Friday, 21 October 2016


Chief Abbot Clinton Tubo
The Bayelsa State environment has been so quiet for months due to the uncertain economic situation in all quarters of the 20 years old state. The expression of quietness and uncertainty of the economy of the state stood boldly on the faces of some daring civil servants who braved their way in and out of the State Secretariat.
Fridays are now special days in the State under the Hon. Henry Seriake Dickson's administration which directive for Civil Servants to promote the Ijaw Culture, by wearing Ijaw attire on Fridays had indeed been strictly adhered to.
And it was to ascertain the level of compliance to this directive on the promotion of the Ijaw Culture, that led the Golden Pen to pay a visit to the office of one of the key government officials in the state capital, Yenagoa, whose name was given as, Chief Abbot Clinton Tubo who spoke on the rationality of promoting the Ijaw Culture, expressed the hope of opening up the ways of the Ijaw nation to the world through the tourism industry.
Speaking on working in the Civil Service,  Chief Clinton Tubo described work as the best exercise he loves to do.

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