Delta State Commissioner for Trade and Investment, Hon Samuel Oligida, Friday, inaugurated a nine-member ministerial Think-Tank Committee in the ministry.
Hon Oligida while inaugurating the committee urged members to generate ideas that would promote efficiency and development in the ministry.
He listed terms of reference for the Think Tank Committee to include mapping out plans, programmes, and projects for the ministry and coming up with ideas as well as identifying areas of collaboration with agencies, parastatals, professionals and external bodies.
Others include proposing amendments for enhanced budgetary performance in the Ministry of Trade and Investment, generating programmes for Delta Mega Investment Expo, facilitating access to global capital markets as well as generating ideas that would promote private sector-driven industries in Delta State.
The Commissioner told members of the committee that the MORE agenda of the Oborevrwori’s administration is on course, stressing the need for the committee to incorporate any matter beneficial to the state and relevant to the development plans of the state government.
Oligida disclosed that another committee of professionals from the private sector would be inaugurated to further drive the development process in the ministry.
He explained that both committees will collaborate to formulate policies and programmes geared towards making Delta State investment investment-friendly and investor destination, in line with the MORE mantra of the Oborevrwori administration.
Members of the committee pledged their commitment to achieving the purpose the body was set up.