Deputy Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Friday Ossai Osanebi has said Governor Okowa , through his leadership style in the last 3 years,has demonstrated uncommon capacity and has transformed Delta State beyond imagination.
The Deputy Speaker said this today when chatting with news men in Asaba, added that Governor Okowa was divinely sent at a time like this to change the fortune of Delta State. “My friends, without all contractions Governor Okowa has demonstrated uncommon leadership capacity and Deltans have every reason to rejoice”.He said Osanebi noted that democracy has brought joy to Deltans and Nigerians at large,adding that Governor Okowa,has managed scarce resources to effect the desired transformation and prosperity, he has sworn to deliver to Deltans.
Osanebi noted that Governor Okowa within three years has employed diligence and prudence in transforming the state making the whole state construction site, with many construction works going on simultaneously in the nooks and crannies of Delta state.
He further said that the present administration has taken giant steps towards economic, political and social awakening to deepen Delta beyond oil and lay sustainable economic and infrastructural development. “His Excellency Sen. Ifeanyi Okowa, three years ago, upon assumption of office, blocked all leakages, made corruption unattractive and ensured prudent management and accountability to attract investors. This won him the confidence of Deltans . He has demystified political power and office, that is why everybody including opposition elements, sees him as the central point for the fertilisation of ideas.” Osanebi noted.
He further said that,Delta State is witnessing uncommon transformation in wealth creation, health institutions, agriculture, industrialisation, rural and infrastructural development, peace building and inter-ethnic relations among others.
Osanebi revealed that the governor has indeed demonstrated rear capacity, dding that the governor has stimulated all economic relevant departments of the state.