Sani Muhammad Sani
Bayelsa Federated Newspaper Publishers Association expresses deep satisfaction with Governor, Douye Diri’s initiation in developing the state while steering it towards aggressive public and private development. Chairman of the Association, Ayebaitari Easterday has revealed in a communiqué Tuesday.
The Publishers commends the governor for approving and procuring a Coaster bus for the state Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) to facilitate movement of the state officers of the Council and call on the Governor to extend his hands of fellowship to other associations, particularly Bayelsa Federated Newspaper Publishers Association.
The Association made the commendation during its 2022 Emergency Congress Meeting after touring round projects commissioned by Gov. Douye Diri to mark his administration’s two years in office.
Governor Douye Diri, his deputy Senator Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo, the Chief Press Secretary (CPS) to the governor, Mr. Daniel Alabrah according to Easterday are robust in creating relationship, open door policies and transparency in dealing with the media, and calls on the them to sustain the tempo.
Easterday revealed that the construction and execution of some monumental projects by the Gov. Diri’s administration in Bayelsa includes the Ultra-moderm Media Building that now accommodates the State Newspaper Corporation (New Waves), the Niger Delta Television (NDTV) and Radio Bayelsa building that is second to none in the Nigeria nation.
The Prosperity Government has taking the three Senatorial roads beyond imagination with the desire to hit Oporoma, Brass and Ekeremor in the shortest possible time.
Bayelsa Federated Newspaper Publishers Association calls on the state Commissioner of information and the Chief Press Secretary to be more focused and not to be distracted by unfounded criticisms but keep doing the good works they are known for assuring strongly that BAFENPA will continue to support all public – oriented programs and policies of government as they are geared towards the physical infrastructural and human capacity upliftment of Bayelsa State.