Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa (2nd left); Commissioner for Works, Chief James Augoye (right); Principal Partner/CEO Engr. John Onwualu, of JEFCON & ASSOCIATE LTD (left) and Engr Wan (2nd right) of CCECC construction Company, during the Governor;s of the on-going drainage work at Camp 74 in Asaba
ASABA- Delt State Governor, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa has assured Deltans that he will always be in the field to ensure that contracts are executed to their satisfaction.
The governor dropped the hint today (Wednesday) during the inspection of the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba, venue for the 2018 edition of African Senior Athletics Championship. Accompanied by the Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, members of the state executive council and other political aides, Governor Okowa also inspected drainage projects at the DBS road and the water discharge point at Camp 74, along Anwai road, Asaba.
According to the governor, “I am always on the move to inspect projects because, I believe governance is not about sitting in the office always, my desire is for the right thing to be done for our people, I am elected to work that is why I am always in the field to have first-hand information about the progress of work.”
“I have implicit confidence in my aides, the way I work have greatly inspired them to be on their feet always because, we are working as a team to deliver on our mandate of making life better for our people,” he said.
Governor Okowa expressed satisfaction with the pace of work at the sites he visited, disclosing that plans were on to ensure good management of the stadium after the tournament
While expressing confidence that the Stephen Keshi Stadium will “obviously beyond the best stadium in the country,” Governor Okowa stated that the state will partner with the federal government for more tournaments to be held regularly at the stadium.