BY MICHAEL J. EKOKORUWE
The Chairman of Isoko South local government area, hon. Victor Asasa says, the people of Isoko South should expect more developmental projects towards human capital and infrastructural development of the area.
Asasa gave the remark when he laid the foundation of the primary health care center permanent building for Oleh Ward 2, at the Local Education Authority office Oleh, Isoko South local government area of Delta State.
He stated that the project will be completed in two months if funds are available, adding that the good health of the people is paramount and will be sustained in his administration.
To further make health care accessable to the people, the local government boss provided temporary health care center at Oleh Ward 2, a sick bay for immediate health needs of staff in the council area and free periodical health programs across the local government area.
Hon. Asasa renovated the Oleh market lock up shops, provided solar powered lights in many communities of Isoko South and furnitures for primary schools in the area.
As part of his campaign promises to impact on the people, Asasa provided 200 pieces of Knapsack weed control equipment for women farmers, renovated Oleh community main abattoir, purchased sienna bus for members of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) and Isoko South Nigeria Union of Teacher’s (NUT) amongst other people oriented projects in the area.