Asiuwhu Solicits Collaboration From Agencies, summons firm handling State Waste Integrated Facilities.

In an effort to enhance effective service delivery and realisation of the stronger Delta vision of the state governor, the Commissioner, Ministry of Environment, Chief Godspower Asiuwhu, has called for more collaboration from sister agencies in the state.

Asiuwhu gave the call when he paid a familiarisation visit to the Waste Management Board in Asaba, the state capital.
He charged other agencies under the Ministry, to come together and operate as one, adding that his success would not be possible without their support.

He urged members of the Board, to work in synergy with the Ministry and not contrary, adding that it would help actualise the objectives of the Ministry and ensuring a cleaner Delta State.

While commending members of the Board for their achievements across the state, he said evidences of their work, had proven that they were up to the task.

The Commissioner admonished them to pay much attention to sanitation as it was paramount, hence health was next to wealth.

On his part the Board Chairman, Hon Chinye Bazim assured the Commissioner of the Board’s collaboration, adding that they would make all support needed from the Board available to him.

Chinye expressed optimism, that the governor, Sen. Ifeanyi Okowa would make all that was needed for a cleaner Delta, available to him.

The need for collaboration with the Ministry also continued, when the Commissioner and his entourage visited the Chairman, Taskforce on Environmental Sanitation, Mr Sylvester Oromoni at his office.

Asiuwhu said the Taskforce office ought to collaborate with his office on how to promote the activities of the Ministry by ensuring a cleaner, greener and healthy environment that can attract business and tourism in the state, adding that he intends to ensure that sanitation exercise was observed twice or more in a month.

On his part, Oromoni promised to put his best in making sure there was maximum cooperation with ministry of environment.

In another development, the Commissioner and his team inspected the Integrated Waste Facilities and Asaba Aggregation Hub/ Recycling Hub both in Asaba Oshimili South Local Government Area, where he commended the effort of the Recycling Hub for turning waste to wealth.

The Commissioner said that the Integrated Waste Facility had alot of challenges and the contractor said he will handover the facilities to the state government in August 2022. The Delta Honourable Commissioner Ministry Of Environment Chief Godspower Asiuhwu, was accompanied by Director Sanitation And Waste Management Mr Lucky Adah, Senior Staff of the Ministry and Commissioner’s Aides on the visit and inspection today…

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