The Chief Press Secretary to Delta State Governor, Sir Festus Ahon, has lauded the exceptional efforts of the Delta Online Publishers Forum (DOPF), in providing comprehensive information and education to the citizens of Delta State.
Speaking during a media parley with the executive members of DOPF in Ughelli, Delta State, on Saturday, Ahon unveiled the administration’s unwavering commitment to the welfare and well-being of the people of Delta State.
He emphasized that government
priority was centered on delivering welfare, along with an array of developmental initiatives aimed at enhancing the lives of the state’s residents.
The CPS also throw more light on the recent N78 billion contract awarded to Julius Berger Construction Company for the construction of flyover bridges and expansion of roads in Effurun and its environs.
According to Sir Ahon, “We are also committed to other development initiatives in the state. You are aware that just recently, a contract was awarded to Julius Berger construction company worth N78bn to construct bridges, and roads in Effurun and its environs. These are some of the projects lined up to make life more better and meaningful for the people of the state.
Chairman of the Delta Online Publishers Forum, Mr. Emmanuel Enebeli, speaking earlier, expressed the forum’s appreciation for Sir Festus Ahon’s commendable efforts as the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Rt. Hon Sheriff Oborevwori.
He emphasized Ahon’s dedication to his role, applauding his relentless pursuit of excellence in the realm of inclusive public relations and the rapid dissemination of information.
Enebeli also pointed out the pivotal role DOPF plays in fostering transparent communication and upholding government accountability.
He emphasized the need for a more collaborative relationship between the Delta State Government and DOPF, highlighting the importance of advert placements on the group’s websites, stating “Such cooperation not only amplifies the government’s reach in informing the public about its policies and programs but also bolsters responsible journalism and boast local businesses and entrepreneurs by increasing their visibility in the digital age.”
“This, in turn, provides the government with a broader, more far-reaching platform in an era where online mediums are the primary source of information for many Delta State citizens.” He stated.