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Rivers State governor Sir Siminalayi Fubara the Woji-Aleto-Refinery Road project his administration cannot lower the tempo of infrastructural development of the state


Rivers State governor, Sir Siminalayi Fubara says his administration is committed to completing the Woji-Aleto-Refinery Road project to serve as an alternative route to East-West Road that has impacted negatively on economic activities in the State.
The governor gave the assurance when he visited the project site to inspect the extent of work done at the Woji-Aleto-Refinery Road project.

This road connects two Local Government Areas of the state he explained.
According to him, his administration cannot lower the tempo of infrastructural development of a state that is already known for its harvest of projects saying such projects help to grow the economy of the State.
Governor Fubara said his mission for the state anchored on consolidation and continuity will ensure that the tempo is not lowered and no situation can come in the way.
Speaking on the Woji-Aleto-Refinery Road project, governor Fubara said it was started by the immediate past administration to serve as an alternative route to the East-West road and his administration knows that it will ease the traffic burden felt by motorists using that road.
Governor Fubara informed that the state government had already paid the contracting firm, Raffoul Construction Company a substantial sum and expects them to speed up work to achieve early completion.
He said, "So this particular Woji-Aleto-Refinery road project is very important to us because it will reduce the traffic inflow away from the East-West Road pending when it will be fixed.
"We had an understanding with the contractor and we did our own part of the commitment, so we are here to see what they are doing because we have given them a timeline when the project should be completed.
"So, we inherited it and we also promised that in line with our commitment of our mantra of consolidation and continuity, we must see that this road is completed."

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