By Abah Benjamin Eneojoh
Kogi State Commissioner for Works and Housing Hon. Samason Bako has revealed that the determination of His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Kogi State Alh. Yahaya Adoza Bello CON to emerge as the best Governor in Infrastructural Development is beyond politics.
Bako made this revelation in Lokoja yesterday 13/09/2023 while inspecting multiple projects within the State Capital, Lokoja.
Bako who applauded Gov. Bello for availing funds for life-touching projects also noted that it is expedient that Kogites reciprocate this gesture come Nov 11 by voting in the candidate of All Progressive Congress (APC) Hon Ododo Ahmed Usman for continuity.
At Zone 8 roundabout- Barracks- GYB junction road, Bako charged CCECC construction Company to commence the work from the most critical and deplorable section of the road adding that danger-prone areas should be given urgent attention.
In his words “General scarification is important but start your work from the most critical areas and dander-prone section of the road” he said.
The commissioner further noted that the zone 8 – Barracks -GYB junction road which has suffered a setback in the hands of the previous administrations is currently receiving attention by the GYB administration.
At the site of the State House of Assembly burnt complex, Bako expressed satisfaction with the level and quality of work, stressing that he is optimistic that the contractor would beat the September deadline.
While inspecting the State Secretariat Parameter fencing job, Bako urged the contractor handling the project to engage professionals in order to produce a beautiful work.
At Lokogoma phase 1 and 2 internal road construction, Bako commended the Managing Director of Kogi State Road Maintenance Agency (KOGROMA) for a thorough job done and asked him to replicate same at the Ganaja road palliative work.
After the inspection of Tec Engineering construction company work at Cemetery Road, Local Government – Road safety and Saudana Road, Bako instructed the contractor to expedite action on Saudana road in order to be brought to the priming level like others.
The commissioner who said he would visit project sites in the eastern and central part of the state soon also affirmed his commitment to the New Direction Administration.
Those in the company of the Commissioner are the permanent Engr. Audu O Emmanuel, the SSA on Infrastructure Hon. (TPL) Ezzuh Momoh, the Director Civil Engineering Engr. Akubo Hassan, the Director Building Services QS. John Agene, the Technical Assistant to the Commissioner Engr. Anthony Sule, Engr. Sunday Baba and the State Information Office Works and Housing Mr Abah Benjamin Eneojoh.