Mulade Commends Okowa Over Roads Maintenance, Felicitates With Christians At Christmas

Ifeanyi Okowa
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa

A Niger Delta Human rights activist, Comrade Sheriff Mulade has commended Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for the construction and maintenance of several roads in different part of Delta State, stating that the transformation of the roads will make movement easier when completed.

Comrade Mulade who spoke with newsmen at the weekend in Warri, Delta State noted that good roads are among the numerous infrastructural developments which Deltans are yearning for, adding that roads construction in riverine communities are more important to give people of oil producing communities a sense of belonging.

He felicitated with Governor Okowa and Deltans on the Yuletide season and urged Deltans to be security conscious so as to avoid unnecessary loss of lives and properties during the Yuletide.

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Comrade Mulade who is also Environmental activist appealed to security agencies to be more proactive and diligent with intelligence gathering so that security breach could be tackled before it becomes obvious.

Comrade Sheriff Mulade
Comrade Sheriff Mulade

He also urged leaders at various levels to extend good will and cheerful giving to the needy, adding that those experiencing difficulty to feed need to be assisted with food items so that the joy of the season can spread to even less privileged.

In his words; “I wish all Deltans a happy Christmas and new year in advance. I urge all our people to remain peaceful and law abiding, though many people are experiencing hardship and low-key Christmas celebration due to bad economy, we are hopeful that the clamour for good governance through our advocacy and programmes will usher in better times and a Prosperous New Year. So, we should keep hope alive”.

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