Delta State Governor, Sheriff Oborevwori commences activities to mark his 100 days in office with the inauguration of projects he inherited from his predecessor which have been completed by his administration.
The projects include multi-billion Naira infrastructure at the Dennis Osadebay University, Anwai-Asaba and 29 network of roads including drainage in Asaba, the state capital and its suburb, Okpanam both in Oshimili South and North Local Government Areas.
The projects inaugurated at Dennis Osadebay University include 500 and double 250-seater auditoriums, Faculty building and furnishing of the Faculty of Agriculture. Others are the Administrative building, Vice-Chancellor lodge, entrance gate and main entrance access road into the university.
For the Oborevwori, administration being a continuum binds it to continue and complete projects initiated by its predecessors for the collective good of people in the State.
The Governor said the importance of education cannot be over-emphasised as education and knowledge were two pillars of growth in any given society while his administration he said would prioritise skilled and professional competencies for the people.
The Commissioner for Works (Highways and Urban Roads), Reuben Izeze explained that the projects had provided relief to the university, while the Vice-Chancellor said the institution has continued to live up to expectations.
In the days to come, more projects completed across the State are to be commissioned by the Governor.
(Editor: Terverr Tyav)