On. Thursday, April 30, His Excellency, Chief Dr. Willie M. Obiano who reviewed the progressing 100-Foot Road Nnewi Erosion Control Project.
100-Foot Road Nnewi was one of the significant access to Nkwo Nnewi, a market that have an expected yearly turnover of $1billion, before it was truly influenced by disintegration which gulped the street, private and business structures. While it might be an astonishment to many, the disintegration began way-thinking back to the 1970s and just got declined a year ago.
The visit of His Excellency, which was basically to learn the pace of work, managed me the chance to communicate my thankfulness to the Governor for acting expeditiously by drawing in the administrations of an International Reputable Construction Company, Infrastructure Development Company (IDC), for the recovery of 100-Foot Road Nnewi Erosion Site.
It will be reviewed that one of the principal movement I moved after I was confirmed as the Lawmaker speaking to Nnewi North in Anambra State House of Assembly, was the movement where I raised alert on the disintegration which has cut-off 100-Foot Road and is representing a genuine risk to Nkwo Nnewi Market.
With the association of different partners, we connected with His Excellency, in our various limits requiring his opportune mediation to spare our town from the overwhelming impact of the disintegration. The Governor being proactive, regardless of the weight on the state spending plan, granted the agreement for the control and recovery of the disintegration.
The progressing development takes a shot at the Storm Water Diversion Deep Channel on the Fifty (50) Feet Deep 100-Foot Road Gully Erosion, Uruagu Nnewi, will carry enduring answers for the issues of disintegration danger in the zone.
The task which will cost N4bn has prevailing in nearly recovering the ravine through the importation of laterite and compaction with cautious channelization of the stormwater in various channels.
While we praise our Governor for this incredible exertion, it is the ideal opportunity for us to open conversation on the requirement for network cooperation in the administration and insurance of the earth from disintegration.
Disintegration doesn’t simply grow for the time being, there are forms prompting them and this can be deflected at the network level.
Albeit a few ravines are brought about by common splits in the earth and nature of our dirt, most crevasse disintegrations in Anambra State are unnatural and can be turned away. The vast majority of the reasons for disintegrations are recognizable to awful administration practices, for example, streets without appropriate seepage or catchments pits, blocking waste channels with decline, deforestation, impractical cultivating and mining of sand.
It is the ideal opportunity for us to make foundations and execute arrangements that will ensure a manageable domain.