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Engineering Construction Company Excels On Road Projects In Imo State

Based on their desire to bring good governance to the doorsteps of every citizen of Nigeria, a firm, Fulfilled Engineering Construction Limited has formed a strong partnership with Imo State Government on Road construction.
In an assessment carried so far in the four local government areas of the state, the company runs among the best in operation.
Speaking to out correspondent in an interview, the Chief Executive officer of the company who also doubles as the Int’l President of Transparent Leadership Initiative International, Engr. Onyeche Obinna, noted that as a professional in civil engineering with Masters from Washington State International University, “It is high time we set the pace by showing exemplary leadership in every facet of our endeavour.”
He stated that from general analyses of the overall performances of the contractors that operate within the area, his company’s operation in Imo State Independent Project Monitoring Team, local government and Works Ministry ranked the company the best in quality service delivery, technically, promptness, safety organization, machinery and policies.
He stated that transparency and good governance is a message for all well meaning Nigerian at home or in diaspora. “Let us make our fatherland a place we can truly call our own, he emphasized.
Presently, areas covered by the company on road construction include Aboh Mbaise local government, Okigwe LGA and Owerri West local government.
However, Prince Obinna stated that he believes in Governor Rogers Rescue Mission Agenda, “that is why I have given him the needed support to enable him actualize his mandate for Imo people,” adding that by the way things are going, the people in the state will surely have a breadth of fresh air before the end of the governor’s administration. ###

Senibo A. A. Cookey

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