As part of his administration’s plan to finish strong on its policy objectives and fully implement its three-point development agenda, Delta State Governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan has vowed to execute and complete more developmental projects this new year, for the people of the state.
Uduaghan, who gave the assurance on New Year’s day when the Ovwor-Olomu Community in Ughelli South Local Government Area of the state paid him a thank you visit at his resident in Warri, noted that emphasis would be on people-oriented projects.
However, he disclosed that it was impossible for the administration to meet with the expectations of all Deltans or of all communities in the state in terms of execution of projects.
According to him, several towns and cities being developed simultaneously in the state, a situation which he stressed has made it difficult for the administration’s efforts was doing to be fully appreciated.
The Governor thanked the Ovwor-Olomu Community for appreciating what his administration was doing explaining that appreciation and loyalty and support go a long way to encourage people, benefactors and the government to do more.
“It is encouraging when people say thank you, this expression of gratitude will make Delta State government to do more for your community.”
In particular, he commended, Olorogun John Oguma, an indigene of Ovwor-Olomu Community for his loyalty, for being a conscientious contractor and strong supporter of the People’s Democratic Party in the state.
Earlier, the President-General of Ovwor-Olomu Community, Chief Amos Oyoroko said the people of the community were grateful to Uduaghan’s administration for tarring nine major streets in the community, constructing ultra-modern primary school in the community, among others.