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DOUBLE STANDARDS: Northerners in charge at NEDC, N/Deltans not fully in charge at NDDC — Senator Ekpeyong

By Chioma Onuegbu, Uyo Senator Christopher Ekpenyong represents Akwa Ibom North West (Ikot Ekpene) in the 9th Senate on the platform of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP. In this interview, speaks on the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) unending controversies, reasons the All Progressives Congress (APC) should not be returned to power at the federal
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Alkali: Why NEDC is getting it right

By Daniel Enyi The Boko Haram conflict in North-East Nigeria indeed came with its attendant consequences that saw countless persons’ death and the destruction of properties and livelihoods worth several billions of naira. The impact of this conflict has left a sour taste in the mouth, which indeed necessitated the establishment of an interventionist agency
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NEDC and transparency in governance

By Deborah Obeweh Transparency, as one of the basic principles of good governance, implies the public insight in the work of public administration and bodies. Citizens should be enabled to inspect the work of the public administration as well as the availability of instruments for monitoring the decision-making process. Also, citizens should be familiar with
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National Minimum Wage: Impracticable and unfair; commendation for National Assembly

Senate commends NEDC 1 year achievements

The Nigerian Senate Committee on Special Duties on Friday commended the North-East Development Commission, NEDC for its “outstanding performance” in the area of humanitarian intervention. The Chairman of Senate Committee on Special Duties, Sen. Yusuf Yusuf, gave the commendation when he led a delegation on a three-day oversight function to appraise the one-year performance of
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