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Governor Ortom Eyes Erosion Free Makurdi As Raining Season Returns



By Akume Raphael, Makurdi

Benue state governor Samuel Ortom has reiterated his administration commitment of having erosion free state capital as the rains returns.

It no longer news that Makurdi the Benue state capital always have it fair share of flooding that destroys property and desplaces thousands during the raining season.

The Principal special assistant on Project monitoring to the executive Governor, Iyua Agega who went round some of the ongoing and completed ecological projects express happiness that the state will not experience the usual flooding like in the past years.

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Some of the projects visited include, the completed Atoato Girgi road and erosion control project at judges quarters, Makurdi. The team in company of Engr. Sunday Ibu, from the ministry of water resources visited some ongoing erosion projects in the makurdi metropolitan areas.

The Road linking community secondary school, Gordon Esa street linking Bem hotel, North bank area of court 5, among other projects of the Governor were visited by the project monitoring team headed by the PSA Agega

Having a media chat with newsmen after the tour, the PSA who was in high spirit said sooner than it is expected, the ongoing projects will be completed before the rains returns fully.

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The PSA encouraged the contractors who to him are already doing a wonderful job to keep up the good work and complete the projects on or before the scheduled time frame.

“Governor Samuel Ortom has zero tolerance to protect abandonment” the PSA added.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.



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