By Ehis Agbon
Nigeria’s Senate committee on works continued its five day oversights visits to the calabar/Ogoja road in Cross Rivers state, South-South Nigeria, where work is in progress by Messrs Seamatech.
Senator Clifford Ordia, Vice Chairman Senate committee on works, while commenting on the progress of work on the expressway urged the contractor to speed up the process.
Odia said “the quality of the job is satisfactory but the pace is slow”, He further said “gone are the days when a contractor will secured a project fully mobilized and nothing to show for it. It is a moral burden upon todays people and for the relief of tomorrow as we sow we start reaping before then.
The Federal lawmakers used the opportunity to pay a courtesy visit to the Chief Security Officer of the state at the Cross Rivers state government house.
The state Governor, Senator Ben Ayade, while according the law makers a warm reception showered encomium on the Senate committee saying that they are not just in the state for oversights but sent by Almighty God to save lives.
Other members of the committee present are Senator Barnabas Gemade and Senator Sani Mustapha.