Governor Oborevwori proudly commenced a selection of several projects at the University of Science and Technology and the 2.6km Enwhe-Uwheru road phase 2 in Delta State. The governor reassured the people of Delta State of his government’s unwavering commitment to prudent financial management. While inaugurating the projects Governor Oborevwori emphasized the government’s determination to provide meaningful development for Deltans.
The ultra-modern furnished administrative building will include fully furnished offices. They will include offices for the Vice Chancellor, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Bursar, Registrar, and their respective staff. Other notable additions will include the utilization of the 2-kilometer interlocking internal roads. The operational University Guest House with 21 rooms and a squash court as well as the Principal Officers’ Staff Quarters.
Similar Projects To Governor Oborevwori’s Commenced Projects In Delta State.
Similar to Governor Oborevwori’s commenced projects’, the National Universities Commission (NUC) granted approval to upgrade three Delta State institutions. The approved universities are Delta State University in Agbor and Denis Osadebe University in Asaba. It also includes the Delta State University of Science and Technology in Ozoro. This development makes Delta State the state with the highest number of universities in Nigeria. They totaled six, including two federal universities.
The governor spoke eloquently on these matters following the inauguration ceremony in the Enhwe community. While he was here, he was graciously hosted by High Chief Victor Wayles Egukawhore. High Chief Victor Wayles Egukawhore is not only a distinguished marine and oil magnate but also the Chairman of the De-Wayles Group of Companies.
As Governor Oborevwori commenced projects in Delta State, he commended Egukawhore for his deep involvement in numerous human development projects within Delta State and the broader South-South region. Governor Oborevwori expressed his administration’s commitment to ensuring that projects initiated by his predecessor are not left abandoned or squandered. He affirmed his promise to Deltans that he would build upon the foundations of the projects already initiated.
The Commissioner for Higher Education, Prof. Nyerhovwo Tanukari, added that the Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro, commenced with 45 academic programs across six faculties, all duly approved by the National Universities Commission (NUC). This represents a significant milestone in the state’s commitment to higher education.