Buhari names former Edo governor as NDDC board chairman in newly reconstituted board

Gbeleyi Abayomi

President Muhammadu Buhari has reconstituted the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) board and appointed Pius Odubu, a former deputy governor of Edo state, as chairman of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

Mr Odubu served as the deputy of Adams Oshiomhole when the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was the governor of Edo state.

Olusegun Adekunle, permanent secretary in the office of the secretary to the government of the federation (SGF), announced the appointment in a statement.

He however said the appointment is sequel to the confirmation of the senate.
Adekune said the interim management headed by Nelson Brambaifa had been directed to hand over to the most senior director in the commission.

He said the chairman and members of the newly composed governing board would visit the secretary to the government of the federation’s office on September 2 for proper documentation and briefing.

  • Here are names of the new appointees on the NDDC board:
    Bernard O. Okumagba, managing director
  • Otobong Ndem, executive director projects
  • Maxwell Okoh, executive director finance & admin
  • Jones Erue
  • Victor Ekhatar
  • Joy Yimebe Nunieh
  • Nwogu Nwogu
  • Theodore A. Allison
  • Victor Antai
  • Maurice Effiwatt
  • Olugbenga Elema Ondo
  • Uchegbu Chidiebere Kyrian
  • Aisha Murtala Muhammed
  • Ardo Zubairu Adamawa
  • Badmus Mutalib

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