aradhe/Ellu Old Road [Phase 11] from the Ughelli/Asaba Expressway to Aradhe. On-going

UDU LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Clearing of Adjoining Forest Areas Along Aladja/Ogbe-Ijoh Road, in Udu and Warri South West L.G.A. On-going

2 Reconstruction of Ovwian Main Road, off Udu. Completed

  PATANI LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Construction of Uduophori (Bomadi/Ohoro Junction)/Toru-Angiama/Toru-Apelebiri/Patani Road (Phase II) Completed

  UGHELLI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Construction of Oviri-Olomu/Egodor in Ughelli South and Burutu L.G.A. On-going

2 Rehabilitation/Resealing of Okpare-Umolo-Ovwodokpokpor-kiagbodo Road. Completed

3 Reconstruction of failed Portion of Ewhu-Orere Road and Construction of Etage street, Ewhu. On-going

4 Rehabilitation of Ekakpare/Usiefurun/Orhunworun Road. On-going

5 Construction of Ovwor/Effurun-Otor Bridge and Access Road. On-going

6 Construction of Oviri-Olomu-Egodor Road. On-going

7 Rehabilitation & Resealing of Otu-Jeremi/Okwagbe Road in Ughelli South L.G.A. Completed

8 Construction of Okpe-Olomu/Umolo Road, Phase 1 from Okpe Olomu to Olomu secondary school, Otorere Completed

  UGHELLI NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Reconstruction of Oteri Township road, Ughelli. Completed

2 Rehabilitation/Maintenance of Various Link Roads to Agbarha. Completed

3 Resurfaing of Ughelli-Agbarha Road in Ughelli North Local Government Area Ch 1 + 707 – Ch 6 + 361 (Phase one) Completed

4 Construction of Royal Avenue and Prince Eric Drive, Ughelli. On-going

5 Construction of Oseri/Ayovoriemu Street with a Spur to Justice Marshall Umukoro Street, Ekiugbo. On-going

6 Construction of Oritsejobor Street, Dr Steve Oru Street, Dr Steve Or Close, Okpedjiko Street Extension and Rehabilitation of Okpodjiko Access Road, Ughelli. On-going

7 Construction of Ughelli- Afiesere-Ofuoma Road. On-going

8 Rehabilitation and Asphalt Overlay of Ekreravwe/Orhoakpor/Isiokolo Road, in ughelli North and Ethiope East. On-going

9 Construction of Ovwor/Effurun Otor Bridge and Access Roads in Ughelli South L.G.A. On-going

  SAPELE LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Aragba/Okobia/Okwetolor/Okuagbude/Warri-Sapele Junction. On-going

2 Construction of Adeola Road/New Ogorode Road Junction, Sapele. Completed

3 Rehabilitation and overlay of Ogaga Road and Construction of spur to Rev. Atufe Oyibo Close, Amukpe Sapele LGA. Completed

4 Rehabilitation of Warri – Sapele Expressway at Ch 6 + 500 and at Ch 1 + 100 from Effurun Roundabout. Completed

5 Construction of Edegbrode-Elume Road in Sapele Local Government Area. On-going

6 Dualization of Sapele Road from Amukpe Roundabout by Sapele/Warri Expressway to AT & P Roundabout Sapele in Sapele Local Government Area. On-going

7 Construction of Ikoyo Avenue [Obule school road] off Shell road, Sapele. Completed

8 Construction of Hon Joyce Overah Street, off Dedevwo Road, Gana to link Otuedor Street, Ugberikoko Road, Sapele. On-going

  ETHIOPE EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Construction of Okurekpo/Okunor-Okpara/Onuname-Samagidi Road, Phase I from Okurekpo to Okoruah. On-going

2 Construction of Access road and Parking  Lot at the Palace of Ovie of Agbon kingdom at Isiokolo. Completed.

ETHIOPE WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Construction of Oghara Township Roads (phase6): Golley Street and Ugbevwie Road in Ethiope West L.G.A. On-going

2 Rehabilitation of Failed Sections of Link Road from Oghara to Koko / Ugbenu Highway in Ethiope West Local Government Area. On-going

3 Construction of Oghara Township Roads (phase 6): Golley Street and Ugbevwie Road in Ethiope West L.G.A. On going

4 Exapansion/Rehabilitation of sections Oghara Junction to Otefe Junction in Ethiope West. Completed

5 Dualization of Access Road to Jesse. On-going

6 Rehabilitation of Abraka Township Road, [Phase 1] On-going

  UVWIE LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Expansion and Upgrading of Tankers Park, Ekpan; Reconstruction of Ugborikoko/Polokor  Market / Okere Road, Uvwei L.G.A. On-going

2 Construction of Ugbomro Road (Section I: Between DSC Expressway and the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Junction) in Uvwie Local Government Area. On-going

3 Reconstruction of Obodo Avenue Road (Old Berger Road) Shaguolo Area, off WRPC, Ekpan. Completed

4 Maintenance of Roads in Effurun, Uvwie Local Government Area Completed

5 Construction of Group Medical and City of Gods road and Overlay of entrance at Mosheshe Estate, Effurun. Completed

6 Widening of Warri-Sapele road Phase 1 from Effurun Roundabout to Enerhen Juction [BRT] Project. On-going

7 Dualization of Effurun/Osubi/Eku Road,[ Sector A]. On-going

  OKPE LOCAL GOVERNMENT  

1 Construction of Ejinyere/Orodje Streets Orerokpe, Okpe L.G.A Completed

2 Construction of Onomigbo Street, Orerokpe, Okpe L.G.A Completed

3 Construction of Okuvo-Kpokpogri-Opuraja/Iriama Junction Road in Okpe L.G.A Completed

4 Rehabilitation of Jeddo Ughoton Road and Construction of Access Road to Eagles Height University. On-going

5 Construction of Old Okpe road from Jeddo to Ohorhe with a spur to Egborode town. On-going

6 Rehabilitation of Ugbokodo road from Jeddo-Ughoton road junction to the market.  On-going

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

A new traditional ruler has been installed in Kabowei Kingdom, in Patani Local Government Area of Delta State, on the 16th August, 2017.

The official traditional installation of Barrister Shadrack Peremobowei Erebulu as the Aduo the Third was conducted by the Peretua-owei of Kabowei Kingdom, Chief Edward Biribebe Peter.

The new Royal Highness was installed after two years six months of the passing on of his father, His Royal Majesty Lucky Meshach Erebulu Aduo II.

His Royal Majesty, (Barr) Shadrach Peremobowei Erebulu is the youngest traditional ruler in the kingdom out of the five and third in the Aduo dynasty at the age of 30 years.

Until his installation, he was a Supervisory Councillor of works in the Local Government Executive Council.

The installation was witnessed by the regent council, the Opuokosuwei of the Kingdom, Pa. Moniman, Bomabebe, Chiefs, eminent politicians and community leaders from around the Local Government Area.

Highlight of the occasion were cultural display and traditional music band which entertained the guests