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Oborevwori Inspects Riverine Roads
Governor Sheriff Oborevwori on a. Inspection visit to ongoing projects in Riverine Communities

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Mulade Commends Oborevwori’s Riverine Visit, Calls for Road Project Transformation


Renowned environmental rights and development advocate, Chief (Comrade) Mulade Sheriff, has commended the Executive Governor of Delta State, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori, for his recent working visit to riverine communities in Delta State, including the oil-rich Kokodiagbene Community in Gbaramatu Kingdom, Warri South-West Local Government Area.

Chief Mulade, the Ibe-Serimowei of Gbaramatu Kingdom, appreciated the Governor’s efforts to inspect ongoing projects in the riverine communities ahead of his one-year anniversary in office. He also acknowledged the Governor’s commitment to continuity, ensuring that no project is abandoned in the state, especially riverine projects.

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However, Chief Mulade highlighted the need to transform the concrete walk-way projects in the riverine area into functional roads by linking them to neighboring communities.

He appealed to Governor Oborevwori to expedite the necessary action to connect the communities of Okerenkoko, Pepe-ama, Ogidadino, Edeba, Ekpemu, Kokodiagbene, and Jones Creek Flow Station, thereby adding economic value to the people and the state.

The peace ambassador urged the Governor to transform the walk-ways into befitting legacy projects, aligning with his administration’s MORE AGENDA Posterity project for riverine communities in the state.

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