I’ll continue to propagate prosperity govt’s works, says Diri’s new aide

Yenagoa—Comr. Timila Austin, the newly appointed Special Assistant on New Media to the Bayelsa State governor has expressed appreciation to God and Governor Diri for finding him worthy to serve the state and the self-styled prosperity government.

Austin who expressed excitement over the appointment also thanked a couple of Diri’s aides including Barr. John Sambo, Director of Domestic Affairs Government House, and Dr. Kolawale Oredipe, Director of New Media Bayelsa State for their support.

Austin in a statement sent to on Friday pledged his commitment to what he termed the “continuous propagation of the activities” of Diri’s administration.

He said, “I am deeply grateful to God Almighty for this great elevation. I am dumbfounded upon being announced as Special Assistant On New Media to His Excellency, Sen. Douye Diri, the Executive Governor of Bayelsa State

“On this note, I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to the governor of Bayelsa State for finding me worthy to serve the state and the prosperity administration.

“My appreciation goes to my leader and boss, Barr. John Sambo, Director of Domestic Affairs Government House, who is relentlessly amplifying the good works of the Prosperity administration.

“My heartfelt gratitude to the Director New Media Bayelsa State, Dr. Kolawale Oredipe, and my comrade leader and boss, Dist. Comr. Robert Igali (JP), Senior Special Assistant on Youth Mobilisation, a man who God has been using as my mentor and sharpening my leadership career (who is now commonly called the “Confab Igali”) for his support and unfailing love.

“I am indeed committed to ensuring the continuous propagation of the activities of the best administration Bayelsa has witnessed.”

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