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NDDC steps up completion of projects, Commissions N130m police quarters

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The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, has begun the speedy

completion and commissioning of projects in order to improve the living

conditions of the people of the Niger Delta region.

Speaking at the commissioning of a N130 million residential quarters for

police personnel in Port Harcourt on Monday, the Acting Managing

Director/CEO of the Commission, Mrs. Ibim Semenitari, said this is vital

“in the face of recent security and economic challenges and incidents in

the Niger Delta.
She added: “I believe it is incumbent upon us to continue to collaborate

with all relevant stakeholders to ensure that these challenges are

resolved and our people begin to move away from destructive to

constructive engagement.”
Mrs. Semenitari said the project was part of a broad-based partnership

with the Nigeria Police Force to add value to their effort at improving

regional security, adding that as an interventionist agency, the NDDC had

a responsibility to make sure that those who take care of our safety were

provided with befitting and comfortable accommodation.

She affirmed that the commissioning was “a worthy testimony of the

commission's new commitment to the speedy and credible completion of

projects,” adding that the NDDC will work hard to complete ongoing

projects “so that the people of the Niger Delta region will enjoy the

benefits of their immense contributions to the wealth and well-being of

Nigeria.
“This is what we owe them. This is what we owe ourselves, as custodians of

their collective aspiration,” Mrs. Semenitari said.

The NDDC boss commended the contractors of the project and called on all

NDDC contractors to emulate them. “We do have examples of contractors who

do their work diligently. This is one of them,” she said.

Responding, the Rivers State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Musa Kimo,

commended the NDDC for its continued support for the police in the region,

saying: “I thank the NDDC, on behalf of the Inspector General of Police,

and I promise that the residential quarters will be well utilized for the

benefit of the senior police officers.”
The police chief said that NDDC's contribution to the welfare of the

police officers would serve as a big source of encouragement and

motivation. “This is a dream come true,” he declared.

The NDDC is also building barracks for the Nigerian Police Special

Protection Unit, Base 6, at Omagwa in the outskirts of Port Harcourt. The

complex contains an administrative building and six blocks of residential

quarters.
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