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NDDC Boss vows to revisit all abandoned projects in Cross River

By Our Reporter

Representative of Cross River State at the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Board, Rt. Hon. (Chief) Orok Duke, has vowed to revisit all the Commission’s projects that have been abandoned across the state.

NDDC Boss vows to revisit all abandoned projects in Cross River

Duke stated this on Friday during an inspection visit to the Skill Acquisition Centre located in Akpabuyo local government area that has been abandoned.

NDDC Boss vows to revisit all abandoned projects in Cross River

Describing the project as massive, the NDDC Commissioner underscored its significance to Akpabuyo and Cross River as a whole. He declared that a project of such magnitude if completed would have had a great economic impact on the people of the area, which in the long run could address youth unemployment and its attendant restiveness.

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NDDC Boss vows to revisit all abandoned projects in Cross River

Duke assured that he would make case for all the abandoned projects in Cross River before the interventionist agency, expressing optimism that they would be looked into with a view to completing them.

NDDC Boss vows to revisit all abandoned projects in Cross River

Since assumption of office as the Commissioner representing Cross River, Rt. Hon. Orok Duke has demonstrated unwavering determination to tackle issues affecting communities in the state in line with the Commission’s statutory mandate as an intervention agency.

NDDC Boss vows to revisit all abandoned projects in Cross River

He has consistently affirmed that his work at NDDC is to complement the effort of Cross River State Government in all aspects of development.

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