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Dickson breaks jinx, as residents access 91 Bayelsa riverine communities by road

On: December 31, 2018 - In: Headlines News - No comments

EKEREMOR- RESIDENTS of 91 riverine communities and fishing villages in Ekeremor Local Government Area, Bayelsa State, whose means of reaching their native soil since the foundation of the world is by water, drove home in their vehicles this Christmas and New Year for the first time since they were born.

It was a dream come true for the villagers who lingered for over 40 years when Federal Government from 1979-1983 under then civilian regime of the late President Shehu Shagari, raised and subsequently dashed their hopes on the Sagbama- Ekeremor road project.

 

NDV reliably gathered that the first set of vehicles actually entered Ekeremor last Thursday. The road project is expected to be completed for the usage of all kinds of vehicles before the present administration exits on February 14, 2020.

 

More communities are going to be linked up by road when the Sagbama-Ekeremor Road project is finally completed. Though the Niger-Delta Development Commission, NDDC, took up the challenge by awarding the contract for the construction of the road, but it was stalled due to alleged poor funding of the commission.
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Many residents had given up the Sagbama-Ekeremor road as an impossible project when the state governor, Hon. Seriake Dickson, intervened last year, and took over the road project cutting across the difficult dense mangrove forest, rivers, rivulets and swamps. The state government awarded the contract for the road, which requires several culverts and two major bridges to connect Aleibiri and Ekeremor main town to Setraco Construction Company in consonance with his campaign promise to push the frontiers of development in the state through road construction.

 

Credit: Vanguard

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