Djebah Hails Uduaghan, Commissions Editing Suite
A new ultra modern non-linear editing suit has been commissioned in the Ministry of information Asaba.
Commissioning the facility, the Delta State information Commissioner, Mr Oma Djebah said that the provision of the facility was to make room for efficient processing and management of information to the public, through modern facilities and equipment.
The Commissioner who encouraged staff to ensure proper maintenance of the facilities for better service delivery, used the occasion to thank
the State Governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan for his untiring support towards improving on the standard of facilities as could be seen in the present effort to digitalize the state-owned broadcast media.
Answering questions from journalists after the commissioning exercise, the Commissioner said Governor Uduaghan stands out as an excellent administrator in the past 4 years of his administration.
He enumerated the Governor's achievements to include the Asaba International Airport, street light projects, which according to him, has improved night life in major cities and towns across the State, as well as road dualization, and training of youths in agriculture in various sector, adding that all these were efforts to improve on the lives of Deltans.
The Commissioner noted that a lot of impact was made on the health sector as well as the educational sector, including micro credit scheme, aimed at empowering Deltans to be self reliant.
Speaking earlier, the Director of Publication and Production Services in the ministry, Mr Paul Osahor, said the Commissioner's initiative had served to improve the lot of the ministry.
He outlined some of such efforts to include reviving of the ministry's photo lab, and the purchase of two vehicles for the department. He therefore said the ministry was ready to maximize the usage of the new facility in order to serve the Government and the public better.