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Ohaneze says BUA cement new price vindicate Umahi’s road technology

Ohaneze says BUA cement new price vindicate Umahi's road technology
Ohaneze says BUA cement new price vindicate Umahi's road technology (Photo: The Guardian Nigeria)
Igbo group known as Ohanaeze Ndigbo Friday said that the new price of BUA cement has vindicated Senator David Umahi’s recommended technology on road construction.
The Minister of Works has recommended construction concrete roads instead of Asphalt for the federal government.
But the Igbo group in a statement signed by ots Secretary General, Okechukwu Isiguzoro said that increase in BUA cement used for rias construction proved that Umahi’s idea was right.
Isiguzoro however expressed the groups admiration for the Minister of Works, his unwavering commitment and resilience in the face of challenges and resistance in his line of duty.
The statement reads, “Ohaneze Ndigbo lauds the minister’s dedication to the construction of new Super Highways and the use of Cement technology for road pavement construction, a move approved by President Tinubu. This innovative approach, which promises roads that will last more than 50 years, was initially met with resistance from some contractors who cited the high cost of cement as a deterrent.
“However, the recent crash in the prices of BUA Cement has vindicated Senator Umahi’s position on Cement technology. The high demand for cement technology has led to a decrease in the prices of cement, eliminating any excuses for not implementing Senator Umahi’s recommendation for Cement Technology.
“Ohanaeze Ndigbo have noted that the Nigerian populace’s expectations for durable roads built with cement technology are now feasible. The craving for roads that will last 50 years has made Senator Engineer Dave Umahi a celebrated figure and the pillar of President Tinubu’s administration.
” We commend Senator Umahi for his peaceful resolution with the staff and workers of the Ministry of Works, referring to the situation as a “Family friction”. His fatherly approach to change workers’ attitudes towards lateness to work has been well received.
” In conclusion, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo urged President Tinubu to release more funds to the Ministry of Works for smooth operations in line with the Renewed Hope Agenda. They praised Minister Umahi for his tireless efforts and commitment to improving the state of Nigerian roads and infrastructure”.

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