NDDC’s New Directors Tasked With Elevating Service Delivery Standards

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In a bid to enhance service delivery, the Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Dr. Samuel Ogbuku, has called upon the recently appointed directors within the commission to prioritize efficiency in their roles.

During the inauguration of a comprehensive two-week training program for NDDC directors in Abuja, Ogbuku emphasised the shared responsibility of delivering top-notch services to the people of the Niger Delta region.

Represented by his Chief of Staff, Rev. Julius Oworibo, the NDDC leader explained that the Strategic Management and Leadership Program would equip directors with the skills needed to make crucial decisions that would significantly influence the direction of the NDDC and the Niger Delta region.

Ogbuku acknowledged the substantial challenges confronting the region; including environmental degradation due to oil exploration and exploitation, insufficient infrastructure, disparities in education, and healthcare shortcomings. He underscored the pivotal role that these directors play in addressing these challenges; emphasising the necessity for strategic thinking and unwavering dedication.

Ogbuku stressed that as he assumes his new directorial roles, he is not just taking positions of authority but embracing a profound responsibility to shape the destiny of the region.

 

 

 

 

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