The construction of National Housing Projects is really exiting traders and suppliers that are involved in the construction of the projects as they said that the on-going projects had ratcheted up their well-being since its commencement
Speaking with journalists, a representative of the workers, George Mataga, stated that the host community had benefitted considerably from the project.
He added that when aggrieved youth attempted to halt the construction work, the traditional ruler the Olu of Oworo, Hirohin Adoga, swiftly intervened and the work went on smoothly.
“The people in charge of this project received us as the landlords and we commend them for the good job they are doing,” he said.
According to a sand supplier, Ahmed Bami, the Federal Government should be lauded for the initiative and pleaded for its continuity.
He expressed optimism on quick implementation of the second phase of the project.
Earlier, the team’s leader, Veronica Enesi, said that the project had reached 85 per cent completion, while 24 units of flats were ready to be occupied.
She explained that from the 76 units and 38 blocks of flats, only four units are yet to be completed in terms of roofing.
Credit: Infrastructure News