Wed. Sep 23rd, 2020

Amgbaduba: Umusadege, Midwestern Oil and Gas begins MOU process in Delta – The Liberator 

By Binebai Princewill

The workaholic commissioner for Delta State ministry of Oil and Gas, Prince Emman Ambgaduba have through his ministry midwifed a Memorandum of Understanding, MOU between the people of Umusadege community in Ndokwa West Local Government Area of Delta State and their host company Midwestern Oil and Gas.

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The Delta State commissioner for Oil and Gas flagged off the ceremony yesterday amidst company officials, community leaders as well as government officials.
In the opening ceremony on Wednesday, the Honourable Commissioner for Oil and Gas, Prince Emman Amgbaduba charged the community delegation to seize the opportunity to address issues that have been source of worry for the community.

He assured that the current administration of Governor Okowa is poised on ensuring conducive environment for investors while also projecting the best for host communities.
In his words: “Recall that we have always advocated for GMOUs and MOUs to foster a good working environment for oil companies and assurance of the implementstion of their corporate social responsibilities”

It was further learnt that the MOU process which will last for few days is being midwifed by the State ministry of Oil and Gas, and the ministry of Justice.

Community authorities and company officials that spoke to The Liberator Newspaper who did not want their names to be mentioned in print said “With the kick off of this MOU process, it will be the final journey to a lasting peace in Umusadege community, Ndokwa West Local Government Area of Delta State, we want to thank the Delta State Government headed by Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa for the swift response to the lingering bickerings that has enveloped us for too long”.

They particularly appreciated the Delta State Commissioner for Oil and Gas in midwifing the process, stressing that the community will always owe him in high esteem.

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