Civic technology group, BudgIT, unveils oozing corruption in the NDDC and States of the Niger Delta region and demands determinative citizens action.
Niger Delta Affairs Minister Godswill Akpabio said Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will be invited to commission more NDDC projects in days to come.
President Buhari, Thursday, received the final report of the forensic audit of the NDDC from Niger Delta Affairs Minister Akpabio.
“The young man went and told his uncle (Mantu) about me and what I did. From that moment, Mantu insisted on meeting me in person. He called, we spoke on phone. He sounded excited,” Timi Alaibe writes in Opinions.
“At the NDDC we are working closely with stakeholders to ensure that everyone is in tune with the plans of the commission for a greater and better tomorrow,” Udengs Eradiri explains in a goodwill message to mark International Youth Day 2021.
“The Amnesty programme should be dismembered and collapsed to operate under the office of the GMD of NNPC and the Chief of Staff to the President.”
Amid Alleged N450 Billion NDDC Contract Rip-off, Senate Panel Rejects Akpabio’s N23 Billion Capital Budget
The Senate Committee on the region, has rejected Akpabio’s 2020 capital budget of N23 billion due to uncompleted projects in the oil-polluted region.
This is certainly not the best season for the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), a supposed interventionist agency that is currently immersed in some unwholesome contract deals. The commission is on the spot in the Green Chamber of Nigeria’s bicameral Legislature, the House of Representatives.
Barely two weeks after Niger Delta Affairs Minister, Godswill Akpabio expressed serious disappointment over the performance of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), an interventionist agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is currently probing some contract deals and the fat bank accounts of the staff.
Prominent South-South leaders issued a stark warning Thursday to Ondo and Bayelsa youths, saying enough is enough.