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Osinbajo’s visit to Delta: Olaye commends politicians, chiefs from Gbaramatu

By Ebi Jones

The National Secretary of New Nigerian Democratic Evolution, Engr. Messiah Olaye has commended the Deputy Governor of Delta State, Barr. Kingsley Otuaro and other political leaders from Gbaramatu Kingdom in Delta State for holding the tenets of democracy which he said have contributed meaningfully in the development of the Kingdom.

Olaye, who is also a PDP Chieftain in a chat with GbaramatuVoice in his office at Warri, while commending political bigwigs from Gbaramatu, added that the successful hosting of the Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yomi Osinbajo earlier in the month was a thing of joy.

Osinbajo was in the state for an official visit of which he visited Gbaramatu Kingdom. On his visit to the Kingdom, he was in the palace of Pere and also commissioned road projects in Okerenkoko Community.

Olaye said, “I would want to send my gratitude to political leaders from Gbaramatu Kingdom and the traditional council who in their wisdom hosted Vice President, Prof. Yomi Osinbajo on his official visit to the Kingdom.

“The Vice President commissioned roads in Okerenkoko, and I would appreciate the wisdom of the influencers of the initiative. It is a welcome development. They have tried as leaders by attracting development to Okerenkoko community and Gbaramatu Kingdom at large.”

 Olaye nonetheless hinted some issues in Okerenkoko that needed urgent attention. His views were some housing units in the community that needed to be completed but have been left for years.

“All the housing units that are half way in Okerenkoko, I implore the government to ensure they are completed. This include other social amenities like drinkable water needed in the community should be provided.”

Olaye added that university graduates and those with vocational skills in the area should be engaged in meaningful jobs in order to earn a living. He congratulated Hon. Emomotimi Guwor as Member, Delta State House of Assembly, representing Warri South-West.

He asked all hand to be on deck to enable development reach the nook and cranny of the state.

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