Bayelsa Oil Company Strikes Oil, Elated Gov Dickson Attributes Break through to God
It has been disclosed that, the Bayelsa State Government owned Oil Company has struck oil in one the wells of the Oil block it acquired after many years of exploration.
Governor Seriake Dickson made this disclosure at the State's Monthly Praise Night at the king of Glory Chapel, Government House, Yenagoa.
Elated over the development, he noted that, the break through has come after somuch money had been spent in the past to no avail.
Governor Dickson commended the management of the Bayelsa Oil Company for their diligence and commitment, stressing that, with the breakthrough, Bayelsa and the Ijaw nation will be greatly transformed.
He also used the occasion to restate government's commitment to the airport project, affirming that, the state airport, near Amassoma will become operational next year.
While attributing the modest achievements of his administartion to God, the Bayelsa State Governor expressed gratitude to the people of the State for their continued support and belief in the government.
“The source of the development of the state is from God, as the fundamental changes in the state have confounded all the enemies of the state.”
Governor Dickson described his administation as a revolutionary one that has come to change the landscape of the state forever.
“God is the one leading this state, because the love and power of God upon the state have brought peace and security.”
“I appreciate all the prayers for the government and people of the state since the inception of this administration. We have handed over the state to God and the result is glaring for everyone to see.”
The Governor, who sounded philosophical, enjoined all Bayelsans to speak good of the state, noting that it will attract good tidings to the state.
The guest speaker, Rev. Moses Omote, whose message was titled, “The Release of God's Power Through Praise”from 2 nd Kings 3: 13, admonished political leaders to make sacrifice, their watch word, as it can make God meet the desire of any man, prophesying that God will make Bayelsa have another four glorious years.
There were choir ministrations by the CAN choir, King of Glory Chapel Choir, Elder Dempster and Pastor Tonye Kalio.
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Bayelsa State