NDDC Board Member, Orok Duke, Commits to Addressing Abandoned Projects in Cross River

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Rt. Hon. Orok Duke, the Cross River representative on the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) board has pledged to revisit and address all abandoned NDDC projects across the state NEGROIDHAVEN can say.

During an inspection visit on Friday to the skill acquisition center in Akpabuyo local government area, Duke highlighted the project’s abandonment and its importance. He described the project as substantial and emphasized its potential impact on Akpabuyo and Cross River as a whole. Duke noted that completing such a significant project could greatly benefit the local economy and help mitigate youth unemployment and related issues.

NDDC Representative, Orok Duke, on Friday in Akpabuyo
Abandoned projects at the skill acquisition centre in Akpabuyo

Duke assured that he would advocate for the revival of all abandoned projects in Cross River before the NDDC, expressing confidence that these projects would be reconsidered and completed.

Since taking office as the NDDC Commissioner representing Cross River, Rt. Hon. Orok Duke has shown a steadfast commitment to addressing issues affecting communities in the state, in alignment with the Commission’s role as an intervention agency.

He has consistently stated that his efforts at the NDDC are intended to support the Cross River State government’s development initiatives.