Governor Senator Ifeanyi Okowa Of Delta State Receives Report Of Transition Committee Assuring That His Administration Would Empower Deltans.
Omos Oyinbode, Asaba
Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, has received the report of the transition committee assuring that his administration would empower Deltans. The Governor received the report from the Chairman of the Committee, Prof. Sam Oyovbaire, at Government House, Asaba, Delta State capital. Chairmen of sub-committees and their secretaries were in attendance during the presentation ceremony.
Governor Okowa observed that the report of the committee would provide a guide towards quick achievement of his 5-point agenda for Deltans, which include Strategic wealth creation initiatives and provision of Jobs for all; meaningful peace building platforms aimed at political/ social stability; agricultural reforms and industrialization; relevant health and education policies; transformed environment through massive urban renewal (S.M.A.R.T). While reiterating “we have set out to build a more united and prosperous Delta State,”
Senator Okowa thanked members of the transition committee for their commitment towards providing a road-map for his administration, disclosing that one of the surest ways of empowering the people will be through job opportunities. He noted that the civil service is saturated, the Governor assured that Deltans would be trained and empowered to be entrepreneurs.
“Deltlans should be patient with us and be committed to the development of our state, we are committed to good governance and we will work hard to deliver on our electoral promises,” the Senator Okowa said. He pledged to partner with Deltans and “people who will come to work in Delta State for the development of our state.” Earlier, Prof. Oyovbaire stated “although our findings highlight a rather disturbing outlook in the revenues and financial assets of the state, we believe that, if properly considered, approved and implemented, our recommendations would certainly provide valuable bases and platforms for recovery and subsequent enhancement of revenue and resource profiles of the state’s economy and good governance.