By Jimitota Onoyume
PORT HARCOURT â€”Â Â POLITICAL office holders in Delta State have been urged to key into the vision of Governor Emma-nuel Uduaghan for the state.
A chieftain of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party in the state and consultant on conflict and crisis manage-ment, Barrister Richard Anthony, who gave the charge in Port Harcourt yesterday, lauded the achievements of the gover-nor within the last two years.
According to him, Uduaghan, through his unique style of governance, has reduced tension in all parts of the state.
He said there was hardly any part of the state that has not benefitted from the government in terms of project.
Lauding the achievements of the governor, Barrister Anthony said he was happy with the efforts of Uduaghanâ€™s administration in extending the dividends of democracy to his local government.
He advised youths in the state and Niger Delta in general to make good use of the opportunities brought about by the amnesty to acquire skills in the area of oil and gas operations and the maritime sector.