Jan 25, 2022

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We’ll Complete All Ongoing Projects in 2022, Says Delta Commissioner – Legit.ng

  • The government of Delta State has given assurances to the citizens of the state that all outstanding projects will be completed in 2022
  • The assurance was given by the commissioner Information given by the state to Mr. Charles Aniagwu, during a live interview
  • The commissioner said the government would focus on building hospitals and schools as well as job creation focus

Asaba – The Delta state government says its budget for 2022 should be N479 billion aim to complete all ongoing projects across the state.

Aniagwu said the Okowa government will use the 2022 budget, which is the final full year, to fund important ongoing projects in the complete the entire state.

Road construction, construction of schools, hospitals rn, the creation of jobs was one of the top priorities in the 2022 budget.

His words:

“In 2022 we will pay more attention to the Roads and facilities in our schools and hospitals are being built, and these expenses would take a larger portion of the capital side of the budget, while the recurring ones will remain largely unchanged.

“We will be completing a number of important roads , the dualization from Asaba to Ughelli and the connection to Koka Crossing Asaba, Beneku Bridge, Orerhe Bridge and other municipal roads under construction.

“In terms of schools, we will expand the facilities, particularly by building more classroom blocks in the 25 local government districts.

“The same goes for a number of hospitals under construction and we also have three new universities that we started last year and we are expanding the facilities at those universities.”

With regard to job creation, the commissioner said the state government continues to expand its job creation programs so that more Deltans can benefit from the many programs in the state.

< p class = "align-left"> His words:

“We are continuing our job creation programs because the governor has increased the number of jobs accepted annually, so that in 2022 there will be more Deltans from the State strengthening programs would benefit.

“A number of these problems would be addressed in 2022. 2022 is no coincidence, because we already know that the year will come and that it will be the last v ol year will be our term in office.

“A lot of plans flowed into the 2022 budget before it became law, after going through the melting pot of legislation in the House of Assembly.”

2022: Governor Okowa assures Deltans of Better Days

Recall that the Governor of the Delta, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, assisted on Saturday 1st.

He called on the people in his New Year’s message and thanked God for seeing Deltaner in 2021 and 2022 – the state, his people, the nation and the international community.

2022 will be a better year, says Governor Okowa

Governor Okowa had previously expressed his optimism that 2022 will be a better year for Nigerians than the outgoing year.

The Delta Governor gave the comment at the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols in Asaba, the state capital.

The governor also encouraged Christians to renew their hope in God, stressing that he alone can change their history.