• May 16, 2021

Niger Delta’s COVID-19 Efforts Bogged Down By Poor Health Facilities – NDDC

Franca Joseph (AGENDAWATCHDOG) – The deplorable conditions of health facilities in Nigeria, particularly in the Niger Delta region, has stalled the ongoing efforts against the continued spread of the coronavirus disease, according to the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

NDDC’s acting Managing Director, Prof. Kemebradikumo Pondei, made this disclosure at the weekend during a ceremony organised by the commission at the NDDC Warehouse, in Trans-Amadi Industrial Layout, Port Harcourt to commence the distribution of medical and relief items to Niger Delta States as part of its contribution to ongoing efforts against he further spread of COVID-19.

The Secretary-General of the Traditional Rulers of Oil Minerals Producing Communities in the Niger Delta, (TROMPCON), Chief Frank Okurakpor, the Amamgada X11 of Rebisi, Eze W. Akarolo, and a Niger Delta youth leader, Mr Jonathan Lokpobiri, all commended the NDDC for its developmental strides in the Niger Delta, including its support for the ongoing efforts against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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