The Executive Assistant to Delta State Governor on Marine Development, Ambassador Karo Ekewenu, says Governor Ifeanyi Okowa achievements in two years are unprecedented.
Ekewenu said the governor had proved his love for the people of Delta by bringing transformation to the state through his SMART Agenda.
The governor’s aide applauded the economic competence of his principal and his prudent management of resources amid the economic recession in the nation, saying Okowa is able to complete over 40 standard roads out of the over 90 roads currently embarked upon in Delta. He listed the completed roads to include Ejinyere/Orodje Street in Orerokpe; Jeddo Ughoton Road and Access Road to Eagles Height University (Phase 1 Jeddo/Omadino Bridge); Oteri Township Road; Okere-Urhobo Community Roads (Olomu link Road, 1st and 2nd Olomu Streets, Otor-Okere and Agba Roads); Kefas Road with a spur to Uzere junction, Oleh; Uduophori road (Phase 1), Patani and Orikeze Street with a spur to Orikeze close, Agbor.
Meanwhile, work on Cable Point Road dualization, Asaba, Okpanam Road Dualization, Asaba, Warri-Sapele Road, dualization in Sapele from Amukpe Roundabout, construction of Amekpa-Afiesere-Ufuoma Road in Ughelli North, Lagos-Asaba Road dualization in Agbor, construction of Oza-nogogo-Alisimie Road in Ika South Local Government Area are all being attended to. The governor has also completed and equipped three technical colleges in the state, the Faculty of Law Complex of Delta State University, Oleh Campus; Pediatric Wards/Water Scheme in Patani General Hospital and Azu-Owa Abavo Cottage Hospital, Abavo, while empowering over 20,000 youths across the three senatorial districts of the state.
According to Ekewenu, Okowa has continued to exhibit exemplary leadership and so deserves the commendation and support of all Deltans.
He congratulated the governor on the success of the non-elective PDP convention held in Abuja and which he chaired.
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