BRACED Commission Boosts Niger Delta Unity

BRACED Commission Boosts Niger Delta Unity

In a historic move aimed at fostering regional collaboration and development, the maiden meeting of the BRACED Commission convened in Benin City, Edo State. The meeting, spearheaded by Edo State Governor Godswill Obaseki, saw the presence of four out of the six governors from the Niger Delta region, with Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara actively participating.

The closed-door session shrouded in secrecy, engaged the regional leaders in discussions about crucial issues that impact the development of the Niger Delta. Although the details of the deliberations have not been disclosed to the press, it is anticipated that the discussions revolved around key developmental challenges and opportunities unique to the region.

BRACED Commission Boosts Niger Delta Unity
    Niger Delta Governors Gorge BRACED Unity

    The BRACED Commission, an acronym derived from the first letters of the participating states – BAYELSA, RIVERS, AKWA IBOM, CROSS RIVER, EDO, and DELTA – serves as a pivotal development organ. Its primary objective is to function as an agency that will take the lead in initiating, planning, executing, and coordinating mutually beneficial developmental projects in the Niger Delta region.

    While this inaugural meeting featured the active participation of only four governors, it underscores the commitment of the Niger Delta states to work collectively towards the advancement of the region. As the BRACED Commission takes its initial steps, expectations are high for the formulation and implementation of strategic initiatives that will uplift the socio-economic landscape of the Niger Delta.

    BRACED Commission Boosts Niger Delta Unity
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      The collaborative efforts of the participating states are poised to create a synergistic approach to addressing the region’s challenges and harnessing its vast potential for sustainable growth and prosperity.


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