DSG Explores Novel Investment in Riverine Communities; Appoints Consultants to Ascertain 13% Derivation

The Delta State Government has approved the sum of 4 billion Naira for the construction of Ogheye ultra-modern concrete floating market in one of the riverine communities in Warri North Local Government Area of the state.

The Commissioner for Information, Charles Aniagwu, who made this known after the State Executive Council meeting at the Government House in Asaba, the state capital, also said the Council has approved the sum of 600 million Naira as a counterpart fund for the Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs.

Other approvals include consultancy for the issuance of a license to boat operators on delta waterways, engagement of two consultants to look at what the state is getting from national purse like 13% derivation.

Programmes initiated by the Ministry of Science and Technology to equip the youths with requisite skills in information communication technology also got the approval of the Council.

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