A group implores Umahi to apply his “cement technology” to South East Asian roadways

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The Minister of Works, Engr. Dave Umahi, has been urged by the Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEY) to extend his cement-constructed roads to key south-eastern roads.

The organization expressed confidence in Umahi’s nomination as minister and cited his infrastructure projects in Ebonyi as proof that he is ideally suited for the position.

This was announced by the group in a press release that was signed by Mr. Goodluck Ibem, its president general.

He said: “The Ebonyi State of today, which is being held up as a model, was formerly despised in terms of infrastructure and other fields used to gauge growth and achievement.

“But Senator Umahi arrived and, using his engineering magic, turned the situation around, turning the state into a sort of second Dubai.

We implore Senator Umahi to work his engineering magic on the following federal roads in the South East geopolitical zone: Owerri-Onitsha Road, Enugu-Onitsha Expressway, Osina-Akokwa-Anambra Road, Aba-Ikot Ekpene Road, Aba-Opobo Road, and Umuahia-Ohafia-Arochukwu Road.

The organization claimed that when Umahi applies his divinely-endowed engineering wizardry, Nigerians will be happy to identify as citizens because he is an expert in structural designs and engineering.

He has proven to be a square peg in a round hole. It was wise of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to select him as Minister of Works.

“The cement technology established by Senator Umahi in the building of roads continues to be the best form of contemporary road construction and design that will survive the test of time while also lowering cost and wastage on the part of the federal government in the past.

“Cement-built roads tend to last up to 30 to 50 years, which is a big boost to our economy,” says the author.

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