The AbdulRazaq-led Kwara State Executive Council has taken a decisive step towards ensuring the efficient execution of ongoing road projects by approving the revocation and re-award or review of certain contracts.
This strategic move is aimed at addressing concerns related to poor performance and delays in project delivery.
Among the road contracts subject to the revocation and re-award or review are the Ilesha Gwanara and Owode-Ofaro-Alabe road projects.
The decision to revisit these contracts stems from observed shortcomings, including subpar performance and delays that have hindered the timely completion of these vital infrastructure projects.
The Executive Council, recognizing the critical importance of robust and well-maintained road networks, has prioritized the speedy completion of essential projects.
This includes the Orisa bridge in Oro Ago, situated in the Ifelodun local government area of Kwara State. The call for the rapid conclusion of the Orisa bridge project underscores the commitment of the state government to improving connectivity and ensuring the well-being of residents in the region.
The revocation and re-award or review of contracts align with the administration’s dedication to quality and efficiency in the execution of infrastructure projects.
Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has consistently emphasized the importance of delivering tangible and timely results for the people of Kwara State.
In light of these decisions, the government is taking proactive measures to address issues that may hinder the progress of vital projects.