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Security beefed up at NDDC headquarters in Port Harcourt over planned protest




Safety has been beefed up on the headquarters of the Niger Delta Improvement Fee in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital, over a deliberate protest by some youths within the area.

Police patrol vans, in addition to cops, had been seen on Tuesday across the workplace of the NDDC in an obvious bid to forestall the breakdown of regulation and order.

That is coming two weeks after a youth group, often called the South South Youth Initiative, threatened to stage a protest on the NDDC headquarters to drive residence their calls for.

The youths are demanding the structure of a substantive board of the NDDC.

In an announcement by the president of the group, Saviour Imeaba, the youths had threatened to “occupy the headquarters of NDDC” on the expiration of their two weeks ultimatum if the Federal Authorities fails to deal with their calls for.

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