The managing director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Christian Oboh, has assured stakeholders and the general public of the agency’s readiness to comply with the Freedom of Information act.
This according to him, will enable anyone have the opportunity to seek and get information on the true state of affairs in the commission.
He said this while speaking at a one-day sensitisation and enlightenment training, on the FOI Act, for the management staff of the institution.
He explained that the training was part of efforts to create effective channels for the exchange of information with its key stake holders.
“The FOI act has ushered in a new dawn in the quest for transparency and accountability,” he said.
Mr Oboh stressed that the policy thrust of the NDDC was in tandem with objectives of the FOI Act and indeed all government’s policies that promote democracy.
According to the NDDC…
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