Tuesday, 3 September 2019

Sylva’s Appointment, Breath of New Fresh Air-Otuaro: Olusegun Ariyo

Chief Dennis otuaro has described the appointment of Chief Timipre Sylva by president mohammadu Buhari as a breath of New fresh Air

The elder state-man who spoke in excitements to journalists,  describes the development  as good thinking coming from president mohammadu Buhari.

The ibe-uyadonwei of gbaramatu kingdom of Warri was indeed in a joyous mood at the announcement of Timipre Sylvia's  appointment as minister of state for petroleum resources.

He said President mohammadu Buhari has set the country on the right path of achieving growth in the country’s economy and bring succour to the generality of Nigerians.

"Let me congratulate Chief Timipre  on his appointment, indeed there is no doubt in my mind that the former Bayelsa state governor will put his experience to bear in revamping the petroleum sector".

"I have everlasting confidence that Sylvia would hit the ground running, adding that the terrain was the only one that he is well familiar with".

Chief Otuaro said the former Bayelsa state number one citizen, having served as senior special Assistant to Edmond Doukoru who was a former minister of state  for energy and petroleum resources between July and May 2007, will certainly deliver on the President's Next level agenda in the petroleum sector.

"His administrative sagacity and the experience will make the task before him easier in assisting the country’s major income earner".

I harbour no doubt that the man is well qualified for the job.

He describes chief Timipre Sylvia as one well versed with labyrinths of political waters of the petroleum sector and its strategic relevance to the growth and development of the country’s economy.

  “ His welcome address in his honour at the NNPC tower headquarters  where the minister emphasized his commitments to the tenants of good and purposeful governance remains very telling, the statement added!

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