Delta Lands And Survey Commissioner Obiodeh Assumes Office ….. Interfaces With Staff, Rolls Out Plans

The newly appointed Commissioner for Lands and Survey, Chief Goodnews Emamusi Obiodeh, Wednesday, resumed duty with a promise to turn the ministry around for greater positive impacts in the state, in line with the MORE agenda of the Oborevwori’s led administration.

Chief Obiodeh among other things said he will open new areas for development, even as he called on illegal occupants on government lands to regularized their documents or face the wrath of the law.

He was received at the Prof Chike Edozien Secretariat office of the Commissioner for Lands and Survey, by the Permanent Secretary, Mrs Gladys Puegeren and staff of the ministry.

The Commissioner, explained that no responsible government would tolerate any form of illegality, stressing that the present administration would ensure that the right things were done at all times.

Obiodeh emphasized that occupants of government land in the state must posses valid land titles and approvals.

He said the state government was determined to open up new areas for development across the state, especially locations that would attract and encourage investment and investors into the state.

Chief Obiodeh appealed to Deltans and residents in the state to support the present administration led Rt. Hon Sheriff Oborevwori to succeed, adding that there will be more meaningful development across the state.

The Lands and Survey Commissioner called for the cooperations of staff, stressing that a focused workforce was needed to achieve the set goals in the ministry.

The permanent secretary, Mrs Gladys Puegeren assured the Commissioner of all necessary support aimed at moving the ministry forward and in achieving the MORE agenda of the state government.

The Presiding Bishop of Heroes of Faith Ministries, Bishop Kingsley Enakirehi, had earlier led a prayer session, where he asked God grant the Commissioner, Emamusi Obiodeh the wherewithal to succeed as a member of the Delta State Executive Council.

Bishop Enakirerhi, who is the Chairman, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, Delta State Chapter, prayed for wisdom to perform in his new office, for the benefit of the state, even as he advised him to remain humble for more upliftment from God in his political journey.

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