Sagbama/Ekeremor Road: Hon Ebikeseiye Lauds Governor Diri On Project

By Binebai Princewill

Councillor representing the people of Sagbama Ward 13 in the Sagbama Legislative Arm, Rt. Hon. Paul Ebikeseiye who is also the deputy leader of the legislative house has lauded His Excellency, Sen. Douye Diri, Governor of Bayelsa State on the ongoing Bayelsa West Senatorial Road Project.  Hon. Paul made the commendation via a statement he personally signed and issued to newsmen in Yenagoa recently, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide. While lauding Governor Diri for his developmental strides across the state, he particularly praised the Governor for upholding the principle of continuity in Government. 

In his words: “His excellency Senator Douye Diri, Governor of Bayelsa State has once more shown his readiness to achieving his campaign theme “Consolidation on the gains of the restoration administration for a prosperous Bayelsa State”.

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“Recently  the governor and some prominent leaders in the state defiled the heavy downpour to inspect the ongoing Bayelsa West senatorial road, which phase 1 is between Toru-Orua community in Sagbama LGA and Aleibiri community in Ekeremor LGA.

“Thank you his excellency for putting to reality that government is indeed a “CONTINUITY” by making this one of your led prosperity administration flagship projects. May God continue to bless and guide you.” Hon. Paul Ebikeseiye stated. 

While inspecting the road project, Governor Douye Diri was quoted as saying  “I feel very excited that the contractor, Setraco is measuring up to the terms and it is even more reassuring to see that most of the bridges and culverts on that section are almost completed.

“To put it succinctly, I am very impressed with the pace of work and the supervisory ministry of Works and Infrastructure alongside the contractor that have assured us on the timely completion of the project. 

“As Government, we will continue to do the needful and work hard to deliver this road to Ekeremor town and by God’s grace, before the  end of our first tenure”.

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