By Victor Bieni, Asaba
Comrade Chibuzor Agunwa (A.K.A MR. DASH), The President-General, Delta Youth Coalition (DYC) has Commended the Executive Governor of Delta State, His Excellency, Sen. Dr. Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa on his developmental strides in the area of infrastructure on massive Roads construction, bridges and drainage system in the three Senatorial Districts of the state as group recommends areas Delta State Government should strive to record more sustainable development.
DYC Boss disclosed this today being on Saturday, 27th August, 2022 during a media chat with some group of Journalists at the DYC’s National Secretariat in Asaba Delta State capital as group pledges strongest partnership with the State Government towards enhancing the growth and development of the rural areas.
Comrade Chibuzor Agunwa (A.K.A MR. DASH) in his good will message as Delta State today marks 31 years anniversary since its Creation in August 27th, 1991 commended Delta State Government for the level of development so far in every sectors of the economy even as group urges Governor Ifeanyi Okowa to invest more in Education, Security, Youth development, Information sectors as well as embark on rapid industrial revolution through the establishment of industries so as to engage the teaming Youths population that is yet to be employed.
In the words of the President-General, Delta Youth Coalition (DYC): “Delta state government has done well in Road infrastructures. But should do a little more in education, industrialization for sustainable industries in Delta state. The government of Delta should partner with other companies to establish more industries so that the teaming youths population be engaged to avert the tendency for youth restiveness”.
“I urge the government to be more committed to security of lives and property. This sector is another paramount developmental milestones that can equally magnet investors for sustainable development. The government should enhance more good working relationships with critical stakeholders in the state who will bring the needed contact for sustainable growth and development of the rural communities in the State”.