FG Affirms Completion of Saki Town Road Rehabilitation

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The Federal Controller of Works in Oyo State, Mr Kayode Ibrahim has said that the road rehabilitation project in Saki town had been completed.

Mr Ibrahim stated this while refuting the claims by a certain organisation known as ‘Budgit Tracka’ that the road project had been abandoned by the contractor.

According to a statement personally signed by him on Saturday in Ibadan, the project, titled “Limited Rehabilitation of Opo Malu Road in Saki Oyo State was a Federal Government intervention project which has been completed.

He described the Budgit Tracka’s publication on the project as erroneous and grossly misleading, declaring that the project was executed as awarded and that any contrary information should be disregarded.

The Federal Controller of works explained that the project was awarded in Jan. 2022 with the Engineer’s order to commence work on March, 2022 and complete it within the period of three months.

The location of the project, which is generally refer to as Opo Malu area, traverses eleven communities beginning from Opo Malu junction through Orogun road to Isale Adini in Saki.

It is pertinent to note that prior to the federal government intervention, the road was completely impassable and the communities down the road cut off from the major road in Saki, he stated.

Mr. Ibrahim added that the contractor completed the limited rehabilitation works on schedule and submitted her certificate which was dully processed.

He noted that the leadership of the 11 communities through which the rehabilitated road traverses had written a letter of satisfactory execution of the project to his office, a confirmation that the project was delivered.

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