Warri/Effurun Water Project to be Ready Soon
Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State,has said that the $23 million Warri/Effurun Water Project started twenty (20) years ago was not a jinx, saying it will soon be ready for use. Keywords:
Already, he said, test-run of the water project had started and attributed the failed portions of the ever busy Airport Road to burst pipes as a result of the test-run.
He also blamed the excess flooding in the oil-rich city of Warri to the test-run of the water project. He revealed too that the State Government recently paid out #850 million for the project to get off the ground again.
Uduaghan Condemns Attack on UPU Executive.
The Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, has condemned the attack on the Executive Committee Members of the Urhobo Progress Union (UPU) by some hoodlums on Wednesday in Ughelli, Ughelli North Local Government Area. Keywords:
Urhobo Progress Union, UPU , Warri, Felix Ibru
Warri|Effurun Water Scheme:
Majemite Decries Slow Pace of Work.
Contractors handling the Warri/Effurun Water Project have been told to redouble their efforts to ensure the early completion of the water scheme. Keywords:
The Hon. Commissioner for Special Duties, Government House, Barr. Fred Majemite, whose office supervises the project, gave the charge while on routine inspection to the project site. He decried the slow pace of work while been conducted round the site, adding that the state Government places a high priority on the timely completion of the scheme.
Fred Majemite, Warri, Effurun
Oil & Gas Commission:
Lawmaker Lauds Uduaghan’s Offer.
LAW-MAKER representing Warri Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Mr. Daniel Reyenieju, has lauded the governor of Delta State over the state’s willingness to host the headquarters of the Oil and Gas Commission and provide temporary office building and logistics for a period of one year for the immediate take-off of the commission as most commendable and proactive. Keywords:
Daniel Reyenieju, Nigeria Gas Content Development Law 2010 , Itsekiri, Olu of Warri
NIPSS Boss Commends Uduaghan on Roads, Bridges.
THE Director-General of the Nigerian Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS, Kuru, Jos, Plateau State, Prof. Aja Akpyru Aja, has commended Delta State governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, for undertaking the construction of the over N25.3 billion Trans-Warri/Ode-Itsekiri bridges and access roads project.
Aja Akpyru Aja, NIPSS, Kuru, Jos, Otimeyin Adams, Warri Ode-Itsekiri
DTSG to Provide Mechanic Village for Warri and Effurun.
Delta State Government is poised to provide mechanic villages for the twin cities Warri and Effurun, Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan announced in Effurun at the weekend. Keywords:
Warri, Uvwie, Jihad Aoun, Peter Abugewa
Koko Indigenes Support Uduaghan on EPZ Project.
THE umbrella body of Koko indigenes, Koko Progressive Union, KPU, has called for support for Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan and the Export Processing Zone, EPZ, project by all sons and daughters of the town. Keywords:
Koko Progressive Union, KPU, Export Processing Zone, EPZ, Walter Odeli, Warri
Delta Unfolds Initiatives for Non-Oil Investors.
Flags-off Industrial Park's Masterplan.
THE troubled Niger Delta region may soon become a haven for non-oil investors, going by the plans of Delta State government to upscale infrastructural development for prospective manufacturers and sector operators. Keywords:
Warri, Evelyn Oputu , Osubi Airport, Asaba - Ughelli, Warri-Effurun, Ugbeni- Koko
Delta to Partner Foreign Investors on Oil, Gas.
GOVERNOR Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State has announced plan by his administration to partner with foreign investors to boost growth in the oil and gas and the agricultural sectors of the state's economy. Keywords:
Warri Industrial Business Park
Delta Frees 65 Detainees.
CHIEF Judge of Delta State, Justice Roseline Bozimo, has ordered the immediate release of 65 awaiting trial inmates who had no case files to prosecute them. Keywords:
Roseline Bozimo, Warri Prisons , Kwale Prisons, Sapele Prisons , Sapele Remand Home, Ogwashi-Uku Prisons