- Governor Ifeanyi Okowa is interested in keeping a good name after he leaves office
- The governor promised that his administration would continue to follow due process and imbibe transparency in the conduct of government business
- He stated that protecting his name by leaving good legacies behind at the end of his tenure in 2023 are his biggest wishes
Delta governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, has said he has a covenant with the people of the state and would work to protect his name by leaving good legacies behind at the end of his tenure in 2023.
Governor Okowa made the comment when he played host to the Young Nigerian Rights Organization, YNRO, a Non-Governmental Organisation, NGO.
He said his administration would continue to follow due process and imbibe transparency in the conduct of government business.
Represented by his special adviser on peace building and conflict resolution, Chief Edwin Uzor, the governor said the 2020 budget was packaged to deliver on the promises made to Deltans, adding that the state government was giving every Deltan equal opportunity to benefit from governance.
While commending the governor and his wife, Dame Edith Okowa for their efforts in ensuring a stronger Delta, the director-general of YNRO, Victor Ojei expressed readiness of the group to partner the state government on digital information management.
Recall that Governor Okowa had on Thursday, November 21, urged Nigerian leaders to be closer to the people to strengthen the processes of good governance.
According to Governor Okowa, leaders must be close to their people and identify with them for good policies to be made.
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