Member, House of Representatives, Hon. AbdulRaheem Olajide Jimoh has expressed reservations over the pace of work on the reconstruction and renovation of the Federal Fire Service station in Ebutte-Metta West, Lagos Mainland Federal Constituency.
He disclosed this on Thursday when he paid an unannounced visit to the Fire Service station at Apapa Road,Lagos.
Jimoh, who is representing Lagos Mainland Federal Constituency and member Committee on Interior said while inspecting the level of work at the station that he was totally happy with the approval and execution of the project by the federal executive in line with the constitutional provision made the National assembly.
“As a committee member on Interior in the House of Representatives, I am totally and comprehensively happy with the project. My reservation is that the work should not be done below standard.
He specifically made observations on the ceiling assemblies, soakaway, restrooms among other things.
Speaking further he said the report of the ongoing projects would be presented to House committee who is saddled with the responsibility of oversight.
He urged his constituents to take the project as their own for the use of the generality and give necessary support when needed.
It would be recalled that on October 20, 2015, Hon.AbdulRaheem Olajide Jimoh moved a motion at the plenary calling for urgent nationwide improvement in the operation of the Nigeria Fire Service in terms of structure, conditions of service, provision of modern equipments and mode of operation for optimum performance.