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Delta State Government, Thursday, banned the use of commercial motorcycle, otherwise known as "Okada" as a means of transportation within the state capital territory. The State Government also banned, forthwith, scrap metaI scavenging, otherwise known as ‘iron condemn’, in the state capital, Asaba, with immediate effect. Secretary to the State Government, SSG, Dr. Kingsley Emu, disclosed this invAsaba, while briefing newsmen on the outcome of the State Executive Council meeting presided over by Governor Sheriff Oborevwori. Dr. Emu, who said the ban, which was necessitated by the

Delta State Government has taken delivery of 19,500 bags of 50 kilograms of maize and 4,700 bags of 25 kilograms of garri from the Federal government. The food items is to cushion the impact of the current economic down turn in line with the renewed hope of President Bola Tinubu. The Secretary to State Government, Dr Kingsley Emu who received the food items on behalf of the State Government, thanked President Tinubu for the bold step and promised to deliver it to the vulnerable groups. Dr Emu

The Chief Press Secretary to Governor Sheriff Oborevwori of Delta State, Sir Festus Ahon, has alerted the public on the activities of fraudsters who registered telephone numbers in his name and that of the Chief of Staff, Hon. Johnson Erijo with the purpose of defrauding unsuspecting members of the public. Ahon, in a statement on Wednesday in Asaba, expressed dismay at activities of the fraudsters and cautioned the general public to be wary of transactions with the said phone numbers as the numbers do not

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta said N150 billion "Bridging Finance" facility was not a fresh loan but an advance from the N270 billion owed the state by the Federal Government. Okowa stated this on Thursday at the quarterly media briefing at the Press Centre, Government House, Asaba. He said that the N150 billion had been tied to projects embarked upon by his administration and his predecessor, explaining that the reason people questioned the approval of the facility by the House of Assembly was due to lack

Delta State Government has said it was seeking N150billion bridging finance facility to pay for the completion of some critical on-going legacy projects awarded by past and present administrations. The government further explained that the facility would also take care of outstanding pension commitments to state and local government pensioners in the state. Briefing journalists at a press conference on Wednesday in Asaba, the State Commissioner for Finance, Chief Fidelis Tilije, flanked by His Information counterpart, Mr. Charles Aniagwu, said the request was not particularly a

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