Bayelsa engineers laud Diri for Nembe-Brass road, offer to render free monitoring services for state govt

Yenagoa—The Yenagoa branch of the foremost Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has commended Governor Douye Diri of Bayelsa State on the approval to commence the construction of the Nembe-Brass road project.

In a statement signed by its chairman, Engr. Chief Sokari James Karimo, and made available to, the engineering body said the road when completed would significantly impact the life of the average Nembe-Brass man.

Diri deserves commendation for initiating the commencement of the road project, the statement added.

Karimo who doubles as the Chairman of the Chairmen forum South-South stated that governor Diri would write his name in gold upon the completion of the road.

“The Governor is on the road to stamp his name in gold in the hearts of Bayelsans mostly the Nembe-Brass Local Government indigenes and residents by this singular effort to replicate similar energy put on the two other senatorial roads by awarding 21km inclusive of 10 bridges of the Nembe-Brass road.

“Even a baby in the womb bears the pain in plying the waterways to Brass Island.

“Therefore Sen. Douye Diri may remain indelible in the hearts of the good people of Nembe-Brass if this all-important road to the Brass man is significantly done,” he said.

He further said the engineering society is ready to render independent monitoring services for the government as it did for the Yenagoa-Oporoma road and seven other projects including the Nembe Unity bridge.

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