Members of Obi Ohu Kanma Cooperative Group in Alisimie, Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State have lauded the Delta State Governor for the appointment of their brother and Patron, Engr. Noel Omodon as the state Commissioner for Works.
Speaking in an interview with journalist on the commissioner’s appointment at Alisimie, some members of the association, Grace Odabi, ,Anthonia Chukwudi ,Mrs Angela Ogala , Mrs Mercy Oyiboka, Mrs Christiana Obiazi ,Mrs Beatrice Ogah and Mrs Felcia Ehimah in their remarks said that they have no doubt that Engr .Omodon’s inclusion in the state executive council would help to contribute immensely to promote social economic development in the state.
They affirmed that Omodon’s appointment was well deserved and urged him to use his position to key into the prosperity and agenda of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa.
The group said that the people of Alisimie, Agbor and Ika South Local Government in general were delighted that a man of rare integrity and sound academic background was appointed as the work commissioner that would contribute his knowledge to the overall development that would help the governor to accomplish well and stronger in 2023.
They pointed out that they had the confidence that Omodon would bring his wealth of experience and knowledge to bare which they said, would help to turn the state into an enviable height in the remaining two years of Governor Okowa’s administration.
While thanking the Governor for appointing Omodon as the works Commissioner, the group said that it has full confidence that Delta was destined for greater heights of massive development.
Engr. Noel Omodon
Cross section Members of Obi Ohu Kanma Cooperative Group in Alisimie, Agbor