By Chris Ochayi
ABUJA: A member of the Delta State Waterways and Land Security Committee, and Chairman of Amnesty Program, Phase 2, Ambassador Kingsley Muturu has congratulated Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on his re-election as the governor of Delta State.
Ambassador Muturu described Dr Okowa’s re-election as well deserving “and a testament to the good works the governor has been doing in the state in the past four years.”
Speaking in a statement made available to journalists in Abuja, the Peace Ambassador said, “Dr Ifeanyi Okowa re-election for the second four years showed the implicit confidence the people of Delta repose in him. It is an eloquent endorsement of the good works he has been doing and many more he is about doing.”
Amb. Muturu thanked the reelected governor for what he described as “his numerous completed and ongoing projects in Bomadi Local Government. Such projects as rehabilitation of Bomadi water works, construction of Zion Road to Winners, construction of NEPA Towers across Bomadi River, renovation of Bomadi general hospital and construction of an ultramodern market are just but a few of the many dividends of democracy enjoyed by Bomadi people in the first term of Governor Okowa.
“While we appreciate your efforts in bringing these projects to Bomadi people, especially the completed ones, we also wish to seize this medium to call on you to prevail on the contractors handling the yet-to-be-completed projects to expedite actions in bringing ongoing projects to completion within the contractual time frame. For instance, the construction of NEPA Tower across Bomadi River, though completed, but we are yet to have electricity power in the areas it is meant to serve.
“I plead with the governor to continue to carry everyone along in this second term and make it an all-inclusive government as he is the governor of all Deltans irrespective of political party or religious affiliation.
“Once again we congratulate you on your well deserved victory at the polls, and wish you an even more peaceful and fruitful second term on the driver’s seat of the government of Delta State.”