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Delta Government Approves Full Upgrade of Digital Equipment for DBS Asaba


The Delta State Government has approved the installation of equipment in Delta Broadcasting Service (DBS), Asaba, that will digitalize the station for optimal performance.

Commissioner for Information, Chief Patrick Ukah stated this on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 during an inspection of facilities within the premises of DBS, Asaba.

The Commissioner stated that the state Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, is keen on putting the state owned media organisations on the right footing by ensuring that up to date equipment are being procured.

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He stated that apart from equipping the studios, the station will also be renovated but the ongoing drainage system work within DBS, Asaba, will be completed before the renovation will commence.

Chief Ukah urged the staff to reciprocate the government gesture by being more committed and dedicated in the discharge of their duties in order to justify the huge investment as well as the confidence reposed in them.

On training for the staff of government owned media outfits, the Commissioner noted that government is very much aware of the need to train and retrain the staff for them to handle modern equipment and modern day tools of broadcasting.

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Chief Ukah, while appreciating the challenges being faced by the staff, commended the management and staff for their resilience and promised that government will continue to do all that it can to encourage them thereby creating an enabling working environment that will lead to better output.

The Commissioner was accompanied by the functioning Permanent Secretary in the ministry, Mr. Paul Osahor, and some top management staff of the ministry.


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