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NDDC: Group calls for prosecution of accused officers

 Bolaji Ogundele, Abuja

 

FOLLOWING the N80 billion saga presently rocking the Niger Delta Improvement Fee (NDDC), a strain group, Host Communities of Nigeria (HOSCON), has referred to as for the sack and prosecution of officers who allegedly plundered the “frequent wealth” of Niger Deltans.

The group, in an announcement after a gathering amongst leaders from the 10 oil producing states, Delta, Edo, Ondo, Lagos, Bayelsa, Rivers, Cross Rivers, Akwa-Ibom, Abia and Imo yesterday, demanded the pressing inauguration of the screened NDDC Board.

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In line with the assertion which was signed by HOSCON’s Nationwide Director of Media and publicity, Okakuro Monday Whiskey, the folks of the area have had sufficient of the “wonton wastage and outright stealing that’s ongoing presently, within the Fee”.

The group added that when the NDDC was put underneath the management of the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, it had raised an alarm in November 2019 that such shall be detrimental to the area.

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“We’re not snug with the multi-billion naira fraud that has bedeviled the Niger Delta Improvement Fee (NDDC) underneath the kangaroo three members Interim Administration Committee (IMC), resulting in wastage of over 80 Billion Naira.

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“We demand with out additional delay, that the already screened and confirmed Board by the Nationwide Meeting underneath the Chairmanship of His Excellency Dr. Pius Odubu, be urgently inaugurated to place a cease to this.

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“We demand with out additional delay, the return of the NDDC again to the Presidency for correct administration and supervision.”

NDDC: Group calls for prosecution of accused officers

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