By Kasarachi Azuka/Asaba
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State has embarked on another phase of heart-to-heart talk with the people of the state even as he has continued to inspect and commission multiples of projects in several areas he visited.
“Our projects are designed to make our towns and cities accessible, give them facelift and make our people happy”, he said as he addressed the beneficiaries of the projects.
The execution of projects and the commissioning are in line with the governor’s commitment to providing necessary infrastructure in the state.
The projects commissioned were the Isiokolo/Orhoakpor/Ekrerhavwe, and Abraka township roads in Ethiope East Local Government Area.
Okowa who was in company of his deputy, Kingsley Otuaro and top political aides, also commissioned the phase II of Amai/Ezhionum/Abbi road and Umutu Skill Acquisition Centre in Ukwuani Local Government Area of the State and also inspected the level of construction work done at the Okurekpo/Okunor-Okpara/Onumane /Samagidi road, and multi-billion naira Senate building at the Delta State University, Abraka, Ethiope East LGA.
“With all these commissioning and inspection of projects, we believe that we are impacting on our people, but the flagship of our programmes are the wealth creation programmes which have created a lot of jobs and wealth for our people,” said he.
The town-hall meeting on held on Wednesday, March 7, at Isiokolo and Ukwani in Obiaruku where the governor had a heart to heart talk with the people.
The governor had said the town hall meetings were necessary because they provided avenues for heart-to-heart talk with the people.