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APC South-South Zone Visits NDDC, Seeks Synergy for Niger Delta Development

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In a bid to strengthen partnership and foster synergy for the development of the Niger Delta region, a delegation of members of the National Working Committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the South-South Zone paid a courtesy visit to the Executive Management Team of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) on Thursday.

Led by the Chairman of the APC National Working Committee, South-South Zone, Mr. Victor Giadom, the delegation included other party executives and stakeholders from the region.

The visit aimed to build a working relationship with the NDDC and get firsthand information on the commission’s projects and initiatives in the region.

Giadom commended the NDDC Management for their achievements, particularly the recent commissioning of projects in the region.

He emphasized the need for collaboration to ensure the success of the renewed hope agenda of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, noting that the party is interested in seeing how government policies are being implemented in agencies like the NDDC.

“We are here to build synergy with NDDC and get firsthand information on what the commission is doing. We want to assure you that as we have been given this platform, part of our responsibility is to make this government proud. Right now, we have gone beyond partisan politics. This is the point of governance, and in governance, there are no party boundaries. Because it is about the people,” Giadom said.

The Managing Director and CEO of NDDC, Dr. Samuel Ogbuku, welcomed the delegation and highlighted the commission’s transition from transactional to transformational projects.

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He showcased recent achievements, including the Iko-Atabrikang-Opolom-IwuoAchang Road project, which includes the 600-meter Ibeno Bridge, in Ibeno Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State, and thousands of solar power electricity projects across the region.

Ogbuku emphasized the need for accountability and transparency in governance, stating that the NDDC is committed to implementing the renewed hope agenda of President Tinubu. “We want to assure you that as we have been given this platform, part of our responsibility is to make this government proud. We are here to implement the renewed hope agenda of Mr. President, and NDDC is ready to play its part,” he said.

The visit marks a significant step towards fostering a partnership between the APC South-South Zone and NDDC to enhance the lives of the people in the Niger Delta region.

Both parties agreed on the importance of synergy and collaboration in driving development in the region.

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