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NDDC: Ogidi resumes, pledges effective representation

WARRI—Chief Emma Ogidi, Commissioner representing Delta State in the Board of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), has resumed office yesterday at the Commission’s Warri office, with a promise to offer quality and effective representation.
He gave the assurance while addressing top officials of the commission on his resumption, commending them for their commitment to duties, and urged the staff to be steadfast and proactive in their official dealings to move the commission forward.

Chief Ogidi further assured that his administration will attract meaningful development to the state oil producing communities, a mandate that was reposed in him by the people.

Meanwhile, Chief  Jim Elueni, assistant legal adviser, Delta State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who accompanied Chief Ogidi on his resumption, also assured that Chief Ogidi’s administration will usher in the much desired development in oil bearing communities.

He described the appointment of Chief Ogidi as timely, divine, and urged Deltans, particularly the oil producing communities to give him  (Ogidi) the needed support to enable him discharge his legitimate duty effectively to  better the lives of all.


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