Peter Obi hasn’t had a legacy project for 8 years, says Delta PDP president
People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Delta State Chairman Barr. Kingsley Esiso, has described as a monumental waste Labor Party (LP) presidential candidate Mr Peter Obi’s eight years as Governor of Anambra State with no legacy projects under his belt.
The Chairman of the Delta State PDP made the revelation during the opening ceremony of the 4th edition of the Delta State Communication Workshop (DELCOM) in Asaba, organized by the office of the Executive Assistant to the Delta State Governor on Communications, Barr. Fred Latimore.
Esiso, who challenged Obi supporters to mention a project inherited from the former Anambra state governor, praised the Delta state governor and PDP vice-presidential candidate, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, for his excellent results over the past seven years.
Esiso urged Nigerians to ignore the empty propaganda of the Obi movement with no clear vision for Nigeria and support the PDP presidential and vice-presidential candidates – Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Senator Dr Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa – who he says are competent , experienced, educated and ready to set Nigeria back on the path to economic recovery, growth, guaranteed security and sustainable development.
He mentioned some of Okowa’s legacy projects including Professor Chike Edozien’s multi-billion naira secretariat complex for civil servants; the 8.5 megawatt Asaba Independent Power Plant (IPP); the construction of the ultra-modern concrete floating market of Ogheye; Asaba Film Village; the development of an agro-industrial park in Aboh-Ogwashi-Uku; the Kwale industrial park and the establishment of several technical schools as well as the three new universities in Agbor, Asaba and Ozoro.
Permanent Secretary, Directorate of the House of Government and Protocol, Sir Edwin Ogidi-Gbegbaje, speaking on “Strategies and management of crisis communication in the transition of political power”,
said communication through the various media platforms, continues to evolve, due to the development of information technologies.
He said communication remains at the core of human existence, adding that it is the basis for the survival of families, groups, organizations, communities and nations.
“Therefore, crisis communication strategies and the management of the transition of political power involve the methods adopted by media professionals to obtain, process, disseminate and manage the information necessary to mitigate the emerging crisis within national politics. ahead of the 2023 elections,” he said.
The seasoned Rotarian who recommended the 4-factor test as a universal paradigm for dealing with a communication crisis in any situation asked, “When we put pen to paper, what is our story? Is this the truth? Is it fair to everyone involved? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it benefit everyone involved? »
DELCOM Coordinator and Executive Assistant (Communications) to Delta State Governor Olorogun Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe said his office organized the Capacity Building Programme, an annual event designed to equip media professionals, officials government communications, social media influencers, bloggers, etc. .
Head trainer, scholarly presenter and communication strategist, Professor Abigail Odozi Ogwezzy also said that by the end of the workshop, participants would have been equipped with the knowledge and skills required to meet the challenges of communication in the 21st century. and function effectively in their assigned responsibilities.