Oborevwori Deserves Support, Not Destructive Criticism — Engr. Onokpasa




…..Says Delta State Contributory Health Commission (DSCHC) is digitalising healthcare service delivery to every indigene of Delta State, ……Encourages deltans to sign up and gives deserved applause to the MORE Agenda of the Oborevwori Administration.


Engr.Matthew Onokpasa, Ughelli North Council Chairmanship Aspirant has said the state needs a visionary, goal-driven community service-oriented governor like H.E, Sheriff Oborevwori and that he deserves support, not destructive criticism.


The incoming Ughelli North local government Çhairmanship Aspirant, Engr Onokpasa made the remarks on Wednesday, while playing host to Muslim faithful during the celebration of Eid-El-Fitri in Ughelli.


While passing a vote of confidence on the governor, he remarked that what the state needs now is not rancour or bickering, but love, peace and unity irrespective of political and ideological differences as “it does not pay to run people down for no just reason.”


Onokpasa noted that in spite of all provocative utterances by mischief-makers in the state, the governor had maintained equanimity.


He said: “We believe that Delta State needs a leader who is visionary, goal driven and community service-oriented like H.E,Sheriff Oborevwori .


“Therefore, we ask that he should rather be supported and not be destructively criticised. Let us all join hands with him to build Delta State.


“In spite of all provocative utterances by these mischief-makers, this great leader has maintained equanimity, a political trait that is in short supply among politicians.


According to him, the governor had, within almost one year in office, encouragingly put some reforms in progress, saying good governance was now in place, while democracy dividends were now assured and secured. He added: “His distinction between politics and governance in Delta State is legendary , a clue from H E,Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa school of leadership.


The incoming council chairman, Onokpasa, however, urged the governor to look critically into the area of education, especially class congestion and perhaps maintain a standard of about 30 pupils to a teacher.


Onokpasa also urged the governor to encourage mechanised farming across all senatorial zones, youth empowerment as well as security as he embarked on his second year in office.

Omamuzo Efidhere

Omamuzo Efidhere is a registered member of the Nigerian Union of Journalist


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