By Daniel Gumm
KOKO â€” Delta State governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, has been lauded for the initiative and decision to set up a polythenic at Abigborodo community.
The commendation which came last weekend from the Trust Chairman of Abigborodo Community, Mr. Francis Eyituoyor-Maku, described the action of the governor as a thing of inestimable value that would transform the community from its rural posture into a town in the years ahead.
â€œDr. Uduaghan is doing tremendous things in pursuance of his programme on human capital development,
of which the proposed polythenic in Abigborodo and the two others in the state will stand as hallmark for posterity,â€ Eyituoyor-Maku said.
The Trust chairman advised people not to read narrow sentiment into the governorâ€™s action noting that the benefit of the proposed educational institutions to Deltans is far more important than their locations.
â€œOpportunity for our children to access tertiary education which is a major problem in the country is being created by the governor. It is significant that we recognize this and not politicized the locations of the institutions,â€ Eyituoyor-Maku remarked