CONTRACTORS GET MARCHING ORDERS TO RETURN TO SITES

The contractors handling the ongoing rehabilitation of Waterworks in Lafiagi and Zambufu, Edu Local Government Area of Kwara State, have been given marching orders to return to sites with immediate effect, to complete the water projects with a view to ensuring quick service delivery in the two communities.

The State Commissioner for Water Resources, Hon. Usman Yunusa Lade gave the directives yesterday, when he paid an assessment visits to the two projects sites.

Hon. Lade, who expressed displeasure at the level of work done in the two sites, warned the concerned contractors to respect the terms of the contract agreement and deliver good work to the state government.

The Commissioner reiterated the state government's commitment to providing the people of the state with potable water supply to justify government's huge investment in the water sector across the state.

Lade emphasized that the state government will not accept any shoddy job from any contractor, warning that it is no longer business as usual.

The waterworks operator at Lafiagi, Usman Issah, who conducted the Commissioner round the facilities, briefed him on the challenges being faced.


He appealed to the state government to assist in solving some of the challenges, especially the epileptic power outage in the area.

Earlier, the Commissioner and his team had taken time to pay royal homage to the Emir of Lafiagi, Alhaji Kudu Kawu, in his Palace before proceeding to the project sites. 

Adewoye Abosede Oluwatosin
Assistant Press Secretary
MWR

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