Government House Watch
Acting Governor Drums Support for Uduaghan's Re-election.
The Acting Governor of Delta State Prince Sam Obi has promised total support for the re-election of Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan and urged PDP faithful in the state to sell the Uduaghan candidacy to the electorate. Keywords:
Peter Nwaoboshi, Ifeanyi Okowa
Acting Governor Place Embargo on Foreign Trips.
The Acting Governor of Delta State, Prince Sam Obi has placed embargo on foreign Trips for Political Appointees and top Government Functionaries in the state.
Prince Obi who disclosed this during a meeting with permanent Secretaries in the state in Asaba also directed Permanent Secretaries to submits the host of all completed projects that could be commissioned next month.
Delta Acting Governor Dissolves Exco.
DELTA Acting Governor, Prince Sam Obi, yesterday, dissolved the State Executive Council, thereby sending the Commissioners packing, promising to reconstitute a new executive in the near future. Keywords:
Beatrice Omeni,Ngozi Okolie, Paulinus Akpeki, Leonard Esegbue, Dumbiri Uweh, David Ekereokosu, Brave Enodeh.
Acting Governor Lauds LGA Chairmen on Development.
The Acting Governor of Delta State. Prince Sam Obi has commended Local Government Chairmen in the state for fast tracking development at the grass root.
Prince Obi who disclosed this at a meeting with the local government chairmen in the state explained that they have individually and collectively contributed their quota to the development of the state.
He noted that the chairmen have contributed to the transformation of the state and improvement of the well being of Deltans saying "I thank you all for co-operating with this administration to move development forward."
Check Flow of Small Arms to Niger-Delta.
Uduaghan Tells EU
Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan has called on the French authorities to prevail on its colleagues at the European Union (EU) to check the inflow of small arms to the Niger Delta region and Nigeria in general.
The Governor, who made the call in Asaba at the weekend when the French Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Jean Dumond paid him a courtesy visit, said such efforts will go a long way in checking violence and criminal activities in the Niger Delta region.
Besides ensuring peace and security, he noted that such move will create the enabling environment for foreign investors to invest in the region and Delta State in particular
Delta State 2011 Budget to Drop Low.
Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan has hinted that the state 2011 budget might drop lower than the current fiscal year due to fall in funds accruing to the state.
Uduaghan Swears in Three Perm Secs.
Delta State Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan yesterday swore in three permanent secretaries. Keywords:
Steve Ifeanyi Megwai, Maria Emuamuzieh Adaigbe , Edwin Egwonomu Ogidi-Gbegbaje.
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
Uduaghan Commended on Infrastructural Development.
The Deputy National Chairman of PDP Dr. Bello Mohammed has commended Delta State governor Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan for accelerating the development of infrastructure in the state. Keywords:
Bello Mohammed , Hajia Inna Ciroma, Rufia Akali
Ekpan Oil Spill: Chevron Must Take Responsibility.
Delta State Deputy Governor, Professor Amos Utuama (SAN) has tasked Chevron Nigeria Limited to take full responsibility and be prepared to pay compensation for the oil spill that devastated fish farms at Ekpan in Uvwie Local Government Area of the State. Keywords:
Amos Utuama, Bello Orubebe , Victor Otomewo, Ekpan Fish Farm