NDDC: Uduaghan breaks silence as Akpabio names him among Contracts Beneficiaries


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Emmanuel Uduaghan, former Governor of Delta state has reacted to speculations that he is among the beneficiaries awarded contracts by Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).


The Punch on Monday, August 3 reported that Godswill Akpabio, Minister of Niger Delta Affairs listed former Delta state Governors, Emmanuel Uduaghan and James Ibori among the persons who were contracted to execute the Commission’s projects.

However, Uduaghan has debunked the allegation describing it as false and baseless

This was contained in a statement released by the former Governor’s media aide, Monoyo Edon.

The statement reads;

The attention of His Excellency, former Gov of Delta State Dr. Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan, has been drawn to a publication by The Punch Newspapers of Monday 3rd August 2020, which stated that the “Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, has linked two former governors of Delta State, Messrs James Ibori and Emmanuel Uduaghan, to the various contracts awarded by the Niger Delta Development Commission

In the said publication, it was stated that “Uduaghan was linked to the emergency repairs of Close B, Alhaji Estate & Environs, Rumuodomaya, Port Harcourt at a cost of N429m.

We want to state very clearly that the said accusation is FALSE. Dr. Uduaghan has never approached the NDDC for any contract whatsoever. It is even more ridiculous that the said contract is a road inside Port Harcourt town. 

Dr. Uduaghan has drawn the attention of the Hon. Minister of the Niger Delta, Sen Godswill Akpabio to the publication and hopes he makes a correction. 

Members of the public are advised to disregard the mischevious publication. 

Monoyo Edon,
Media Assistant to His Excellency,

Dr. Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan, CON,

The Immediate Past Governor of Delta State.

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