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Delta Approves N15.7bn for Flood Control

by Lukman Abdul-Malik
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Delta State Executive Council (SEC), has approved N15.7bn for the construction of Phase 3 of flood control measures in Warri/Effurun and environs in Warri south and Uvwie local government areas of the state.

Briefing journalists on the outcome of the SEC meeting presided over by Governor Sheriff Oborevwori, the state commissioner for information, Dr Ifeanyi Osuoza said the phase 3 of the control measures will cover Airport Road, Ugborikoko, Bendel Estate and Ugboroke and environs.

Osuoza, who was flanked by Commissioner for Works Highways and Urban Roads, Comrade Reuben Izeze; director-general Warri, Uvwie and Environs Development Agency (WUEDA), Prince Godwin Ejinyere and chief press secretary to the governor, Sir Festus Ahon,  said the government also gave approval for N600 million counterpart fund for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Conditional Grants  Scheme for Delta state.

Osuoza said: “We had a very engaging session at today’s meeting and above all, Governor Sheriff Oborevwori and the team took note of the hardship that Nigerians and Deltans are going through and has resolved to make sure that he does everything humanly possible to puts smiles on the faces of Deltans.

“One of the major projects approved today is the flood control measures in Warri/Effurun and Environs Phase 3. Phase 1 and Phase 2 were awarded long ago while Phase 3 entails Airport Road, Ugborikoko, Bendel Estate and Ugboroke in Uvwie and Warri South at a cost of N15.7bn

“The second approval we got is the approval for the release of a N600 million counterpart fund for the implementation of the 2024 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Conditional Grants and Schemes for Delta State.”

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