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Hold Sylva, Akpabio, Amaechi, others, responsible for developmental failure in Niger Delta region – MOSIEND




A pan Niger Delta group, referred to as the Motion for the Survival of Izon Ethnic Nationality in Niger Delta (MOSIEND), has instructed the folks of the area to carry the Minister of state for petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylva, Minister for Niger Delta affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, and the present Minister for transportation, Rt Hon. Chibuike Amaechi, and different appointees from the area, accountable over what they described as “deteriorating growth state of affairs within the area.”


The group added that the area has suffered developmental standstill for the reason that Buhari administration took over in 2015.

They spoke by an announcement despatched to DAILY POST, by MOSIEND’s Nationwide Mobilization Officer, Alhaji Abubaka Amaigo Brown, after a consultative assembly with ethnic youths leaders from Rivers State and MOSIEND Executives from the Jap Zone, in preparation of a proposed Niger Delta Ethnic communities youth leaders convention.

The group famous that it’s extremely regrettable that 6 years into the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, not one of the authorities appointees from the area had use goodwill to provoke and achieve any affordable venture.

The assertion reads “Our kinsmen (Ministers / Appointees) who’re privileged to be on the corridors of energy below Buhari’s authorities had failed us, we’re dissatisfied by their insensitivity to the flight of the area, they’re undoubtedly not representing the curiosity and other people of the area.

“How most of the serving Ministers have approached Mr President to recommend methods and technique of implementing the 16 level agenda offered to the President since 2016 by PANDEF and Conventional Rulers within the area, what further efforts have they invested in the direction of addressing among the teething points plaguing the socio financial and developmental development of the area.

“Let’s be frank with ourselves, the rising insecurity, unemployment, disquiet and disaffection within the area will be because of lack of synergy, unity of objective and 0 imaginative and prescient by our folks within the Federal Govt Council.

“It’s unlucky that Niger Delta Ministers below Buhari Authorities aren’t good politicians, and that’s why their supporters can defect in droves, how come their ardent supporters are so hungry and looking out ragtag. In the meantime, their counterparts from different areas, particularly within the North and West have had a number of joint conferences, summits and strategic engagement throughout celebration divides to collectively handle their conditions, ours are positioned in a dagger drawn posture

“One start’s to wonder if it’s the identical crop of Ministers, who again then as Governors, labored very laborious and have become the satisfaction of the area because of their excessive stage of efficiency amongst their fellow Governors! So what’s the explanation for the sudden withdrawal tendencies and wallowing in inertia. A few of them had been united in opposition to ex-President Jonathan’s 2nd time period bid, however fell aside instantly they achieved their mission.

“Practically two years to the expiration of this authorities, it’s starting to inform on us that we’re on the receiving finish. Nothing is working, nothing tangible has been achieved from Ministry of Transportation, Petroleum, Niger Delta, NDDC, Amnesty and so forth.

“MOSIEND is asking on political actors within the area to try to sheath their sword! Cash, Energy and fame are all vainness! This PEPPER THEM disposition and deep hatred for the folks and growth of the area ought to be jettisoned in any respect value, energy is transient.

“The Niger Delta Area is in dire want of unity, peace and growth. MOSIEND is interesting to our Honourable Ministers, Governors and appointees in energy to let go of ego and pity sentiment, shut ranks, evaluate notes and begin laying the inspiration for industrialization exterior oil and gasoline within the area.”

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