Karika congratulates Diri, Ewhrudjakpo on inauguration

The Chairman of Brass Local Government Area, Hon. Alabo Hanson Karika has congratulated Senator Douye Diri and Senator Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo on their successful inauguration as Governor and Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State, respectively.

Karika, in a statement he signed which was made available to journalists on Wednesday, said the continuation of the duo in Creek Haven will bring more development and prosperity to the people of the state.

“I believe in the capacity of the Miracle Governor and his amiable deputy,” says the Brass helmsman, “to continue using the state resources to engender rapid development and prosperity across the state, like they did in the last four years.”

According to Karika, the joy in the faces of Bayelsans is enough evidence that the Senator Diri-led prosperity administration has been a blessing to all and sundry.

“There are several completed and ongoing projects virtually in all parts of the state and we are experiencing peace and unity like never before. These are signs of a good administration in power and it is good that the Bayelsa masses are not hiding their satisfaction.

“For us in Brass LGA, we are elated because the return of Governor Diri signifies the continuation of the Nembe-Brass road which he took the bold step to commence despite being abandoned by the Federal Government and multinational oil companies operating in the area.

“We are also hopeful that our communities will in the next four years see more far-reaching projects that will improve the standard of living,” he stated.

While averring that it is God’s will for Diri to be re-elected, Karika advised the leadership and members of the opposition parties to close ranks with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and support the prosperity administration in its quest to better the lots of Bayelsans.

He prayed for God to grant Governor Diri and his deputy good health as well as the needed wisdom to creditably pilot the affairs of the state to greater heights.

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