We’ll deploy more resources to other sectors in 2022 —Okowa
Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has said that every sector of the state’s economy would receive attention within available resources in 2022.
Okowa, while inaugurating Omene Road, Lawrence/Iju Road and Laboard Road in Sapele, as well as Hon. Onosa Road, Jesse and Sargin Erhivieta/Mission Road Jesse, in Ethiope West Local Council of the state.
Other projects executed by the state government, also inaugurated by Okowa, included the Oghara Modern Market and Ogini Grammar School in Ogharaefe, Ethiope West Local Council. Inaugurating the road projects, Okowa said more attention would be paid to other sectors by next year.
“I am glad that these three roads that we are commissioning, today, in Sapele have been executed to specification, as the Commissioner for Works, Urban Roads and Highways has said. We will continue to provide road infrastructure because we realised the importance of providing good roads for our people.”
Speaking at Ogini Grammar School, Ogharaefe, the governor said he was impressed with the state-of-the-art facilities, and that the school would be renamed as Ogini Model College, Ogharaefe.
He noted that out of the 12 model secondary school projects initiated by former Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan administration, one was completed and inaugurated by Uduaghan before he left office as governor.
Okowa pointed out that nine of the model schools inherited by his administration had been completed, while the remaining two would be completed before the end of his tenure, calling on communities to protect government projects and facilities from vandals.
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