Delta Government boosts security in the state, unfolds plan to build Ecumenical Centre

Posted by News Express | 28 March 2019 | 691 times

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•Delta Information Commissioner Patrick Ukah

The Delta State Executive Council has approved the extension of landing jetty and foreshore wall at the Nigerian Navy Ship Yard in Warri as part of efforts to ensure adequate security in the state.

The state Commissioner for Information, Chief Patrick Ukah, disclosed this in Asaba on Tuesday after the State Executive Council meeting presided over by the state Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, at the EXCO Chamber, Government House, Asaba.

Chief Ukah said that the approval is to boost security in the state and ensure the safety of lives and property of those living in Delta State.

In addition to this, the Commissioner for Information revealed that EXCO also approved the completion of the remodelling of Central Hospital, Asaba, and cash awards to members of Delta State contingent to the 19th National Sports Festival held in Abuja last year.

Other approvals include the reconstruction of old Adeje Road, Adeje in Okpe Local Government Area, rehabilitation/construction of Delta Broadcasting Service (DBS) and Isho Road, Ubulu Uku in Aniocha South and the construction of Ecumenical Centre of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Asaba, Delta State.


Source: News Express

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