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Appeal Court presence in Asaba ‘ll boost Delta revenue — CNPP
By Barth Ozah
The Conference of Nigerian Political Parties (CNPP), has said the inauguration of the 17th Court of Appeal in Delta State will boost the revenue generation of the state and also create direct and indirect employments for the youths.
Delta State Chairman CNPP, Mr Fred Obi in an interview with The Urhobo Voice, however condemned criticism of the APC towards the Appeal Court building. He argued that government is a continuing process, and if the present government see no reason to continue with the plan of using the building as was proposed but instead to address the immediate needs of the people, CNPP see nothing wrong in that.
He pointed out that the presence of the court in Delta will quicken justice delivery at the appeal level.
He said that, another area the CNPP will commend the state government is the dualization of the Kwale Ughelli express way, saying. it is a giant stride as construction activities is massively going and within the shortest possible time, the project is hoped to be completed which will ease the activities of business in the state, especially in the areas of the movement of goods and services.
He said it is a major road that when completed, it will also attract investors as connecting Warri Port by road for the movement of goods to the Eastern part will be done without stress, it will encourage importers of goods to now decide to be using the Warri Port because of the good road network.
While appealing to opposition parties to always be constructive in their criticism, he said CNPP is ready to partner with state government, and willing to proffer solutions to governance.
Continuing, he noted that the recent release of grant to opposition political parties as well as other incentives is worthy of commendation.
Obi who is the immediate past Chairman of IPAC Delta State, explained that it is also another opportunity to thank the Senior Political Adviser to the Governor, Hon Solomon Funkekeme, who is working round the clock to make sure that there is political peace and stability in the state especially in the area of the opposition parties.
He noted that Asaba is wearing a new look and will attract investors. He then urged the residents to imbibe the spirit of cleanliness campaign being championed by the Asaba Capital Territory Development Agency.