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Security: Niger Delta Group Lauds Dickson


By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Post) — ‎The Niger Delta Youth Coalition for Peace and Progress (NDYCPP) has commended the Bayelsa State, Governor Henry Seriake Dickson, for keeping to his electioneering promise, despite the huge challenge of inadequate funds.

Acting Chairman of the Group, Tiedor Jude, gave the commendation when he led other members on a courtesy call on the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, in his office in Yenagoa.

He said the restoration government led by Dickson is putting solid infrastructure in place to change the land space of the State, especially the capital, while its bold effort in security is also very evident, and as such Bayelsa is now truly safe for business and other activities.

Tiedor lauded Iworiso-Markson for his brilliant management of the governor’s image and his dedicated passion of sustaining the positive public perception the state is enjoying and charged him not to relent as they will continue to support him and the government to succeed.

“We are here basically to humbly urge you to sustain your good works as posterity shall refer to you as the bench mark for good governance. You have set a very high standard to be beaten in terms of public administration,” he remarked.

In his response, Iworiso-Markson thanked the Group for the visit and their advocacy role and assured them of his commitment to help achieve their set objectives.

“I thank you for this visit and also appreciate your efforts to promote peace in the Niger Delta region. This is because what we need most is peace. Without peace there would be no meaningful development,” he said.

Highlight of the visit was the appointment of the governor’s mouthpiece as a member of the group’s board of patriots.

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