Broad Vision. Honest Service. Great Value.
Welcome To The Ministry of science and technology
Where We Build Your Visions For a Digitized State
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DIRECTORATE
The Ministry of Science & Technology, Delta State was created on 17th August, 2007 out of Ministry of Commerce & Industry by His Excellency, Dr Emmanuel Ewetan Uduaghan, the Former Governor of Delta State in order to strengthen the already existing thrust of Government towards enhancing Science & Technology Development.
To achieve a Science and Technology led development that would fully create, innovate, invent and adapt meaningful and strong industrial linkages driven by brain power, skills and diligence capable of providing sustainable high quality of life for Deltans.
Our Mission is to promote a Science and Technology driven economy based on innovation that are capable of generating powerful spin-offs (micro-companies).
Current News and Events of Ministry of Science and Technology, Delta State
March 09, 2020
DELTA STATE GOVERNOR, DR.IFEANYI OKOWA HAS COMMISSION THE RECREATIONAL LOVE PARK IN OBAHOR
March 06, 2020
cOMMISSIONING OF THE OBAHOR RECREATION/LOVE PARK WARRI ON THE 28TH
OF FEBRUARY, 2020
March 10, 2020
COMMISSIONER FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMENDS GOVERNOR OKOWA FOR HIS CONTINUOUS SUPPORT FOR SCIENCE IN DELTA STATE
MORE NEWS COMING UP...
Our Projects In View
SENATOR DR. IFEANYI ARTHUR OKOWA
Governor Of Delta State
Delta State is an oil and agricultural producing state in Nigeria. It is situated in the region known as the South-South geo-political zone with a population of 4,112,445.
EGNR. MATTHEW TSEKIRI
Commissioner For Science and Technology Delta State
Developments in science and technology are fundamentally altering the way people live, connect, communicate and transact, with profound effects on economic development. To promote tech advance, developing countries should invest in quality education for youth, and continuous skills training for workers and managers.
Mrs Augustina Onokpise
Mrs Lucky Ekeke
DIRECTOR OF ADMNISTRATION
Mr Churchill Egbregba
DIRECTOR OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND BIOTECHNOLOGY