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Delta Office of Project Implementation/Evaluation Begins Monitoring of Projects

By Vincent Anikwushe, Asaba



The Delta State Office of Project Implementation and Evaluation has commenced the inspection and monitoring of projects with a visit to the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Issele-Uku, Aniocha North Local Government Area where four blocks of staff quarters and toilet facilities are being constructed.

The monitoring team, led by the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Project Monitoring, Engr. Daniel Osaai also visited the State Traditional Rulers Council Secretariat and the High Court Complex under construction in Asaba.

At the NYSC blocks of twin 3 bedroom flats project, Engr. Ossai, who called on contractors handling various government projects across the state to ensure quality execution of such projects, expressed satisfaction with the progress of work.

He, however told the contractor to put finishing touches to some parts of the staff quarters before the commissioning of the project.

Conducting the inspection team round, the site engineer of Davoris Ltd, Engr. Austin Akpoku, commended the team for the visit.

Engr. Akpoku assured that the observed lapses on the project would be addressed, disclosing that the project would be delivered on schedule.

The team appreciated the pace and quality of work at the State Traditional Rulers’ Councils Secretariat Complex and High Court Complex in Asaba, affirming that the state government would get value for the money spent on the projects.

Engr. Timothy Bernard of Tippet Nig. Ltd, the firm handling the Traditional Rulers Council Secretariat Project and Engr. Gbenga Fakokunde of Ladisgold Project Ltd, handlers of the High Court Complex, assured of their commitment to executing quality jobs that would be the pride of Deltans.

Engr. Fakokunde said the High Court Complex would be completed in March 2021, while Engr. Timothy assured that the Traditional Rulers Secretariat would be delivered in April 2020.

The monitoring team also included Engr. Andrew Obiazi, Prince Mano Edoghor, among others.

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