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Warri North and South set to host Governor Okowa’s Town Hall Meetings

In continuation of the third phase of the Town Hall meetings, inspection and commissioning of projects by the Governor of Delta State, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, the team will visit Warri North and Warri South Local Government Areas on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 3 and 4, 2018.

A statement signed by the state Commissioner for Information and Chairman of the organising committee of the event, Mr. Patrick Ukah, disclosed that the Governor will commission 5 projects in Warri North on Tuesday.

The projects are Access Road to Awaritse Industrial Park, Obitugbo (Phase 1), Korobe Road, Koko, Lucky Kpenosen Road, Koko, Iwere College Road,  Koko, and Alema College,  Abigborodo.

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Same day, Senator Okowa will visit the Olu of Warri between 2.20pm and 2.50pm and thereafter embark on the commissioning of the rehabilitated NPA Bye Pass Road (from New Port Gate to Old Port Gate), Esiri Road, off Upper Erejuwa, Warri, Ugberikoko-Poloko Market Road and Hon. Chief Frank Omare Crescent, Okumagba Layout.

The Governor will also inspect the dualization of Effurun-Enerhen Road and the construction of Access Road, Ubeji same Tuesday.

On Wednesday, Senator Okowa will hold Town Hall meetings with persons drawn from different groups in the two local government areas at Federal Government College Hall in Warri South by 10am and Community Hall, Koko, by 1pm.

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The meetings are meant to provide the Governor the opportunity to present his score card to the people and allow them to react and ask questions.

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