Onyeme To Public Servants: Expect M.O.R.E Of Democratic Dividend

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BY Jonathan Afesuku

Delta State Deputy Governor, Sir Monday Onyeme has said that in line with Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori’s administration M.O.R.E agenda, public servant in the state should expect M.O.R.E in terms of dividends of democracy.

Sir Onyeme added further that public servants should expect M.O.R.E in terms of
infrastructural development, M.O.R.E opportunities in terms of peace and security as well as M.O.R.E in positive reforms that will impact positively on the people of Delta State.

Sir Onyeme stated this yesterday at his office in Asaba when he receive on courtesy call members of Ndokwa /Ukwani Public Servant Association, Asaba led by the Permanent Secretary, Directorate of Political and Security Services, Mr. Theophilus Aguonye (JP).

The State deputy governor assured the Ndokwa/Ukwani Public Servant Association that the state government is poise to attracting more development to every part of the State, adding that the Ndokwa nation will not be left out.

“I want to assure that the Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori led government will not do less than what its predecessor has done. We will do more of whatever our predecessor has done for our people”.

“The agenda of this administration is called M.O.R.E, so as public servants, be expecting M.O.R.E in terms of dividend of democracy, infrastructural development, M.O.R.E. opportunities in terms of peace and security and positive reforms that will impact positively on our people”. Sir. Onyeme stated.

Sir, Onyeme while commending members of the Ndokwa/Ukwani Public Servant Association for their visit, assured them that he will do the best he can in ensuring Ndokwa nation get its own fare share of development.

“Being a full son of Ndokwa land, I will do my best to promote the Ndokwa nation in every way I can. I will represent you as a good ambassador, show loyalty to my boss as an example of what Ndokwa represent and ensure that I do not bring disgrace to this office, so that at the end of our tenure all Deltans and Ndokwa people will be proud of us”. He said.

Sir Onyeme enjoined them to be dedicated to their duties and be responsive to any task assigned to them. He urged them to support the government through their duty in moving the State forward.

Earlier, Leader and Patron of the Ndokwa Ukwuani Public Servants Association and Permanent Secretary, Directorate of Political and Security, Mr Theophilus Aguonye said the visit was to congratulate Sir Monday Onyeme on his election and subsequent swearing in as Deputy Governor of the state .

He said the association was happy to identify with the Sir Monday Onyeme being the first Ndokwa son to be elected Deputy Governor since the creation of Delta State.

Mr Aguonye pledged the commitment of the association to the present administration.