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Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Nksleek: 9:33am On Jul 30
Abandoned NDDC Projects Of A Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio As Beneficiary Surfaces Online

Niger Delta Development Commission’s awarded contracts for two cottage hospitals, two road projects in Patani LGA of Delta State were abandoned by cronies of Hon Nicholas Mutu from between 2012 and 2014.

Photos of the abandoned projects were sourced for by well meaning Niger Deltans after Godswill Akpabio mentioned Mutu as one of the Lawmakers that are beneficiaries of NDDC contracts.

Well, JesuTeke Prosper took to social media to showcase many of the abandoned projects in his vicinity thus;

Two abandoned NDDC cottage hospitals, two abandoned Road projects in Odorubu community, Patani LGA, Delta state.

All were facilitated and awarded to cronies of Hon Nicholas Mutu since 2012 and 2014.

The rate of Hon Nicholas Mutu abandoned projects in patani LGA is alarming.

There is a shore protection project in Abari town, Patani LGA. It has also been abandoned.

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Simplyleo: 9:33am On Jul 30
The lawmaker that abandoned the project must be a fool for committing even a dime to the project.

What stops him from putting the money in his pocket? Is he not aware of the on going stealing competition duly supported by Asari Dokubo?

Abeg, if and when Akpabio leaves, the next to take over should double what Akpabio did. He has the full backing of Asari Dokubo. After all, na our oyel money. Developing Niger Delta region is not necessary, we can always insult the north for poor development. undecided

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by DuBLINGreenb(m): 9:46am On Jul 30
I have been to patani several times it's a pity the people are suffering and dying needlessly and have to go miles for healthcare issues I know a few kids who died as a result

Whereas they could have had 2 hospitals, a market, a few good roads which would have increased the value of life there and raised their standard of living.

Whereas those of you blaming South South and Asari etc are fools, I have never been a fan of asari but the problem with Nddc is a Nigerian problem not a south south or Niger Delta problem

Of course some Niger Deltans like akpabio and co. are complacent along with non Niger Deltans like Mele Kyari the NNPC DG but they are individuals representing their pockets and not their regions and we pray that they all suffer for 600 years

No ordinary person from south south can enter Akpabios office to demand anything not even employment or accountability simply because you are Niger Deltan

Nddc, nnpc, pppra and all other oil related organisations in Nigeria have people from all over Nigeria working there and stealing off the resources in the Niger Delta.

Infact the number of northerners and South westerners working in Nnpc and Nddc and pppra are more than the Niger Deltans in those organisations

Nddc and co. Are operated the same way Nigeria police, efcc, army, Pension, Nscdc, immigration and co.are run the Nigerian way

Recently the itshekiri, Ijaw people were protesting the handing over of 57 oil blocs in the Niger Delta to people non of whom was from the NigerDelta region, so these new oil bloc owners stay in Abuja, Lagos, zamfara etc and pollute our water ways and kill all our fishes in the Niger Delta while their houses and families are far away making it hard for us to kidnap them or burn their properties if they mess up.

Maybe we should go back to blowing up pipe lines, kidnapping oil workers and so on so that you people will know that we are serious

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by godkiller(m): 10:01am On Jul 30
NDDC and NCDC have a lot in common.

Drop your number let us invest in transportation.
Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Sammy07: 10:07am On Jul 30
godkiller:
NDDC and NCDC have a lot in common.


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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Sammy07: 10:15am On Jul 30
DuBLINGreenb:
I have been to patani several times it's a pity the people are suffering and dying needlessly and have to go mike's for healthcare issues I know a few kids who died as a result

Whereas they could have had 2 hospitals, a market, a fews good roads which would have increased the value of life there and raised their standard if living it's a pity.

