Niger Delta Stakeholders Must Discuss Development Issues – Ogbuku

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Managing director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Dr. Samuel Ogbuku, has stressed the importance of stakeholders' engagements in the development of the Niger Delta region.

Addressing newsmen at a press conference in Port Harcourt, Ogbuku said it was imperative for Niger Deltans to have a conversation on development issues, hence the Niger Delta Stakeholders Summit taking place in the Rivers State capital from July 10-13, 2024.

He stated that the summit with the theme: “Renewed Hope for Sustainable Development of the Niger Delta Region,” would provide a platform for new ideas and strategies to fast-track development in the Niger Delta in line with the Renewed Hope Agenda of President Bola Tinubu.


He said, “The summit will not just be a forum for a few individuals, but will involve major stakeholders, including members of the National Assembly, ministers from the region, traditional rulers and the private sector experts to discuss the Niger Delta.”

Ogbuku stated that previous engagements with different groups were instrumental to maintain peace in various communities, noting that development could not take place in a crisis-prone environment.

He said: “One of the cardinal policies of President Bola Tinubu's administration is stakeholders' engagement and that is one area the NDDC is doing very well and we are getting good results.”

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