The Deputy Governor of Delta State, Sir Monday Onyeme, has assured Deltans that the Governor Sheriff Oborevwori administration will not abandon any project in the state.
Sir Onyeme stated this on Friday at his office in Asaba when he received on a courtesy call elders and stakeholders from Ogume Clan, Ndokwa West, led by Chief Benson Ogwu.
Sir Onyeme assured the elders and stakeholders of the determination of the Oborevwori administration to bring development to the people through the MORE Agenda, adding that no area would be neglected in the state.
According to him, “Any project that was previously not funded will be given due consideration and funded and completed during this administration.”
The deputy governor, who urged the people to be united for more development to be achieved in the their clan, expressed appreciation of the state government for their solidarity and support.
“I want to thank you for the solidarity and support you have shown us thus far. I urge you to continue to support us so that we will have the strength to continue to deliver the dividends of democracy to our people,” he said.
Sir Onyeme noted that the M.O.R.E. Agenda would be more effective with unity and cooperation among indigenes of the various clans and communities and appealed to the elders and stakeholders to be united.
“We should unite ourselves. If we refuse to unite ourselves, many things will continue to elude us as a people. We don’t need to fight among ourselves; we should come together. This is the time to keep everything behind us and form a common front for the benefit of us,” Onyeme stated.
“The M.O.R.E. Agenda of this administration is committed to the development of the state, but we must stay united because the more united we are, the more we are able to get things done for ourselves and the state,” he added.
Earlier in an address, Chief Festus Enukegu, said the visit was to congratulate Sir Onyeme on his emergence as the Deputy Governor of Delta State and to pledge their solidarity and support for the state government.
Chief Enukegu also assured the deputy governor that the people of Ogume Clan would continue to work for the state government and PDP and appealed for more government presence in Ogume Clan.
He expressed satisfaction with the landmark achievements of the Oborevwori administration within 100 days in office, adding that the recent N78 billion contract award of three flyover bridges by the state government was a pointer to the determination to develop the state.
Present at the ceremony were the Commissioner for Urban Renewal, Hon. Mike Anoka; Deputy Chief of Staff, Sir Christopher Osakwe, and the Ndokwa West Local Government Chairman, Hon. Obi Nzete.