Tuesday, October 5th, 2021

Buhari Commissions NDDC Headquarter After 26 Years

President Muhammadu Buhari has commissioned the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC headquarter, after 26 years of construction.

Bashir Ahmad, the Personal Assistant to the President on new media reveal this on his twitter handle. According to Mr. Bashir, the construction of the corporate headquarters began in 1994.

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In 1994, the ground breaking for the Niger Delta Development Commission corporate headquarters, was carried out – it was OMPADEC at the time. Twenty-six (26) years, and 17 Chief Executive Officers later, it has fallen on President Muhammadu Buhari to complete and commission the NDDC headquarter building.

Honorable Minister Godswill Akpabio said that, Mr. President gave marching orders that this project must be completed. In his words, he says, “it is another milestone which evidences the commitment of Mr. President to the development of Nigeria, particularly the Niger Delta region.”

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For 15 years the rented Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC Headquarter was not connected to national grid, so they can give contracts for diesel. That became a racket on its own, Honorable Minister Godswill Akpabio continued.

Finally, Mr. Akpabio recalls that when he visited the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC headquarter project site after be became Niger Delta Minister in 2019, he was told that no minister or even its Chief Executive Officer or Administrator has ever visited the site since 1996.

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The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC headquarter is a 13-floor building base in Port Harcourt. The commission Interim Administrator, Mr. Effiong Akwa said at the newly completed headquarter that the new complex was a testimony to the fact that President Buhari was determined to reposition the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, for the rapid development of the Niger Delta region.

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