By Kparobo Ehvwubare
Residents of Oghara kingdom in Ethiope West Local Government Area of Delta State and other road users has tasked to the management of RainOil company to be alive to its Cooperate Social Responsibility by way of fixing some of the bad spots in the ever busy Oghara dual carriage way, just as residents averred that government cannot do it alone.
The appeal was made at the weekend by a prominent indigene, Sylvester Oghenekaro and Mr. Okoro Joseph, a Bus driver while speaking to Sunreporters correspondent in the area explained that RainOil company Should assist government to fix some of the bad spots been notice in the ever busy Oghara dual carriage way, especially the spot at the entrance in one of RainOil Petrol Stations in the area.
They explained further that as a result of the bad spot at the entrance of one RainOil Petrol Station, fire gutted one Hiace Bus recently a development that caused confusion where customers who came to patronize the Petrol Station took to the heels, owing to the fact that the fire may extend to the Petrol Station since it happened at the entrance of the Petrol filling Station.
They noted that as a result of the bad spots occasioned by Heavy duty trucks who plight the Dual carriage to load Petroleum products, several accidents had occurred where some lives were lostt in recent times.
A top Ethiope West Local government Staff told our correspondent that as a result of the fire that gutted the Hiace Bus, the street light cable of the Oghara dual Carriage got burnt and it took the Council over One Thousand naira to replace the cable, while appealing to RainOil company to be alive to its Cooperate Social Responsibilties.
Effort to speak with the Public Relations Officer of RainOil Company was unsuccessful as at the time our correspondent visited, he was said to be away on official engagement, but insider source told our correspondent that Rainoil has in recent time provided School bags to selected Schools in the area as a way of Cooperate Social Responsibility to the community.