Governor Okowa listening to explanation on the design of the FRSC training school, Delta, during an inspection on Tuesday.

Ovedhe Hezekiah

The Delta state governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, said the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) training school under construction in the state, would be commissioned in September, 2020.

Governor Okowa stated this in an interview with journalists after inspecting the FRSC training school located at Owa Oyibu.

Contractors handling the project said the FRSC training school would be completed in June.

Construction of the FRSC training school funded by Delta state government started in January this year.

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The governor who also inspected construction work at Mother and Child Hospital and Diagnostic Centre, Owa Alero, assured Deltans of his administration’s commitment to execute projects that would impact on the people.

He said that the projects would be delivered on schedule and to specifications.

“I am impressed with the pace of work at the Mother and Child Hospital and Diagnostic Centre and this FRSC inspectorate school we have inspected today.

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“The contractors are building to approved standards and for the FRSC school, the contractor has given the assurance that the work will be completed before the end of June which means that it will be operational from September.

“For the Mother and Child Hospital and Diagnostic Centre, we have a similar hospital nearing completion at Ekpan as our desire, as a government is to have a healthy and industrious people.

“We will continue to execute programmes and projects that will make our people to be prosperous,” Okowa who was accompanied by the Commissioner for Housing, Chief Festus Ochonogor and Information, Mr Charles Aniagwu, said.