Owerri- The Imo government said on Thursday that it would revoke the contracts of non-performing contractors handling monumental projects in the state.
The Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Chinedu Offor, told newsmen after the state’s executive council meeting in Owerri that the government would no longer condone the attitude of some contractors who abandoned their jobs after being mobilised for particular projects.
Offor said the government had decided that such contracts would be revoked and handed over to other contractors for speedy completion.
He said the state governor would soon address the people to highlight his achievements within the two years of his rescue mission administration.
The commissioner also advised youths to obtain forms from the sole administrators of their local governments to enable them to be part of the state's "youth must work" project.