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 Ijaw Rights Group Condemns Eric Omare Call For The Cancellation Of NDDC Interim Management Board, Says Appointments Is In Order

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Ijaw Rights Group Condemns Eric Omare Call For The Cancellation Of NDDC Interim Management Board, Says Appointments Is In Order

Ijaw Social Human Right Group led by Ogobiri, Demebide commends President Buhari and Senator Akpabio over the appointments of the NDDC Interim Management Board

Congratulates Cairo Ojougboh, Gbene Joi Nunieh, Ibanga Bassey Etang

 

The Ijaw Social Human Right Group (ISHRG) has express support for President Muhammadu Buhari and Senator Godswill Akpabio for appointing three-man Interim Management Committee to oversee the affairs of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

The Ijaw group expressed readiness to support and work with President Buhari, Senator Akpabio and the three man interim management committee to oversee the affairs of the NDDC Board.

They made this known on Saturday in Warri during a meeting held by members of Ijaw elites forum and leaders of the group.

They commended the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, who inaugurate the three-man steering committee that is headed by Dr. Gbene Joi Nunieh as acting Managing Director, Cairo Ojougboh as acting Executive Director Projects and Chief Ibanga Bassey Etang as acting Executive Director Finance to bring their wealth of managerial experience to the Commission and the Region to better the lives of the People.

Comrade Jerome Demebide, who is the former National Deputy President of Ijaw Youth Council ( IYC) noted that Ijaws are fully in support of the Committee setup to oversee the Commission during its forensic audit.

“The leaders of the group, Comrade Joreme Demebide and Comrade Timi Ogobiri condemned Barr. Eric Omare publication and interview in Channel TV for calling the cancellation of the three man interim forensic management board.

They further registered their support for President Muhammadu Buhari’s order for forensic audit of the Niger Delta Development Commission’s (NDDC) accounts, expressing optimism that the new board will do a good job probing the past of the commission.

The Ijaw group also echo their satisfaction with the caliber of those the President has appointed to take over the task of the commission and restore the region’s to a pathway of infrastructural development, urging appointees to use their wealth of experience and capacity to save the region from infrastructural deficit.

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