A cognitive, affective and psychomotive well equipped man is known in times of impromptus happenstances (Coleman, 2020). With what we are experiencing in delta State Governor Okowa was over rated of capabilities, having struggled to hypnotized deltans with audio scorecards of developmental progression to secure second term. Little did we know that “Great leadership seems easy when things are good and everybody’s happy. When times grow tough, however, a leader’s true colors are revealed”.
Suffice to say, governor Okowa as a sonorous medical Doctor was expected to showcase his journeyman, credibility as well as creating medical fearless in the State was accidented with colossal disappointment.
It’s no news that governor Okowa lockdown delta state for 17 days now without any palliatives put in place to ameliorate the suffering of deltans.
No Face masks.
No well equipped. Isolation centres.
No testing Centres.
No proper contact tracing.
No proper information of covid-19 cases.
No covid-19 monitoring committee.
The self acclaimed road master now covid-19 minor has practically lost innovations to deal the with modalities in cushioning the effect of the lockdown. People are constricted with frustration, hunger, expose to killings, protest everywhere.
I want reiterate for the umpteenth time, if something urgent is not done to mitigate the tension in the state, the ravaging frustration of hunger will lead to more uproar.
Can’t Okwa take clue from Lagos, Osun, Ogun, cross rivers, Bayelsa states respectively? How can Okowa lockdown a volatile state like delta without any plan to cushion the effect of hunger? It’s systematically not enough to copy and paste what other states does but also to be proactive, smart, innovative like them.
The only eminent thing witnessed in delta state is that, he Okowa has successfully made ways for our security personnel’s to make more money on the road.
Hereto, Okowa should be held responsible for whatever breakdown of laws and order in the state for not doing the needful.
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