Wednesday, 22 March 2017

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: Isoko Development union- Idu (women wing) commends EDP-NDDC and Entire NDDC Board

...Hails Board's Stiff Resolve on Sustainable Development Vision.

By Milton Atuyota from Delta State.

"We are here for all Niger deltans irrespective of gender, age, tribe and so on. So if we have to exhaust all resources at our disposal towards ensuring sustainable development and advancement in the Niger delta region, that exactly, we must do. "

Executive Director Projects(EDP), Engr Samuel Adjogbe, FNSE., made public this resolve, yesterday during a meeting with representatives of the renowned Isoko Development Union (IDU)-Women's Wing in his office in Port Harcourt. 

EDP also used the opportunity to commend the Federal Government's 'modular refineries initiative' while also eulogizing the ongoing moves of the Federal Government in maintaining peace and attracting sustainable development to the Niger delta region.

President of IDU Women's wing, Mrs Caroline Usikpedor Omoniye, who hailed the decisiveness of the present NDDC Board also took time to commend the dogged efforts of the EDP in the discharge of his duties.

Whilst speaking on behalf of the Group, Mrs Caroline opined:

'' With the recent moves and decisions of the present board, we are confident in the team's commitment to empowering the women of the region." 

Special Assistant to EDP, Mr. Oyuwe Dillion and other representatives of the group were also present during the meeting. 

It would also be recalled that Adjogbe recently bagged a merit award from the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers (NIMeche) in view of his sterling and result oriented attributes both in professional and official standing.

Executive Director Projects ( EDP) , NDDC- Engr Samuel Adjogbe, FNSE (middle), Special Assistant to EDP, Mr Dillion Oyuwe (First Right) and Representatives of Isoko Development Union (Women's Wing). 

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