Amb. Shedrack Agediga, the Executive Director, Planning Research and Statistics in the board of the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC), has lauded the giant footprints of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa.
Agediga made the commendation in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of Delta State.
In a signed statement on Thursday, Agediga reassured the ‘Road Master’ of his unalloyed support in the remaining days of his administration.
“On behalf of my family, I especially congratulate our dear leader and governor of Delta state; Governor Ifeanyi A. Okowa for his giant footprints that have put delta state on the global map.
“Today, Delta is stronger at 30 because of the dynamic public policies and rapid infrastructural development of your very focused administration that have continued to apply the bottom-top approach of consultation to solving the challenges of all Deltans.
“Your excellency, you have delivered on the prosperity you promised Deltans, even in the face of a dwindling National economy amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, you showed Deltans that you are a great administrator with an excellent leadership spirit.
“We are proud of you and be rest assured of my unalloyed loyalty and commitment to the Stronger Delta Agenda that has continued to put smiles on the faces of Deltans.
Happy 30th Anniversary to Delta State!
Delta state was created on August 27, 1991, by former military Head of State, Ibrahim Babangida.
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