Country director of Network for good governance, Chief Sunny Onuesoke, has lauded the management of Onose Tbea Energy Limited on their proposed building of a 400MW combined power plant at Ekrokpe and Ekrejegbe communities in Ughelli south local government area of Delta state.
Onuesoke, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party in Delta state, gave the commendation today at the plant site in Ekrokpe and Ekrejegbe communities, when he led members of his n4gg team on an un-scheduled visit to the leaders of both communities.
He said: “I must commend the management of this company for their decision to build this power plant here; this will go a long way to improve the social-economical development of the people and also help to curb unemployment and youth restiveness in the area”
An elated Onuesoke also hailed both communities leaders for their show of cooperation and understanding with the company, urging them to ensure that the existing conducive atmosphere with the company is sustained
“Let me also commend the leaders of both communities for their steadfastness, cooperation and understanding with the company. I am impressed with the level of earthwork already on ground and I hereby urge leaders of both communities to do everything possible to maintain and sustain the conducive atmosphere that currently exists.
“I call on other private companies to key into the state government smart agenda to come to Delta State to set up their plants and stations to do business. Delta State is peaceful, accommodating and strategic in terms of raw materials, human resources and market outlay to do business. It is high time other multinational organizations start emulating Onose Tbea Energy Limited”, he further added