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Imo: Uzodinma provides 72 hours ultimatum to highway contractors

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has given contractors dealing with some highway tasks within the state, an ultimatum to return to web site.

The governor in a press release signed by Chief Press Secretary, Oguwike Nwachukwu, ordered the contractors to return to work within the subsequent 72 hours.

Uzodinma lamented that the highway contractors absconded from web site throughout the dry season after they have been alleged to be busy fixing the roads.

The assertion learn: “We’re giving Contractors dealing with highway tasks in Imo State 72 hours to return to the location or have their contracts terminated’’.

“Governor Uzodinma frowned at a state of affairs the place contractors who had collected mobilization charges from Authorities deserted tasks.

“The motion of abandoning tasks is unjustifiable and unacceptable to the State Authorities. Dry seasons normally mark the height of highway building works.

“The affected contractors have absconded from the location within the peak of the dry season even after amassing mobilization charges from Authorities.

“It will likely be recalled that Governor Uzodinma has at each alternative emphasised that his ‘3R’ mantra of Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Restoration should be totally applied for the general good thing about Imo folks.”
Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has given contractors handling some road projects in the state, an ultimatum to return to site.

The governor in a statement signed by Chief Press Secretary, Oguwike Nwachukwu, ordered the contractors to return to work in the next 72 hours.
Uzodinma lamented that the road contractors absconded from site during the dry season when they were supposed to be busy fixing the roads.

The statement read: “We are giving Contractors handling road projects in Imo State 72 hours to return to the site or have their contracts terminated’’.
“Governor Uzodinma frowned at a situation where contractors who had collected mobilization fees from Government abandoned projects.
“The action of abandoning projects is unjustifiable and unacceptable to the State Government. Dry seasons usually mark the peak of road construction works.

“The affected contractors have absconded from the site in the peak of the dry season even after collecting mobilization fees from Government.
“It will be recalled that Governor Uzodinma has at every opportunity emphasized that his ‘3R’ mantra of Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Recovery must be fully implemented for the overall benefit of Imo people.”
Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has given contractors handling some road projects in the state, an ultimatum to return to site.

The governor in a statement signed by Chief Press Secretary, Oguwike Nwachukwu, ordered the contractors to return to work in the next 72 hours.
Uzodinma lamented that the road contractors absconded from site during the dry season when they were supposed to be busy fixing the roads.

The statement read: “We are giving Contractors handling road projects in Imo State 72 hours to return to the site or have their contracts terminated’’.
“Governor Uzodinma frowned at a situation where contractors who had collected mobilization fees from Government abandoned projects.
“The action of abandoning projects is unjustifiable and unacceptable to the State Government. Dry seasons usually mark the peak of road construction works.

“The affected contractors have absconded from the site in the peak of the dry season even after collecting mobilization fees from Government.
“It will be recalled that Governor Uzodinma has at every opportunity emphasized that his ‘3R’ mantra of Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Recovery must be fully implemented for the overall benefit of Imo people.”