President Tinubu Appoints New NDDC Board Members, Management

  • The president said that the appointment of the new board and administration took place immediately
  • Tinubu expects the new board of directors and leadership to ensure a new era of successful NDDC governance in line with its Renewed Hope program

The following Board and Management members have been appointed to the new Board and Management of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), with the approval of Bola President Ahmed Tinubu.

This was stated in a statement released on Tuesday in Abuja by Ajuri Ngelale, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity.

The President announced that a new board of directors and management were in place immediately.

The Chairman and members of the Board of Directors are listed below:

Mr. Chido Ibe – Chairman of the Board of Directors of Delta Corporation;

Dr. Samuel Ogbuku – Managing Director / CEO, Bayelsa;

Mr. Boma Iyaye – Executive Director (Finance & Administration) – Rivers;

The others are Mr. Victor Antai – Executive Director (Projects) – Akwa-Ibom;

Mr. Ifedayo Abegunde – Executive Director (Corporate Services) – Ondo and Senator Dimaro Denyanbofa – State Representative – Bayelsa;

Also Mr. Abasi Nkono – State Representative – Akwa Ibom; Honorable;

Monday Igbuya – State Representative – Delta and Chief Tony Okocha – State Representative – Rivers;

The Honorable Patrick Esowieren – State Representative – Edo;

Mr. Kirian Uchegbu – State Representative – Imo and Victor Kolade Akinjo – State Representative – Ondo;

Chief Dimgba Eruba – State Representative – Abia; and Mr Asu Oku Okang – State Representative – Cross River;

The three zonal members of the board are Hon. Nick Wende – Zonal Representative – North Central;

Hon. Namdas Abdulrazak – Zonal Representative – North East;

and Sen. Ibrahim Abdullahi Gobir – Zonal Representative – North West.

“The President expects the new board and management team to ensure a new era of successful management at NDDC in line with its renewed optimism agenda.”

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