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ANAMBRA STATE GOVT AWARD’S CONTRACTS TO CONSTRUCT FLYOVER, MORE ROADS

Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo, Governor of Anambra State is gradually making good on his promise to turn Anambra State into one huge road construction site, all in a bid to ultimately make traveling around the state easier and pleasurable.

To this end, Anambra State Executive Council (ANSEC) recently approved and awarded contracts for the construction of a flyover at Ekwulobia to decongest the hellish traffic jam often experienced at the roundabout.

This was contained in a statement issued by Paul Nwosu, the Commissioner For Information on the 15th of October, 2022 which was made available to the press.

Other adjoining roads around the area to be constructed include the Nanka –Ekwulobia – Aguata local government headquarters road (2.0km); Ekwulobia – Oko road (0.825km) and Ekwulobia – Isuofia road (1.125km). Other ancillary structures and facilities to be built around the Ekwulobia hub are, a bus terminal building, fuel station, security office building, fire station, and other external works such as sewage treatment facilities, drainage, landscaping, etc.

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All the construction work will be handled by A.V. Vision Construction Nig Ltd at the cost of N10,100,000, 000.00 (ten billion, one hundred million), and the work is to be completed in 18 months.

Also to be constructed by A.V. Vision Construction Nig Ltd are the Isuofia to Nanka Road with a spur to Nanka/Obi Adimorah Road (2.2km and 10.3m wide) at the cost of N748,000,085.05k (seven hundred and forty-eight million, eighty-five nairas, fifty kobos).

Six vital roads in Awka, the capital city of the state that were also among the set of contracts just awarded include, the Club (Abakaliki) Road (2.078km); Regina Caeli to Y Junction (1.173km); Millenium Industry – INEC – Ekwueme Square (1.762km) and Unizik Temp Site – Okpuno – Isuaniocha Junction (6.847km). Others are, Chukwudifu Street (0.297km) and PPSSC – NECO office Road (0.473km).

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The construction of these roads has been awarded to Niger Construction Company Ltd (Nigercat) at the cost of N6,665,960,804.70k (six billion, six hundred and sixty-five million, nine hundred and sixty thousand, eight hundred and four naira, seventy kobos and the company has a target of 10 months to complete the job.

The construction of Oye Agu Abagana to Nimo Road with a spur at Nimo road (5.12km and 10.3m wide) was equally awarded to Triconstruct Nig Ltd at the cost of N1,600,013,018.72k (0ne billion, six hundred million, thirteen thousand, eighteen nairas, seventy-two kobo). The company has 8 months to finish the work.

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