“We Should be Proud of the Executive Secretary NCDMB” — Hon Sunny-Goli

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We are blessed to have an extraordinary and experienced technocrat who is carrying out his statutory duties without claiming to be perfect. I, therefore, think we should be proud of his immense achievements.

 

The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) remains one of the most viable agencies of the Federal Government.

Since its establishment in 2010, the Board has significantly revamped the Oil and Gas sector to be more optimal, and has also made it possible for Nigerians to have a huge stake in the petroleum industry.

The Board, under the leadership of our brother, Engr. Simbi Kesiye Wabote has completed the 17-storey Headquarters in Yenagoa; and he had also provided skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled jobs for hundreds of Bayelsans.

I remember joining the Executive Secretary to commission the cutting-edge ICT Center and Science Laboratory in Okpoama and Twon Brass, respectively, in Brass Local Government Area.

The construction of the Oil and Gas Park in Emeyal, Ogbia LGA and that of the Gas Cylinder Manufacturing Plant in Polaku, Yenagoa LGA; as well as the Subsea Learning Center at Opolo, among others, are some of the projects the Executive Secretary has attracted to Bayelsa State.

It is expedient to point out that the position of the Executive Secretary of NCDMB is not a “campaign office”. It is rather a very technical position that demands utmost diligence, professionalism, focus and the like. Therefore, every form of distraction and “pull-him-down” syndrome, for whatever intent and purpose, from any quarters, must be discouraged.

We are blessed to have an extraordinary and experienced technocrat who is carrying out his statutory duties without claiming to be perfect. I, therefore, think we should be proud of his immense achievements.

Hon. Israel Sunny-Goli
Member, House of Representatives
Brass-Nembe Federal Constituency



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