Dickson reiterates commitment to infrastructural development
The Bayelsa state governor, Seriake Dickson has reiterated commitment of his government to the infrastructural development of the state.
Governor Dickson stated this at the government house in Yenagoa while speaking on the abandoned three hundred and fifty hospital bed project, which was started by the administration of his predecessor, Timipre Silver before its present state.
Speaking on the abandoned hospital project which he claimed is dear to his government, Dickson promised to source for fund in completing the project before leaving office.
Meanwhile, the abandoned hospital project and ambulances which was seen as the star project by former governor Timipre Silva administration, would help in reducing the mortality rate of children under the ages of zero to five when completed, while the Federal Medical Center which is seen as the only standard hospital in the state, have been crippled with strike activities.
Report by Dele Fasan