By Modupe Gbadeyanka Federal Government has expressed its support for the $3.6 billion Brass Fertilizer & Petro-Chemical Company in Bayelsa State, which is expected to commence operations\u00a0soon. Receiving a delegation of the company\u2019s executives yesterday, who were led to the State House by the Bayelsa State Governor, Mr Seriake Dickson, the Acting President, Mr Yemi Osinbajo, said the President Muhammadu Buhari administration was promoting a new way of thinking and engagement that will secure the development of the Niger Delta and the entire country. According to him, this new approach, described as the New Vision, involves an active and effective collaboration between the government, the private sector and the communities. The Acting President boasted that this approach ensures that \u201cwe finish whatever we start.\u201d Mr Osinbajo lamented that only 12 percent completion rate was recorded in several of the projects undertaken by the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in the past years with the rest abandoned. He said \u201csometimes, projects are designed not to succeed, but just for some people to make money.\u201d He however noted that \u201ca new way of thinking is emerging,\u201d pointing to effective collaboration with the private sector and citing the example of the NLNG as one instance of such effective collaborations. \u201cThe Buhari administration, this government is committed to finishing whatever we start. At the end of the day, we shall ensure that,\u201d he affirmed, adding that the oil-producing communities have tremendous potentials. While commending the Bayelsa State Governor for his proactive efforts, the Acting President commended the collaboration that is ongoing regarding the Brass company. \u201cThis is what we describe as the New Vision: partnership between the Federal Government, the States, the communities and the private sector. This is the new way of thinking that is emerging, the New Vision,\u201d Mr Osinbajo said. In his remarks, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, described the idea of the Brass Fertilizer & Petro-Chemical firm as \u201ca game changer that we need to encourage,\u201d adding that such ideas have the potential to change the economic model in the Niger Delta.