Delta Governorship: Otuaro Releases Powerful Manifesto/Policy Document, Launches Official Website

By Binebai Princewill

His Excellency, Barr. (Dcn) Kingsley Burutu Otuaro, deputy Governor of Delta State and a frontline aspirant for the Delta State 2023 Governorship has released a powerful manifesto/policy document on how he intends to rule Delta State if he is given the chance come 2023 to become Governor of the state. 

The Delta State Governorship aspirant had also launched his official website to the cyberspace that will be henceforth containing his political and motivational articles and what have you. 

Barr. Otuaro made this known to Deltans via a publication he personally published  on his verified Facebook account yesterday, a copy of which was made available to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide.

Read part of his publication below:

I have traversed the length and breadth of Delta in my two-decade journey as a strategic peacebuilding expert and for the past seven years as a Deputy Governor of Delta State.

While the present administration has made commendable progress in addressing the yearnings of the people through massive investments in agro-industrial parks and road infrastructures.

We can’t have abundant land and mineral resources with huge agricultural and industrial potential to continue to depend on other States for basic food and household products. We have a proven reserve of mineral resources including industrial clay, silica, lignite, kaolin, tar sand, decorative rocks, limestone, etc. in addition to our veritable history of competitive advantage in cash crops such as oil palm, cocoa, rubber, and timber. We also have great potential in producing staple crops such as rice, maize, yam, plantain, cassava, etc. 

Let’s unlock our true agricultural and industrial potentials and create wealth for our people and jobs opportunities for our people. The mills can work again — rubber, beverages, textile, and sawmill and we would do more than oil, for our dear state. 

Farmers would rejoice because their farm produces would attract greater value from buyers with an active food processing sector. We will do more than subsistence fishing and the fisherwomen in the riverine would once in their lifetime enjoy dividends from commercial fishing businesses.

We won’t experience a shortfall of skilled manpower, supporting infrastructures with the tremendous investments of this present administration in technical, and vocational education, innovative youth entrepreneurship programs, rural integration projects, and numerous achievements over the past seven years. 

We need to rethink the future of our children exploring digital technology and improve our people’s access to quality and use previous administrations’ achievements as a learning curve.

We need to underwrite the huge backlog of unemployment as with every Nigerian State by productively engaging the talents and skills of our youth through every available means. 

We need to reclaim and restore our cities that are gradually becoming slums/ghettos due to irresponsible waste disposal, the menace of perennial flooding, drainage blockage, inefficient waste collection, disposal, and management systems. 

We can decongest our cities with an effective transportation system and promotion of real estate development works and investment in power. 

An effective and excellence-driven civil service is required to make all of these work. This will further strengthen governance, cut waste and improve the internally generated revenue of the State, and boost the confidence of the private sector to participate in the investment ecosystem in the State.

It encapsulates my vision:

That unlock the untapped potentials of an industrialized Delta which creates jobs and economic opportunities for all.

For a safe and prosperous Delta.

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These are inclusive and responsive reforms and address Delta’s strategic infrastructural/industrial needs.

It is focused on improving the efficiency of the civil service and promoting good governance through fairness, quality service, prudent resource management, equity, and ensuring the rule of law.

It is targeted to achieve clean, safe, and organized cities and communities. Value reorientation, social responsibility, and environmental sustainability are some of the target areas.

The full manifesto is accessible online and since its launch a few minutes ago generated great excitement among Deltans with thousands of downloads.

In the days ahead, I will be bringing you an exclusive brief of the six pillars of the deal.

Go and access the manifesto at my website:

and enjoy your evening. Do well to share it with your friends and family.

And to my delegates, your role in the coming days is a noble one and I pray you to decide forward with me so that we can together secure a better future  for Delta come 2023 even as I have presented to you a more excellent way in this preamble, my manifesto and my various consultations and interactions with you for the past months.

Together our greatness as a State will be realized. I rely on the absolute grace of God in whose hands is the mandate. I covet your prayers and support. It is 33 days to our song of victory.

Thank you for reading and God bless you.

God bless Delta State.

God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

My name is Barr. (Dcn ) Kingsley Burutu Otuaro and I am running for the office of the Governor of Delta State  under the platform of the  Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).


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