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Prof. Sam Aghalino, Chairman, Governing Council, College of Education, Warri
Prof. Sam Aghalino, Chairman, Governing Council, College of Education, Warri


Okowa Has Improved Delta State’s Standard – Prof. Aghalino

By Iteveh Ekpokpobe 

Chairman, Governing Council of College of Education, Warri, Prof. Sam Aghalino, described Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa as a game changer who has improved the fortunes of Delta State through incessant development strides.

Aghalino in a Democracy Day statement on behalf of the Governing Council, Management, Staff and students of College of Education, Warri, said that Okowa’s three years stay in office has ushered in unquantifiable development.

According to him, in retrospection, so far, the state government ably led by Okowa has done a lot to improve the lives of Deltans.

He said inter alia, “you have added value to governance with your progressive SMART policies and programmes that have revolutionised key sectors especially in the area of education, job creation, road rehabilitation and construction, health and visible  empowerment, among others.”

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Prof. Aghalino said, “We can’t thank you enough for your deep commitment to the development of the College of Education, Warri, especially through exemplary assistance in the  accreditation of our programmes.”

“I most heartily felicitate with our visionary Visitor, His Excellency, Sen. Ifeanyi Okowa on his three years in office as Governor of our beloved Delta State today, May 29, 2018. In this auspicious Democracy day, this is wishing you more fruitful years of service to Deltans as 2019 beckons. Congratulations, our Visitor.” He added.

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