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There Are More Civil Ways of Channeling Grievances – Okowa

3 June 2016 State

Delta state governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa has appealed to those who are involved in pipelines vandalisation to sheath their swords and employ civil approach to address issues.
The Governor made the call while commissioning Jeddo/Ughoton road in Okpe Local Government Area of the state recently as part of activities to mark his one year in office.
The governor who condemned the incessant pipeline vandalization said it is very bad for Delta State, saying the State is suffering from pollution, and communities are affected.

Commissioning the road, Governor Okowa said the Orodje of Okpe, HRM Orhue I, drew his attention to the deplorable state of the road and commended the contractor for the speedy delivery.

Orodje of Okpe, Orhue I in a brief speech, congratulated Deltans for having a listening governor, disclosing that only a phone call attracted Governor Okowa to construct the road, which also leads to the community where the Commissioner for Works, Chief James Augoye hails from.

“Our governor is a listening governor; we want to thank him, Okpe people deserve to say thank you because only one phone call to you and this road was done,” the Orodje said.
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