Gov. Diri committed to socio-economic development of Bayelsa --UN Peace Envoy.

By AdvocateNews on 07/06/2020

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Douye Diri
Douye Diri

Mr Miebi Bribena, United Nations Peace Ambassador on Sunday expressed confidence in the capacity of Governor Douye Diri to make Bayelsa one of the leading economies in the country.
 
Bribena who spoke on Diri's leadership style on the sidelines of his 61st birthday anniversary called on the people of the state to be patient and as well support his  laudable programmes.
 
He disclosed that one of the programmes of the Diri administration is to diversify the economy of the state from oil and gas to Agriculture leveraging on the enormous fertile arable land as well as the rich biodiversity of its water resources.
 
Bribena, a political ally of Diri and stalwart of Peoples Democratic Party explained that the policy of economic diversification would boost the Internally Generated Revenue and as well make the state less dependent on FAAC  monthly allocation.
 
He described the governor as an astute politician whose steadfastness, maturity, understanding and peace loving nature  has endeared him to the hearts of the people of the people.
 
He expressed delight over his extreme simplicity yet overtly charismatic personality.
 
Bribena acknowledged Diri's contribution to the socio economic development of Bayelsa in his over 100 days in office.
 
He prayed God to grant the governor long life and sound health to pilot the affairs of the state and improve the standard of living of Bayelsa people. 

Posted 07/06/2020 4:40 PM

 

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