The Ministry of Infrastructure (MOI) works with many partners inside and outside government to modernise public infrastructure as part of an integrated vision that encourages the kind of growth and environmental stewardship that enhances our quality of life and contributes to our economic success.
Modern and reliable infrastructure drives our economy. It contributes to our state’s wealth and productivity, and it helps us attract investment and create jobs.
As we grow in population, we need to make sure we have the right infrastructure to meet that challenge. We need to take care of our infrastructure through regular maintenance, expansion and upgrades to get the most out of it.
Infrastructure also shapes our communities, improves our standard of living and gives us a better quality of life.
Delta State has one State owned University with three campuses at Abraka, Oleh and Asaba; Three Polytechnics at Oghara, Ogwashi-Uku and Ozora; And Three Colleges of Education at Agbor, Warri and Mosogar. There is also one Federal College of Education Technical at Asaba. Delta State has about 357Post Primary Schools (Secondary Schools) and about 1103 Primary Schools as at 2003.It has good drainage systems and network of roads.
Delta State popularly known as the 'Big Heart' has some of the leading Hospitality centres in the country. Facilities for leisure, super accommodation and conferences abound in the State.
Delta State has an International Airport at Asaba and one Domestic Airport at Osubi near Warri.