Former candidate for Delta State House of Assembly for Isoko South Constituency II, Hon Oreva Olodia, has congratulated the newly appointed Isoko sons and daughters into the various boards and government parastatal by Delta State governor, Dr. Sen Ifeanyi Okowa.
He charged them to use their wealth of experience to reposition the various boards they are assigned to, as well as work in line with the quick delivery of a stronger Delta vision and to attract development to Isoko nation.
Hon Olodia stated this while addressing journalists in Ozoro in Isoko North Local Government Area of the state.
“I want to sincerely congratulate the MD DESOPADEC, Chief Askia Ogieh, Comrade Chief Ovuzorie Macaulay, Dr. Paul Oweh, Chief James Obeuwor, Churchill Amagada, Prince Johnson Erijo and among other Isoko appointees for their well-deserved appointments into their various offices.
“I implored them to justify the confidence reposed in them by the State Governor by being dedicated to their assigned roles and should not consider their appointments as stomach infrastructure fulfilment.”
He lauded Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for selecting competent hands from Isoko nations into his second term administration to assist him in the delivery of a stronger Delta vision.
Hon Olodia also noted that, there is need for all hands to be on deck in the delivery of a stronger Delta vision and called on all Isoko appointees to make their contributions meaningful in the realization of the vision.
While expressing confidence that all the appointees from Isoko nation would perform excellently well, he reminded them that Deltans had high expectations of the present administration and that they should not be disappointed.
“As you discharge your duties bear it in mind that you will be put under pressure but you must be focused and determined to achieve the set goals that is required of you, you must not be distracted but maintain the pathway towards service delivery and when you achieve result, Deltans and the good people of Isoko nation will be proud of you,” Hon Olodia stated.