NDDC MD hails appointment of Dr. Otuaro as PAP Boss

Chief Samuel Ogbuku, PhD, the Managing Director/CEO of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), has expressed excitement over the appointment of Chief Dennis Brutu Otuaro, PhD, the Ibe-Uyadonwei of Gbaramatu Kingdom, on his recent appointment as the new Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP).

In his congratulatory message, Chief Ogbuku commends Chief Otuaro’s work ethics, character, and deep understanding of the challenges faced by the Niger Delta region. Drawing from Chief Otuaro’s tenure as Special Assistant on Special Duties at the NDDC, Chief Ogbuku expresses confidence in his ability to fulfill his duties in his new capacity.

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The statement reads in full: “On behalf of the Management and Staff of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), I congratulate you, Chief Dennis Burutu Otuaro, PhD, the Ibe-Uyadonwei of Gbaramatu Kingdom, on your new appointment as the Administrator, Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP).

“It is a well-deserved appointment. I observed you closely, your work ethics, your character and your deep knowledge about the Niger Delta struggles during your stint at the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) as my Special Assistant on Special Duties.

“I have no iota of doubt that you possess the discipline and capacity to discharge the functions of your new office. I welcome you on board the task of navigating the tough terrains to find lasting solutions to the challenges confronting our beloved region. I believe that with the right disposition, collaboration and partnerships, we will evolve the Niger Delta of our dream.May God help you to succeed in your new office,” he concluded.

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