Delta govt makes frantic efforts to develop Bonsaac, Oduke area of Asaba, assures landlords of speedy mobilization of contractors

The director general of Delta state capital territory development agency, Chief Clement Ofuani, has reassured residents of Bonsaac, Oduke districts of Asaba that roads development and general infrastructural provision and upgrade will continue to attract expedited priority attention in the Governor Ifeanyi Okowa administration in Delta state.

Speaking in Asaba at the weekend when the leadership of the association of BONSAC united landlords paid him a courtesy visit to express the gratitude of residents over the network of roads being constructed in the area, Chief Ofuani assured the landlords that the contractor handling phase two of the construction of the BONSAC roads will execute the project in line with the existing design.

Chief Ofuani further reassured that the phase 2 of BONSAC roads measuring about 1.6 kilometers with several associated in -junctions will be delivered on schedule, explaining that the payments of compensations for affected property will be duly considered and addressed.

He, however, appealed to the landlords to actively mobilize the entire residents in their districts towards active participation in the on-going political process.

He urged them to see to Nigeria working again by voting in the Peoples Democratic Party at both the federal and state levels of political authority.

He explained that this was particularly expedient for the people in the Capital Territory to continue to witness an increased tempo of development.

Members of the landlords association pledged that the only way for the residents of the area to practically express and amply demonstrate their gratitude is to give hundred percent of their votes to Senator (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa and the PDP in the forthcoming general elections.

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