Bayelsa begins special TV series to highlight positive development
Beginning from this week, the government of Henry Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State will re-launch its weekly super program, Restoration Series in four TV stations in the country.
A statement issued in Yenagoa on Sunday by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, said the 30 minute thriller will be aired every Monday on Channels TV by 3.30pm, AIT on Tuesdays at 9am, TVC on Wednesdays at 12.30 pm and NTA on Thursdays at 5.30pm.
The statement explained that the program seeks to highlight the silent but epic revolution and developmental agenda of the Dickson-led Restoration Administration.
Iworiso-Markson added that it is coming back on air after several calls by Bayelsans and friends of the state most of who reside outside the state on the need for them to have a feel of the government’s remarkable achievements so far.
According to him, without a shadow of doubt, the Restoration Government of Dickson has made clear progress in terms of enthroning a stable polity, public sector reforms, security, agriculture and revolutionary strides in education, health, tourism, infrastructure, youth and women empowerment, social economic re-engineering, amongst others.
He therefore called on Bayelsans to follow the program and get acquainted with what the government is doing with their resources in the various sectors and continue to support its policies to better their aspirations.