Osun State House of Assembly, OSHA, has directed contractors handling various road projects in the state to ensure speedy completion in accordance with the expiration date.

The Chairman, Osun State House of Assembly Committee on Works and Transport, Engineer Taofeek Badamasi gave the directive when he led the team of other legislators on an inspection of some ongoing road projects in Osogbo.

Engineer Badamasi explained that the oversight function was to ensure the thorough job was attained through proper supervision of the various projects.

The lawmaker reiterated the commitment of the committees to deliver optimal legislative functions that would benefit residents of the state. 

Also addressing the contractors in separate remarks, other members of the committee urged contractors handling the road projects to engage experts and utilize quality for the job, within the stipulated time frame. 

They urged the contractors to extend the drainage system attached to the roads under construction for the free flow of water. 

Also contributing, the representative of the Osun State Ministry of Works and Transport, Engineer David Oladele who conducted the lawmakers round the various road projects assured them of regular supervision and quality road projects at the final stage. 

The oversight exercise which was jointly embarked upon by the House Committee on Works and Public Accounts included, Honorables Desmond Ojo, Adewunmi  Adeyemi and Halil Uzamot. 

However, the ongoing road projects inspected included; Sarah Guest House/Ajagbemokeferi/Ogo-Oluwa road to link East bypass, Baruwa/Woleola street/Omigade/Salami Abass Street handled by Rabon Uniq Company Limited and Halleluyah Community Road projects handled by Musular Construction Company and LAMECO Junction through Ilobu/Agunbelewo/Ifon Road projects handled by Slavabogu Nigeria Limited. 

Mojisola Oladele

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