Bayelsa Governor attends 21st security council meeting, lauds officers

The governor of the Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri, attends the 21st security council meeting following Christmas. The Governor of Bayelsa interacted with the state's people and several service chiefs.

The governor of the Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri, attends the 21st security council meeting following Christmas. The Governor of Bayelsa interacted with the state’s people and several service chiefs. He applauded them for maintaining peace during the festive season.

At the meeting, Governor Diri said, “We needed this meeting to review what we have done for 2022. He also used the medium to congratulate service commanders and the people of Bayelsa State for their peaceful conduct. The governor also thanked them for assisting the security agencies in ensuring security throughout the festive season.

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He further said that from now on, we know that Bayelsa is safe and secure for celebrations, tourism and investment. He said, “I would like to use the opportunity of the 21st security council meeting to appreciate all citizens, service commanders and all security agents for their efforts and for ensuring that Bayelsa State is peaceful.

Governor Diri said that his state is secure for all in 2022 and will continue to be in 2023. He added that the synergy between the federal security agencies and the prosperity Government cannot be over-emphasised.

The governor believes that The synergy is why the state under his command is having this peaceful yuletide season. He also assured the state’s people that we have security and that people can sleep with their eyes closed.

Meanwhile, He added, “So far, Bayelsa is a haven for investment and tourism. Furthermore, the state is safe and secure for all and sundry citizens, indigenes and non-indigenes. They are free to come to Bayelsa to seek a living. The people can ensure that they live safely by the laws of Bayelsa State and the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Senator Douye Diri, Governor of the State, presided over the 21st security council meeting held at the Government House in Yenagoa.

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