Whereas those of you blaming S.S and Asari etc are fools, I have never been a fan of asari but the problem with Nddc is a Nigerian problem not a south south or NigerDelta problem

Of course some Niger Deltans like akpabio and co. are complacent but as individuals

Nobody from south south can enter Akpabios office to demand anything not even employment

Nddc, nnpc, pppra and all other oil related organisations in Nigeria have people from all over Nigeria working there and stealing from the people

Infact the number of northerners and South westerners working in Nnpc and Nddc and pppra are more than the Niger Deltans in those organisations

Recently the itshekiri, Ijaw people were protesting the feeding of 57 oil blocs in the Niger Delta to Nigerians non of the 57 persons or companies who got those blocs are Niger Deltans so they stay in Abuja, Lagos, zamfara etc and pollute our water ways and kill all our fishes in the Niger Delta

Maybe we should go back to blowing up pipe lines, kidnapping oil workers and so on so that you people can know that we are serious

How can I unread this? angry

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by frankyychiji(f): 11:38am On Jul 30
Sammy07:


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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by layzie: 12:18pm On Jul 30
Road construction contracts in NDDC are hardly completed. Sometimes not for fault of contractor. Before now, it was payment on achieved milestones. But the payment will take years to come, leading to the washing away of what had already been achieved. This leads to variations upon variations occassioned by delayed payments and its effect on work already done. At the end, it gets abandoned.

Later they changed to - complete with ur money then we pay. In this case, an uncompleted contract won't be paid for. In other words, a contractor with an abandoned contract is the one losing and not NDDC. Commission can they decide to re-award due to non performance. But then, this is Nigeria.

I put all blames of abandoned contracts squarely on NDDC

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Dpharisee: 2:33pm On Jul 30
Our Oyel money, if not exposed he will be in the forefront of blaming Buhari for uncompleted projects in the Niger Delta and shouting we are not part of Biafra anytime Nnamdi Kanu releases a statement about Nigeria.

Akpabio is not willing to go down alone, despite the money he is suspected of stealing Akpabio remains one of the most respected leaders in the South South for transforming Akwa Ibom state.
Ijaw people are notorious in ensuring that projects are abandoned in their areas if you don't pay them Matching Ground money to drink ogogoro and impregnate young girls. Even Jonathan could not complete the road to his village

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Hibertoyye(f): 2:33pm On Jul 30
They should be revealed

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by jamalnation(m): 2:33pm On Jul 30
It is finished
Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Roundpeg: 2:34pm On Jul 30
Hmmmmmm
Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Flexherbal(m): 2:35pm On Jul 30
One or their abandoned projects almost turned a nairalander, I know, into a tenant.

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by dinoplus: 2:35pm On Jul 30
Nigeria we hail thee. grin

This is the easiest crime that can be proven.

Check my siggy if you haven't made PayPal money before.
Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by OkhaiAsein(m): 2:35pm On Jul 30
too bad
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meanwhile I'll. design a brand new logo for your business for 2k
Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by jamalnation(m): 2:35pm On Jul 30
frankyychiji:

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Jamjoon: 2:35pm On Jul 30
Why erect billboards for projects you have no intention of commencing & completing.

Mumu pepo...
Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by LadySarah(f): 2:35pm On Jul 30
We are the one killing ourselves and blaming northerners.
How can you be wicked to your own like this.

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Patrioticman007(m): 2:36pm On Jul 30
Na dem, they will insult Northerners at will, while they cover their ugly looking looters with saints clothing, just because they share the same names, ethnicity & religion. Forgetting they don't share the same account numbers.
Una mumu neva do ?.

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by kolnel: 2:36pm On Jul 30
lol

This country is just a joke, like I tell all the people in the diaspora, there’s no Nigeria to return to.
Nigeria has been looted, all the common wealth are in few people pockets

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by oluwaseunamos33(m): 2:36pm On Jul 30
Hmmmmmm. Will som1 Eva read good news abt Nigeria?

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by Gabe427: 2:36pm On Jul 30
There's nothing as sad as abandoned projects

when you think there's development and one day everyone packs thier shit and say they aren't doing again because some fool embezzled the funds

The common man in Nigeria Delta has really suffered

when they should be balling if not balling at least have development

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by oyeb15: 2:36pm On Jul 30
Democracy is not working.

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by nairavsdollars(f): 2:37pm On Jul 30
Issokay. Pls Off the mike

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by DuBLINGreenb(m): 2:37pm On Jul 30
That man go suffer for 600 years

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by LadySarah(f): 2:37pm On Jul 30
For the first time, a Nigerian was cleared of all corruption charges against him.
Adesinas type is who we need in govt not these crooks!

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Re: Nicholas Mutu: Abandoned NDDC Projects Of Lawmaker Mentioned By Akpabio by theophorus(m): 2:37pm On Jul 30
...Abandoned Project full all the Niger Delta states now. Even the Youths for there self be part of the Problem. They will be asking for 'Sorting' before ...

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