The Ebonyi State Government on Wednesday 6th October 2021, Signed a contract for the construction of the second Phase of Abakaliki Ring Road. The second Phase of the Ring Road project which was signed by Ebonyi State Government spans from Nwezenyi Junction to 135 junctions Ezzamgbo in Ebonyi State.
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Speaking after the signing of the Contract, Governor David Umahi said that the aim of this project is to bring more foreign investors to the state.
The Governor while advising the Contractors to collaborate with their host communities to ensure the project was done effectively. He also pleaded with the Local Government Areas and Traditional Rulers to ensure maximum security for the contractors and their equipments.
After signing the contract, the Commissioner for Works and Transport in Ebonyi State, Chief Ogbonnaya Obasi said the award of the contract was in continuation of the first phase spanning from 135 junction to Nwezenyi Junction.
He announced that the second phase of the contract has been awarded to four contractors which are PATAN GLOBAL LIMITED, CGC Nigeria Limited, CCECC Nigeria Limited and Marcko KC Engineering.
The PATAN GLOBAL LIMITED on-behalf of the contractors thanked the State Government for trusting in their ability and promised to deliver the job on schedule and in line with the specifications.
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