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Hon. Spencer Okpoye Expresses Confidence In DESOPADEC’s Current Board To Collaborate With Workers

Okpoye hailed the dedication, hard work, and commitment of DESOPADEC workers in improving the living standards of people.

By Nkiruka Aduba

Delta State, – In commemoration of this year’s Workers’ Day, Hon. Spencer Okpoye, the Commissioner Representing Ijaw on the Board of the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC), has expressed his appreciation and acknowledgment of the immense contributions made by all workers in Delta State, especially those in DESOPADEC.

Okpoye hailed the dedication, hard work, and commitment of DESOPADEC workers in improving the living standards of people in oil-producing communities and positively impacting Delta State’s economy. Despite the country’s economic situation, these workers have remained steadfast, delivering quality services and upholding their organisations’ values.

He also expressed confidence in the current board, headed by a very competent chairman, Chief John Obukowho Nani, and a dependable MD/CEO, Chief Festus Ochonogor, to continue collaborating with the state government and other stakeholders to ensure that DESOPADEC employees’ needs are not undermined.

Okpoye concluded by urging workers to remain resolute and steadfast while pursuing their goals and aspirations, assuring them that their labour is not in vain, and conveying his appreciation for their invaluable contributions to Delta State’s development.

Happy Workers’ Day to all Delta State workers!

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