Niger Delta Group Chides Akpabio Over Delayed NDDC Board

1/16/2022 2:34:00 PM
Niger Delta Group Chides Akpabio Over Delayed NDDC Board

Niger Delta Group Chides Akpabio Over Delayed NDDC Board

Niger Delta Group Chides Akpabio Over Delayed NDDC Board

Project Niger Delta (PND), a non-governmental organisation in the Niger Delta region, has berated the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill

He said: “Since December 22, 2020, Mr.Effiong Akwa was been appointed by Mr President through the lobbying of Senator Godswill Akpabio as Interim Administrator of NDDC and the duo hail from Akwa-Ibom. Since then the collective prosperity and federal government developmental incentives to the region are being managed by one lion family led by Sen. Godswill Akpabio and our resources are being used for personal gains despite our consistent appeal and peaceful resolution, the minister has turned a deaf ear.

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Effiong Akwa was been appointed by Mr President through the lobbying of Senator Godswill Akpabio as Interim Administrator of NDDC and the duo hail from Akwa-Ibom. Since then the collective prosperity and federal government developmental incentives to the region are being managed by one lion family led by Sen. The suit was titled, “Notice of application for an order enforcing a fundamental right brought pursuant to Order 2 Rule I of the FREP Rules 2009 Chapter IV, S. Godswill Akpabio and our resources are being used for personal gains despite our consistent appeal and peaceful resolution, the minister has turned a deaf ear. The residents were said to have been attacked while harvesting crops on their farmlands, while many houses and food stores were also destroyed during the attack. ADVERTISEMENT “We at PND hereby call on Senator Akpabio not to take us for granted and expedite actions to inaugurate the board for the benefit of all, anything less than that, we shall mobilise Niger Delta youths against him and the Interim Administrator who are sabotaging the collective interest of the Niger Delta people. 24 of 1999, S.” Project Niger Delta also queried the nonchalant attitude of IYC, led by Comrade Timothy Igbifa, for its long silence and also called on the leadership of the Ijaw National Congress, INC, led by Professor Benjamin Okaba to continue to speak against the apparent leadership failure of Senator Godswill Akpabio in relation to the handling of the NDDC matters. We cannot just allow these people to continue with this massacre.

Continuing, the group stated that, “in the same vein we are also calling on Pa E. 9 LFN 2004; Articles 1,2,7, 21 & 30 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of human rights; international covenant on civil and political rights. According to him, the government and security agencies will intensify efforts to ensure the perpetrators are apprehended. K Clark led Pan Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF, to speak out against the further delay in the inauguration of the NDDC board, because as it stands NDDC belongs to only Akwa-Ibom State, while Cross River, Rivers, Delta, Bayelsa, Edo, Ondo, Abia and Imo states are being denied their representation to fast track development in their states thereby defeating the purpose for the establishment of the commission.” ADVERTISEMENT . All rights reserved.