As part of measures to pass vital information to humanity and the younger generation, tertiary institutions and knowledge acquisition centres in the state have been called upon to redouble their efforts in book publication. The delta State Deputy Governor Barr. Kingsley Otuaro, made the call at Delta State University Anwai Campus, during the launch of a book titled: "Infertility And Asisted Conception in the Tropic authored by Dr. Lawrence Omo- Aghoja.

Barr. Otuaro noted that the wealth of any nation is measured by its resource materials available for use and affirmed that there was need to encourage resourcefulness for posterity. The state deputy governor noted that the issue of infertility has continued to pose a teething problem in the society, stressing that the book will aid both doctors and patients in finding enduring solutions to the various challenges.

He congratulated the author for the thoroughness that characterized the book and urged other lecturers in the academic environment to translate their knowledge acquired in their field into books for younger generation to gain from.

Barr. Otuaro stated that government is carrying out reforms in the education sub-sector as a proactive measures to address the problems of falling standard in education.

The State Commissioner for health Dr. Nicholas Azinge, said the book was most apt as it addressed a lot of issues on infertility and recommended it to the medical practitioners in the country. Dr. Azinge called on medical practitioners to do more in publication of books as it will help people overcome their medical problems.