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SSA To Oborevwori On Community Newspapers Visits CoS To Gov, Seeks Support For Publishers

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SSA To Oborevwori On Community Newspapers Visits CoS To Gov, Seeks Support For Publishers

The Senior Special Assistant to the Governor of Delta State on Community Newspapers and Magazines Publishers Hon Prince Joseph Orhomonokpaye has appealed to the Chief of staff to the Governor of Delta State, Hon Prince Erijo, to carry the Community Newspapers Publishers along in the scheme of things in the state.

The Senior Special Assistant to the Governor gave this appeal when he paid a courtesy visit along with some members of the Community Newspapers Publishers to the Chief of staff.

Hon Prince Orhomonokpaye further commended the Chief of staff for accepting the visit, adding that the Community Newspapers Publishers would partner with his office to ensure that the MORE Agenda of His Excellency the Governor of Delta State, Rt Hon Elder Sheriff Oborevwori, is driven to the grassroots.

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Prince Orhomonokpaye further used the occasion to enumerate the activities of the Publishers, adding that it is the community papers that gets to the rural communities in the state.

He congratulated Hon Erijo on his appointment as the Chief of staff to the Governor, saying that his appointment is well deserved.

In his response, the chief of staff to the Governor, Hon Prince Erijo commended the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Community Newspapers Publishers for the visit with his team to his office, adding that the place of community papers cannot be underestimated in the dissemination of government policies and programmes.

He further stated that he would continue to work with the Publishers in issues concerning the Government of Delta State as it is the veritable channel for quick dissemination of information to the grassroots.

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