Gov. Diri before the start of his second term: “We’ll diversify Bayelsa economy”

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The governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri, reports that his administration has created a five-year economic plan that outlines the policies and plans to boost and diversify the state’s economy, generate employment, and draw in outside capital.

This was said by him on Wednesday at 1:56 pm at the Samson Siasia Sports Complex in Yenagoa when he took the oath of office for a second term and the pledge of allegiance with his deputy, Senator Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo.

He insisted that when the state begins its second term, he will continue to be dedicated to its development and economic prosperity.

During his first term, the governor claimed his Prosperity Government had made significant progress in a number of the state’s economic areas.

“We have created a thorough and aspirational five-year state economic plan. This plan details our approaches and programs to boost and diversify our economy, generate employment, draw in capital, and raise everyone’s standard of living in the Bay Area.

“We are thrilled to announce the upcoming Bayelsa State Economic Development Summit in Yenagoa, the state capital, as a means of kicking off the implementation of this economic strategy and engaging stakeholders. This conference will provide a forum for exchanging concepts, debating prospects, and forming alliances in order to quicken our state’s economic development.

He listed his accomplishments and claimed that the administration had worked hard to address the unrest and instability plaguing the populace as well as to enhance road infrastructure, schools, and hospitals. It had also generated more jobs.

“Let me sincerely assure you that our commitment to the progress and advancement of Bayelsa remains steadfast as we embark on this second term,” he stated. Your steadfast belief in our vision for a better Bayelsa and your constant support give us the willpower to keep working nonstop for the welfare and advancement of the whole community.

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Even though during our first term we accomplished incredible achievements in a number of industries, we equally acknowledge that more work needs to be done. We can honestly state, though with modesty, that during the past four years, we have done more than just count the years—we have genuinely made them matter.

“In our first term, we addressed the division and instability plaguing our people, improved the state of our roads, schools, and hospitals, and increased job opportunities for our people. After four years, we may humbly admit to ourselves that we performed admirably.

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