The Delta State Commissioner for Information, Chike Ogeah Esq., has sued for continued support for Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan from Deltans so as to engender more development across the state.
Commissioner Ogeah made this appeal while receiving members of Uduaghan Ladies Vanguard, who paid him a courtesy visit in his office Asaba.
The Commissioner, who was represented by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Mr Ben Igo, said that the ministry would not hesitate to give them the needed support, especially as it concern the publicity of their activities whenever such was required.
He state that the Commissioner’s appointment was in recognition of his track records during the Uduaghan campaign era, adding that he had given the people genuine, accuracy and precis information about the policies and programmes of government adding that his appointment was well deserved.
Earlier in an address, the President of the Association, Hon. Bridget Mmakwe who congratulated the commissioner on his appointment, said that the group had been following his activities since his appointment, saying that he had distinguished himself so far.
She used the opportunity to commend Governor Uduaghan for the commissioner’s appointment.
Hon. Mmakwe, however, solicited with government to come to their aid, especially in the area of transportation to ease the transport challenges confronting the organization.
In another development, the State Commissioner for Information, Chike Ogeah Esq., has assured non indigenes living in the State of Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan’s readiness to touch their lives positively.
Barr. Ogeah, who gave the assurance while receiving Members of Yoruba Community in Delta State, led by its President, Rev. Dr. M.A Ajenogboju in Asaba, said that the present government would continue to accord them the needed attention in the scheme of things.
He said that they had already become worthy citizens of the state, adding that they should continue to support Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan in his drive to actualize his 3 point agenda, even as he stated that their appreciation of the Governor’s effort at ensuring their welfare would engender him to do more for them as well as the state in general.
Earlier, the leader of the group, Rev. Dr. M. A. Ajenigboja, said that they were in his office to congratulate him on his well deserved appointment, saying that his credibility over the years was a factor that led to his appointment.
Rev. Ajenogboja commended the Governor for his appointment, stressing that the Commissioner’s appointment showed that the Governor was sensitive to the needs of the people.
He said that the governor had done a lot for the state, saying that he should not be deterred by the actions of the opposition since he had been piloting the affairs of the state creditably well.
In a related development, the commissioner also played host to the members of the Asaba Christian Believers Association, who paid him a courtesy visit.
The commissioner urged them to pray fervently for Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan in his desire to give the state good governance.
He said that government would provide an enabling environment for job creation for the teeming youths in the state, adding that the governor in his own wisdom, created the Ministry of Youths Development and Poverty Alleviation Ministry to serve as veritable platforms for job creation for the jobless youths in the state.
Barr. Ogeah stated that the Ministry of Youths Development had the mandate of sourcing and training of youths in order to make them self reliant, stressing that government alone could not offer employment for them.
He said that the Asaba International Airport, Liaison Park in Udu as well as the Petro-Chemical Company in Warri among others, would help boost employment generation in the state.
Earlier in an address, the leader of the association, Dr. Geoffrey Onyeanwali said that their objectives included fostering unity among their people, building a good will and peace in the land, as well as provides the spiritual and humanitarian services to the less privilege in the society among others.