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Imo and Abia Governors Advocate for Audit of NDDC Projects during Minister’s Visit

Imo and Abia Governors Advocate for Audit of NDDC Projects during Minister's Visit Federal Government Urges NDDC Board to Implement Forensic Audit Recommendations

In a recent statement from the Ministry of Niger Delta Development, Governors Hope Uzodimma of Imo State and Alex Otti of Abia State have called upon the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Abubakar Momoh, to conduct a thorough audit of incomplete projects funded by the Federal Government through the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

The aim is to ensure the completion of these projects where necessary.

During the minister’s visit to Imo State, Governor Uzodimma stressed the importance of collaboration among stakeholders to advance infrastructural development, economic empowerment, and sustainable peace in the Niger Delta Region.

He specifically highlighted the need for auditing incomplete projects and reassigning the Amnesty Officer within the Ministry to create an enabling environment for development.

Governor Otti of Abia State echoed similar sentiments during Momoh’s visit to the state, emphasizing the importance of completing abandoned projects to achieve impactful development outcomes. The minister assured his support in this regard.

Minister Momoh conducted a comprehensive inspection tour of ongoing projects across Abia State, including road construction, land reclamation, and school rehabilitation, as part of efforts to foster development and strengthen ties within the Niger Delta.

He appealed for increased collaborative engagements to curb insecurity and facilitate project execution across the region.

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