By Daniel Domotimi.
United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), European Union (EU), Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (RUWASSA) and Water Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) in partnership with the Bayelsa state government has signed a portable water contract for communities in Bayelsa state.
Speaking with our reporter shortly after signing the contract, the Bayelsa state Commissioner of Water Resources Mr. Tubonah Talbert said that the water projects are ongoing in Brass and Kolokumo/Opokumà Local Government Areas of Bayelsa state but can now be extended to all the nocks and crannies of the eight LGA's in the state.
Mr. Turboner said Governor Seriake Dickson will continue to tow the line of his campaign promises which is aimed at providing basic amenities for all Bayelsans to enjoy.
Earlier in the meeting, an Abuja based consultant, Engr. Dipo emphasized the need for contractors to adhere to the ideologies of UNICEF supervisors whom are trained so as not to jeopardize their investment, as UNICEF is passionate to the success of this laudable
Dipo appealed to contractors to follow the template of UNICEF and avoid unpleasant outcome which may be refusal to pay back what is been given.
On her part, the RUWASSA program manager, Mrs. Asingbi Winikime assured the contractors of a secured field work with no distraction of ransom demand before commencement of work in the various communities.
Mrs. Asingbi who appreciated the contractors for turning out said, for this height to be achieved, RUWASSA have already embarked on awareness campaign, and the communities started clamoring to be beneficiaries of these projects.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of T'six Multi-Link Solution Ltd, Mr. Edidi Levi Trust expressed satisfaction on the contract signing meeting saying it has given them the intrigues to succeed, as a people, government and organization.