To educate, enlighten and inform Deltans in particular and the world at large on what the Administration of the Okowa’s Government did differently in the management of the resultant effects caused by Flood.
Director-General of the Delta State Bureau of Orientation, Barrister Eugene Azuka Uzum, has said that the bureau would partner office of the Senior Political Adviser (SPOLAD) to the Governor of Delta State in its drive to reorient residents in the state.
Director General of the Delta State Orientation Bureau, Barrister Eugene Azuka Uzum, has called for a more collaborative support from Deltans, particularly residents in the Asaba Capital Territory area, for the state government initiatives to ensure a cleaner, healthier, beautiful and befitting environment for the state capital territory.
Speaking through the Honourable Commissioner, Directorate of Youth Development, Comrade Ifeanyi Egwuyenga, the governor urged Corps members to remain focused and use their year of national service to serve their nation.
The DG who sees clean environment as one void of any form of pollution and its effect, considered tidy, and gives birth to clean air, clean water, and clean energy, stated that this is achievable by implementing proper keeping methodologies in the society.
Uzum, who spoke today during the Monday strategic session with the staff of the bureau in Asaba, noted that it is very pertinent for leaders to at all times feel the pulse of their followers.
Barrister Uzum noted that the role of the command in preventing and combating fire outbreaks in the state was enormous, adding that there was the need to get closer to the command to keep abreast with its operations, constraints and visions for fire prevention in the state.
Adding that the possible way out was an urgent paradigm shift to vocational and technical education which would ensure that the products of the vocational and technical schools are not only self- employed, but employers of labour.