Concrete arrangements aimed at ensuring the successful completion of Eyo Obiosio village Town Hall project have been lined up by the Village Head; Offong Edemumoh Iduo Edemumoh.
Addressing some executive members of the Town Hall project committee in his palace last weekend Offong Edemumoh asserted that the Town Hall project which he pointed out was very dear to the hearts of the people of Eyo Obiosio, would be taken to an appreciable level before the end of 2020.
He announced that appeal tellers soliciting for funds from some political representatives and appointees as well as other illustrious sons of the area have already been sent out while arrangements to mobilize some contractors to site have also been mapped out to ensure resumption of work soonest.
According to Offong Edemumoh, the village through its self-help efforts have so far spent close to Two Million Naira (N2m) on the Town Hall project even as he expressed optimism that if the current appeal could rake in about Three Million Naira (N3m) the entire structure would assume a finishing level.
While emphasizing the utmost need for the village to have a befitting meeting and rallying point for the good people of Eyo Obiosio, an economic agricultural basket zone in Eyo Abasi group of villages of Oron Local Government, the royal father urged those who have already been passionately requested to identify with the Eyo Obiosio Town Hall project appeal fund not to consider any donation too meager for the completion phase of the building which work commenced in 2010 and halted about seven (7) years ago.
Offong Edemumoh however commended some illustrious sons of Eyo Obiosio, Eyo Abasi and indeed Oron Local Government Area who have started enquiring from him through phone calls on how they could assist by chipping in their widows unite for the re-commencement of working as soon as possible on the project.
Highpoint of the meeting was the physical inspection of the abandoned Town Hall which the village head conducted some members of the project committee and news men on tour of the site.