The campaign was earlier scheduled to kick-off on Oct. 17.
Mr Daniel Iworiso-Markson, Chief Press Secretary to the governor, said this on Tuesday in a statement made available to newsmen in Yenagoa.
The statement quoted Dickson, as saying that the ex-governor, who passed on last Saturday, was a foremost statesman and leader that deserves honour from his people.
“The state government is determined to give Alamieyeseigha a befitting burial; in this regard, burial committee has been constituted.
“This committee will work out details of the programme with the family and other relevant stakeholders.
“Apart from declaring a seven day mourning period during which all flags in public buildings and places are to fly at half mast, we have opened a condolence register here in government house.
“The register has also been opened at the state secretariat complex, Ijaw House in Yenagoa and Abuja; we also have it in Lagos and Port Harcourt,’’ the statement said.