Rivers State Sustainable Development Agency, (RSSDA) Formally Joins Membership Of PH Chamber Of Commerce

By Anderson Hart

The Rivers State Sustainable Development Agency, (RSSDA) has formally joined the membership of Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture, PHCCIMA.

This was made known when a certificate of membership was presented to the Executive Director of the agency, Mr. Noble Pepple during the monthly council meeting of PHCCIMA held at the council hall in Port Harcourt..

Making the presentation, former PHCCIMA President, Prince Billy Gillis Harry said RSSDA's position in the state makes it cardinal for them to join the chamber, adding that it will further facilitate the achievement of her statutory objectives. The former PHCCIMA helmsman now President of the Coalition of south south chamber of Commerce, FOSSCCIMA said Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce has been extraordinary in adding value to its vast membership even as RSSDA stands to benefit immensely from her mentorship and other areas..

President of PHCCIMA, Engr. Emeka Unachukwu commended the Executive Director and his team for joining the chamber. He said irrespective of the fact that the agency were yet to join the chamber; RSSDA has been a reliable ally, working closely with PHCCIMA in various fronts to accomplish set goals. 'RHCCIMA and RSSDA have been working together; however, joining PHCCIMA today will further add momentum and increase our thrust to help the agency, and further existing relationship. He said it would open vistas of opportunities that will enable the agency to leverage on PHCCIMA member services to achieve its purpose.

'Let me on behalf of the exco and council of the Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce, heartily welcome the Rivers State Sustainable Development Agency as member of PHCCIMA', he was quoted as saying

The executive director of RSSDA, Noble Pepple in his remark said he is excited with the glut of prospects at their disposal in PHCCIMA. He expressed confidence that the Port Harcourt chamber of commerce will bring her experience to bear in furthering the effort of RSSDA in the state so far. Mr. Pepple thanked PHCCIMA for accepting the agency as one of its members saying he is hopeful the relationship will blossom beyond belief.