DESOPADEC Commissions projects in Eziokpor, Umuebu

A six classroom block at Eziokpor

A six classroom block renovated by the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, (DESOPADEC) has been commissioned at Eziokpor in Ukwuani Local Government Council.
Speaking during the commissioning of the project at Eziokpor (a six classroom block), the member representing Ndokwa Nation in the Board, Sir Kenny Okolugbo told the people of Eziokpor that the execution of the projects was successful because of the support from the Governor, Dr Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan.
He also revealed that another six block classroom will be built to accommodate the students. He said the contract, with that of the teachers’ quarter has been approved and awarded. He also revealed that a water project scheme of N22, million had being awarded for the communuty.
Reacting to the commissioning of the projects and the newly awarded projects, the Vice Chairman of the Local Government Council, Mr Gabriel Uti thanked the commission for their contribution to the community of Eziokpor. Also the principal of the School, Mrs Pauline E. Ojinaka thanked the government of Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan.
N41 Million Naira Project Commissioned in Umuebu

The Delta State Oil Producing Area Development Commission, DESOPADEC has commissioned a block of building which houses 6 classrooms, toilets and administrative offices. The project was commissioned by Chief Christopher Ominimi.
Speaking for the community, Chief Vincent Egwubatu prayed for more of such projects to be executed in the community.
Also speaking, the principal of the School Pastor Atagoshishi S. Clement, showered appreciations to the commissioner and the state government.
Speaking earlier, the commissioner representing Ndokwa Nation, said the work on the Umuebu road will soon commence as the contract has been signed. It could be recalled that Ndokwa Reporters recently reported the plight of the Umuebu people in travelling along the road. In an interview Sir Okolugbo expressed his joy with the achievements and thanked the governor for his supports.