The long dilapidated uratta road that has been Abandoned by previous state and local government has been placed on construction. Uratta road is a state road that joins the portharcourt Express road to uratta junction lane 2. This particular road was constructed under the administration of the former governor of abia state, Dr. Izu mbakwe who presided over two or more state. Which include; Abia and imo state,before the separation of the two states which occurred in the year, 1991.
After his dispensation and term in office, he was succeeded by other governors. Since then, no other administration has thought of rehabilitating uratta road. Although numerous politicians has tried to rehabilitate it under the pretence of biding and wining election’s, but to no attempted avail.
This road has been in existence after construction since the year 1991 till date. It has also served as a connecting link between two federal roads and other track,route and path ways.
Before the rehabilitation, it was reported that during Aba south federal constituency chiarman, Hon. Prestige ossy campaign and distributions of fliers,posters and bill board. He was told to commence rehabilitation on the road by some group of youths who resolved not to vote for him, if he fails to grant the people’s request. They further warned him of the impending loses he will incure, if he disappoints the masses. To comfort the yelling masses, he reassured by saying, “before being re-elected to continue with my second administration, I will ensure that the road is been rehabilitated in order to better the life of people In his constituent.”
Few weeks later, few contractors in collaboration with ecological funds were seen spotted at the Road site, ready to work. According to eye witness reports, it was stated, ” that the ongoing development and progress impressed the people in his constituent and they assured him of their 💯% vote count and support during the forthcoming election that will be held in Abia state.
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