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Ganaja residents call on FG for timely completion of the road

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Report by
Hussain Abubakar Ameh

Residents of Ganaja town in Ajaokuta Local Government Area have called on the Federal Government to expedite action on the ongoing reconstruction of the Ganaja- Ajaokuta road.

Speaking to OMA News Reporter in Ganaja, the residents are of the opinion that early completion of the project will allow for free vehicular movement within and outside the area.

According to them, they are happy that the Federal Government under the administration of President Ahmed Bola Tinubu has come to their rescue, expressing hope that the job will be executed according to specification.

The residents further applauded the Minister of Works, Engineer(Senator) Dave Umahi for choosing the Ganaja road as his flagship project.

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They also commended the Works Minister for finding a lasting solution to the collapsed section of the Ganaja road through the use of concrete for its construction.

A resident of Ganaja, Mohammed Abikwo, said the failed portion of the Ganaja road has been a source of nightmare to motorists and other users, saying their joy now knows no bound.

Mohammed Abikwo, however, urged the Federal Government to do the needful on their own part so as to ensure timely completion of the project.

Another resident, Samson Sule also expressed happiness over the ongoing reconstruction of the Ganaja road, commending Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello for drawing the attention of the Federal Government to the deplorable condition of the road.

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Our Reporter who visited the site of the project, observed that the pace of work has reduced drastically compared to when the project commenced.

This particular section of the Ganaja road became deplorable during the 2012 and subsequent flooding being experienced in the Country.

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