Hon Tari King Oliver a female activist has declared her intention to run for the Governorship seat of Bayelsa state under the platform of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) with the aim of empowering the people of the state and improving their educational and economics lives.
Hon Tari king Oliver graduated with a Diploma in computer science from the university of Benin with B.sc and advance to study criminology and security studies at the National open university, she is from kolokuma opokuwa local government in Bayelsa state.
She intends to encourage local investments by providing means and offering incentives to people business willing to invest in rural parts of Bayelsa and create initiatives that encourage Banks ready to expand to rural Bayelsa , and to ensure that gender equality is prioritized and females and people with disability would be encourage in every way possible.
Hon Tari king will facilitate the setting up, construction and financing of productive infrastructure in rural Bayelsa and ensure access to loans for small businesses by creating a system that support and helps build unique business ideas including tax cut. She stated that the welfare of the people would be paramount to her government.
The Bayelsa female activist assured Bayelsans that the unused land would be made available to adopt business plans that would ensure income generation, and expand on already thriving agricultural projects with incentives by creating the school and farm project settlements through join venture partnership.
Cash in on trending and thriving businesses like beauty and lifestyle industries by creating schemes that will ensure that these industries thrive in Bayelsa and create low – cost housing with strategic goals in mind.
Hon Tari king Oliver will also focus on girl child education and empowerment of rural and urban women.
We happily called Bayelsans to rally support for Hon Tari king Oliver on the day of primary election come on September 2019 and vote for her on the day of Bayelsa Gubernatorial election on 2nd of November 2019.
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