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Gov Obaseki Congratulates 47  Beneficiaries Of Chinese Govt Scholarship

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Edo State governor, Mr Godwin Obaseki, has congratulated the 47 Edo indigenes, who benefited from the Chinese Government Scholarship, urging them to serve as inspiration to many others in the state to strive for academic excellence.
In a statement by special adviser to the Governor on Media and Communication Strategy, Mr Crusoe Osagie, the governor said that the feat would not only serve as confidence booster for the beneficiaries but would also offer a glimmer of hope to other indigenes of the state to strive hard for success.
The Chinese government recently awarded scholarships to 47 indigenes of the state, drawn from the University of Benin, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma and Edo University, Iyamho, in an effort to support human capital development and strengthen ties with the state government. The scholarship was presented on behalf of the Chinese government by the country’s Ambassador to Nigeria, Zhou Pingjian.
According to the governor, “We are proud that 47 of our sons and daughters are beneficiaries of the Chinese Government Scholarship. I believe this will go a long way in easing their educational pursuit and assuring them that indeed, hard work does pay.
“It also serves to motivate others to be the best at what they do, be the leading light in their chosen fields of study and rise above all encumbrance to excel. This is with the assurance that one day their hard work will pay off, as has happened to these 47 students.”
He noted that the scholarship is another milestone in the rosy relationship between the state government and the Chinese government, adding that the continued mutually beneficial relationship has set the state on a path of industrialisation.
He said, “We have a had a robust relationship with the Chinese government, businesses and its people. The institution of the scholarship will go a long way in endearing the Chinese government to the hardworking people of Edo State.”
A/IBOM COMMISIONER BAGS IIM FELLOWSHIP AWARD
BY Bernard Tolani Dada Uyo
The Akwa Ibom  State commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Charles Udoh has  bagged  the investiture of Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Information Management.
The investiture ceremony which held in Uyo had as its theme “Boosting Economic Activities and Operations Through Access to Quality Information” and sub theme  “Information Management as a Tool for Promoting and Preserving Cultural Heritage”.
The commissioner who made a Keynote address at  the occasion identified good economic policy as a fundamental principle in achieving a developed and prosperous society.
 Udoh said Akwa Ibom State policy on economic development is anchored on private sector driven economy which centres on industrialisation triggering the expansion of the state’s domestic production capacity,   improves efficient production of goods and services thereby creating employment opportunities and wealth creation  for the citizens.
The commissioner lauded the efforts of governor Udom Emmanuel in providing an enabling environment for private sector investment to thrive in the state. This, he added has boosted the economy.
To improve and stimulate economic activities and operations, the commissioner noted that communication and accurate information management is significant. He called for more proactive measures from Information personnel to checkmate and curb infiltration and quackery.
The commissioner thanked the institute for hosting the 2018 investiture in Akwa Ibom State and expressed gratitude for the prestigious award on him.
Dr Oyedokun A. Oyewole  who is the president and chairman of the Governing Council of the institute in his  welcome address said the award on the recipients is based on merit and unique performance recorded by the awardees.
He said the vision of the institute is to drive the development of competent professionals for the ultimate recognition of information management as a professional field in various organizations globally.
Ex Gov Sylva Celebrates 54th Birthday, Predicts Victory For PMB, APC
Former governor of Bayelsa State, Chief Timipre Sylva, weekend in Yenagoa celebrated his 54th birthday party, predicting that the All Progressives Congress (APC)  will emerge victorious at the State, National Assembly and the Presidential elections.
The Sylva’s birthday party, which was thrown open to Bayelsa indigenes and party faithfuls, witnessed the performance of musical artiste such as Kingsley Chinweike Okonkwo, better known as Kcee, and Enitimi Alfred Odom, better known by his stage name Timaya.
Timipre Sylva, while speaking during the birthday celebration, noted that a bigger celebration will be held on the state after the APC record successes during state and national elections.
According to him, the APC will record majority at the Bayelsa State and National Aseembly elections, “In December, so many things will happen here in Bayelsa. The people have suffered too much. The people have tried with the poverty forced on them. But you are not poor people because the Lord has blessed us abundantly. So in December, we will have a huge party of all.
“By this time next year, we would elected our Senators. By this time next year, we would have elected Members of House of Representatives, and this time next year, we have elected majority of our candidates into the State House of Assembly. Enough of the suffering and let us bring life back to Bayelsa and bring money to the residents of the state.”
Sylva also reminded the people of the state that the victories may not come easy except the people of the state are ready to reject the PDP administration of governor Seriake Dickson that he tagged “Kleptocratic” in nature.

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