Blank NEWS Online (NIGERIA) –From Sylvester ILOBA:

An indigenous investor, Delking Multiple Concepts Ltd has donated a Toyota Hilux Police Vehicle to Delta State Investments Development Agency (DIDA) in order to support their operations and enhance the marketing efforts of the Agency..

The Chairman Delta State Investments Development Agency (DIDA) Hon. Paul Nmah who spoke at the official hand-over ceremony held at the office of the Agency in Asaba described the gesture as novel.

In his words, “this particular act by Delking Multiple Concepts Ltd is an exceptional one. I do not think that such has been seen before.

“I am particularly happy to receive such support which could be described as recognition of our efforts in DIDA.” Nmah said.

*Mr. Henry Nwabuzor, MD, Delkings Multiple Concepts Ltd presenting the keys of a Toyota Hilux Police Vehicle to Hon. Paul Nmah, Chairman DIDA at Asaba while Chief Lucky Oghene-Omoru DG DIDA (right) and others watch.

He assured the donor that the vehicle would be put to proper use to further boost the activities of the Agency.

The DIDA Chairman thanked His Excellency Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa for his support in ensuring that DIDA is positioned to meet its set goals.

The Director General DIDA, Chief Lucky Oghene-Omoru who also spoke at the occasion said that the gesture is a welcomed development and would aid the Agency in executing its core mandate of investments promotion and marketing.

“We will strive to increase the tempo of our marketing efforts of the numerous investment potentials in Delta State to ensure that the Agency attracts more Foreign and Local Direct Investments to the State.” Chief Oghene-Omoru said.

The Director General commended Delking Multiple Concepts Ltd for their vision of investing in Delta State and assured them that DIDA will continue to partner with them.

The Managing Director Delking Multiple Concepts Ltd Mr. Henry Nwabuzor in his address at the occasion said that their company is into transportation, haulage, logistics, infrastructural investment, waste management and consultancy services with offices in major cities in South- South region of the country, Delta State inclusive.

Mr. Nwabuzor extolled the support his company has received from DIDA, “Our relationship with DIDA started in 2017 when we indicated interest in the investment and development programme of His Excellency, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa , the Executive Governor of Delta State.

“In May, 2018 through the recommendation of DIDA, Delta State Government approved and awarded a 50years concession to Delking Multiple Concepts Ltd as a Project Executor to design, finance, build, operate and transfer a modern Trailer/Tanker Park at Ekpan, Delta State.” Mr. Nwabuzor said.

He further stated that his company Delking Multiple Concepts Ltd was also given approval to renovate, manage and operate the existing Tanker Park at Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA) Expressway, Ekpan, Delta State.

Speaking further on the support his company has received from DIDA, Mr. Nwabuzor said that in January, 2020 through the recommendation of DIDA, they were awarded the construction of 3km access road from Nigercat Junction on DSC/NPA Expressway through Izakpo road to the new Tanker Park, Ekpan, Delta State.

“It is worthy to note that DIDA has been of tremendous support to Delking Multiple Concepts Ltd as an investor and in the execution of the projects as stated above.

“In appreciation of the unalloyed support and in furtherance of our mutual relationship with DIDA, we are pleased to present this Toyota Hilux Police Vehicle to DIDA. We hope that this vehicle will contribute immensely to the operational performance of DIDA in the discharge of their duties to the Delta State Government.” Mr. Nwabuzor stated

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