There is no record of IRDC N300 million shared - Odeli

Secretary of Tisun Management Co uncil in Warri North Local Government Area of Delta State, Prince


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There is no record of IRDC N300 million shared - Odeli
Prince David Odeli


Secretary of Tisun Management Co uncil in Warri North Local Government Area of Delta State, Prince David Odeli, has debunked reports making the rounds about a missing N300 million of Itsekiri Regional Development Committee, IRDC money, insisting there is no record that the amount was shared as being speculated.

 

Odeli, who is the Chairman - Elect of Tisun Management Council, made the declaration in a press statement released Wednesday December 9 in Warri, shortly after his  dig - deep on the alleged missing N300 million belonging to the 23 IRDC Communities under Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL operational areas in Warri South, Warri South - West and Warri North Local Government Areas in Delta State.

 

While commending Chairman of Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, DESOPADEC, Hon. Michael Diden, The Igba of Warri Kingdom, Chief Rita Lori - Ogbebor and the the IRDC executive led by Amb. Austine Oniyesan, " for ending the litigation that had negatively affected the smooth administration of IRDC and set the tone for rapid infrastructural development of the 23 Itsekiri Oil and Gas Producing/ Impacted Communities", Prince Odeli stated that the leadership of the 23 IRDC Communities would soon meet to fashion out the right socio - economic project (s) to be established in the fields that make up IRDC, " with a view to consolidate on the gains of the existing and ongoing infrastructural projects executed by IRDC and ultimately attract investors to the communities".

 

According to him, the Amb. Oniyesan's executive of IRDC is making good progress in the 105 housing units, four town halls, one Agric Farm and three concrete road projects it has so far awarded, " apart from the 2,800 secondary school and undergraduates scholarships given out to eligible indigenes of the Chevron host communities".

 

He urged the various executive of the 23 IRDC Communities to support the current IRDC leadership, saying such synergy would fast - track the much needed infrastructural and human capital development of the communities, particularly those in the coastal areas.


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