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ASABA -The Acting Governor of Delta State, Barr. (Deacon) Kingsley Burutu Otuaro has reaffirm the prosperity for all Deltans agenda during their electioneering campaigns while stressing that Governor Ifeanyi Okowa will not deprive any part of Delta State from the spread of developmental projects as the present economic recession will not derail the “prosperity for all” agenda.

Otuaro gave the assurance, during the weekend at Oleh, in Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State during a stakeholders meeting of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of Delta South Senatorial District where a vote of confidence was passed on Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and his Deputy, Barr. Kingsley Otuaro, in running the affairs of the State. Chairman of Delta South senatorial district of the party, Prince Emmanuel Amgbaduba said the meeting was convened to unite aggrieved members over the last congresses to enable the party move on in strength and deliver on its promises.

Otuaro’s assurance of development to all parts is coming against grumblings in few quarters that their areas were left out in Governor Okowa’s remarkable performance in the past one year in office. The acting governor, who sued for patience, told newsmen that having regard for Okowa’s commitment of the administration to the guidance of God, he had confidence that prosperity will spread to all corners of the state.

The vote of confidence by Hon. Solomon Funkekeme, former Deputy Speaker of the State’s House of Assembly, seconded by Mr. Solomon Areyinka, and unanimously adopted, the PDP stalwarts lauded Okowa and his deputy, Otuaro, for managing scarce resources in a recession to a harvest of projects in just one year.

Party stalwarts who attended the meeting include Comrade Macaulay Ovuozuorie, Hon. Denghan Macauley, Rtd Wing Commander Peter Biakpara, Hon. Emmanuel Egbabor, Hon. Ithiako Ikpokpo, among several others.


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