-By Sylvester Iloba:
The Chairman, Delta State Investments Development Agency (DIDA), Mr. Paul Nmah has congratulated Rt. Hon. Sheriff Francis Oborevwori on his victory at the just concluded Delta State gubernatorial election.
Mr. Nmah in a statement noted that Rt. Hon. Oborevwhori, has an undented tract record of remarkable achievements, outstanding service to the State and humanity in general and therefore was deserving of what he described as God’s ordained victory.
According to him, the Governor-Elect had shown that he has what it takes to steer the affairs of Delta State,bearing in mind the way he was able to pilot successfully and peacefully the affairs of the Delta State House of Assembly as the current Speaker for a record-breaking period of over 6 years.
The Chairman further said that the Governor-Elect’s humble, trust worthy and dependable character were among his numerous qualities that endeared him to the people and ultimately earned him the election victory. He then called on the Governor-Elect to be magnanimous in victory by extending hands of fellowship to the members of the opposition that are willing to join hands with him to contribute towards the progress of the State.
While speaking on behalf of the management and staff of the Agency, the Chairman said “I congratulate our Governor-Elect, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Francis Oborevwhoriand the Deputy Governor-Elect Mr. Monday Onyeme on their well-deserved victory. I am convinced that the Governor-Elect and his deputy will consolidate on the good works of His Excellency, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowaand do more in consonance with their M.O.R.E. Agenda.
“We in DIDA are ready to join our Governor-Elect in ensuring that we move our dear Delta State forward in all spheres including investment marketing, promotion and establishment. I pray that God should guide and protect him and give him wisdom to pilot the affairs of Delta State to do M.O.R.E. for Deltans especially in the area of employment generation and general improvement in the economic and social welfare of Deltans.”