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The United Kingdom chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has congratulated Lady Lauretta Onochie on her confirmation by the Nigerian Senate as the Chairman of The Niger Delta Development Commission (NNDC).
According to the statement released by the chapter’s publicity secretary of the party, Mr Jacob Ogunseye and signed by J K Adebola the Interim Chairman and Chairman APC UK PCC, the chapter states that this appointment and confirmation which is well-deserved couldn’t have come at a better time and to a nicer person.
“As a strong Amazon and great Progressive, Lady Lauretta Onochie’s capability and capacity to deliver is never in doubt and if the fearlessness which she displayed in the discharge of her responsibilities in her previous and present roles in the Presidency is anything to go by, we believe she will justify the confidence reposed in her by President Mohammadu Buhari for bestowing on her this great assignment by bringing to bear on the new role her expertise to better the fortunes of NDDC and make us Diasporas proud with sterling achievements at NDDC”.
The statement noted that Lauretta Onochie will be going into NDDC with her wealth of experience as a consummate professional and a Diasporan who has proved her mettle and discharged her duties excellently at home and abroad.
“Niger Delta is in for a new era that will usher in real development in the entire area under the leadership of Lauretta Onochie and calls for the cooperation of all Niger Deltans with the new Chairman to ensure she succeeds in the new role for the betterment of all”
“On behalf of APC UK Chapter, we say congratulations and pray that she excels as always in the new position”, the statement concluded.