I will take over Enugu roads from FG if elected governor – Ekweremadu

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Former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu has said he will take over the federal roads in Enugu if elected governor of the state in 2023.

Ekweremadu, the current senator representing Enugu West and a gubernatorial aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP disclosed this in a policy statement.

He said: “We consider every good road as an economic corridor and a pathway to new opportunities. Consequently, I devoted an ample part of my years in the Senate to attracting new roads and rehabilitating existing ones across the three senatorial zones of the Enugu State and beyond.

“We will transform every road leading in and out of Enugu State into a well lit multiple carriage road and superhighways.

“We will embark on massive rural road construction and reconstruction of urban roads.

“The Enugu State Ministry of Works and its Departments and Agencies will be repositioned and empowered with the resources to ensure their effectiveness.

“We understand the challenge posed by resource scarcity, but we have the social capital to attract local and foreign funding as well as the integrity to keep our words”.