Construction companies doing different road projects in Imo state would have no excuse for not finishing their jobs as stipulated in the memorandum of understanding (MoU).
This hint was dropped by the chief press secretary to Imo state governor, Oguwuike Nwachukwu, in a chat with Blueprint in Owerri.
He said the governor had given construction companies doing different road projects “go ahead order” to continue their contracts despite the change of government and that the expectation of government and Imo people was that the jobs would be finished in good time, especially before the rains.
Oguwuike further said that those who insinuate that the contractors have not been mobilised by the Uzodinma administration, which was why they are slow in completing their jobs.
He dismissed the insinuation, saying that they were adequately mobilised by the Ihedioha administration and that the Uzodinma administration had long told them to go back to site because the governor discovered that “they were handsomely mobilised.”
The CPS said, “No other mobilisation fee will be given to them unless they finish their jobs and that will be final payment for the jobs done”.