The Abandoned Aboh Poly Is Enough Reason For Ndokwa People To Join The Protest/Call To Probe Emmanuel uduaghan.
After much agitation by Ndokwa people that they are the only ethnic nationality without a higher institution in Delta state, the government of Uduaghan proposed to site a state polytechnic in Aboh the headquarters of Ndokwa East LGA to the admiration of Ndokwa people.Little did we Ndokwa people know that governor Uduaghan was only deceiving us.Even after the passing into law by the Delta state house of Assembly,the law establishing the Aboh polytechnic, governor Uduaghan only paid lip service to the construction and take off of the proposed polytechnic.Governor Uduaghan promised Deltans four new polytechnic but non of them saw the light of the day.
Below is an excerpt Where Emmanuel Uduaghan promised to complete the building of Aboh polytechnic in 13 months time.
" It would be recalled that the state government as part of its drive to open access to education in the state, approved the establishment of four polytechnics to be sited in Aboh,Sapele, Bomadi and AbigborodoA visit to Aboh,Ndokwa East local government area and Odeghelle-Elume community in Sapele local government area of the state,yesterday,revealed that contractors have mobilized to site.
The state Commissioner for Special Infrastructure,Barrister Orezi Esievo who led a team of journalists,engineers, architects and officials on inspection visit to the sites,said that the contractors have been given 13 months to deliver on the projects."
The deceit by governor Uduaghan on the Aboh polytechnic is a slap on the face all Ndokwa people.Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan took advantage of the agitation of Ndokwa people to enrich himself and defraud Delta state.The contractor was not paid and as such had to stop work. A visit to the site of the proposed Aboh polytechnic will show you the high level of waste of funds by Governor Uduaghan. N6 billion spent on the polytechnic yet only grasses exist there today.Join the protest on February 28th at Cenotaph Asaba to get Uduaghan prosecuted.
Attached to this write up are pictures I took on the site of Aboh polytechnic on the 7th of February 2017.
By Ifeanyichukwu Daniel Ogiriki.