NDDC Board: Senate Rejects Three Of President Buhari’s Nominees (Photos)
The Nigerian Senate has began consideration of nominees for Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) board with Senate president Bukola Saraki presiding over the plenary.
The Senate reverted to committee of the whole to deliberate on their confirmation.
However, three out of the 19 were not confirmed. They include Hon. Donatus Enyinnaya of Abia state, Sen. OSita Bonaventure Izunaso, Imo state and Olatokunbo Ayotunde Ajasin of Ondo state.
Saraki thanked the committee for their efforts and congratulated the chairman and the new members of the board.
Two months ago, the Senate officially received a letter from President Muhammadu Buhari requesting the confirmation of Victor Ndoma Egba as chairman and Isima Ekere as managing director of the NDDC.
The Nigerian Senate had on Tuesday, October 4, screened Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba, the former Senate leader, as chairman of NDDC board and other members.
However, the former Senate leader was not screened, but spoke briefly to his colleagues, even as he was later asked to take a bow.
Read full list of the nominees below:
1. Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba – Chairman – Cross River state
2. Nsima Udo Ekere – Managing Director – Akaw-Ibom state
3. Engr Adjogbe Samuel – Executive director – Delta state
4. Mene Derek – Executive director (finance and administration) – Rivers state
5. Hon. Donatus Enyinnah – member – Abia state
6. Frank Samuel George – member – Akwa-Ibom state
7. Prof. Brambaifa Nelson – member – Bayelsa state
8. Sylvester Nsa – member – Cross-River state
9. Dr. Ogaga Ifowodo – member- Delta state
10. Hon. Uwuile Saturday – member – Edo state
11. Sen. Osita Izunaso – member – Imo state
12. Olatokunbo Ajasin – member- Ondo state
13. Harry Dabibi – member Rivers state
14. Benard Banfa – member- North central zone
15. Yahaya Mohammed – member – Northeast zone
16. Mustapha Dankadai – member – Northwest zone
17. Igo Weli – member -Niger Delta
18. Mahmoud Isa-Dutse – member- Federal Ministry of Finance
19. Abdul-Kazeem Bayero – member – Federal Ministry of Environment
See photo of the nominees below: