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A Director in the Department of Environment retires

A Director in the Department of Environment, Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, Mrs. Josephine Joshua retires from service after 35 years of meritorious service.

Mrs. Joshua was formally sent forth by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Mrs. Didi Walson-Jack, mni in her office with some Directors of the Ministry on Wednesday, November 6th, 2019, which was her last day in service.

The Permanent Secretary on behalf of the Hon. Ministers and the Federal Government of Nigeria thanked her for a dedicated and committed service to the Nation. She prayed that her later years will be better than the former.

The Director Human Resources, Mr. Musa Dakas said that she has made her mark in the Department and the Ministry, adding that God will grant her, good health, long life and peace to enjoy the fruit of her labour.

Also, in her remarks, the Director of Community Development and Education, Mrs. Lauren Braide described her as a knowledgeable Officer who is professional to the core. She wished her the very best as she exits the service to another sphere of Life.

Responding to the remarks, Mrs. Joshua expressed her appreciation to the Almighty God for her grace to retire after 35-years of service in good health. Adding that she cannot take the grace of God for granted and will remain grateful to God.

She thanked the Permanent Secretary and all the Management and staff of the Ministry for the opportunity to serve and retire in the Ministry.

The outgoing Director stressed that life does not end in this Ministry and described every experience as a learning point.

Deworitshe, Patricia
Head (Press &PR)
7th November, 2019

Akpabio Lauds MNDA Awardees

Hon. Minister, Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator (Dr.) Godswill Akpabio, CON, has applauded recipients of the Presidential Civil Service Merit Awards for their outstanding performances in their various schedules in the Ministry.

The Minister commended the recipients when they presented the awards to him in his office on Thursday 3rd October, 2019. The presentation was witnessed by the Permanent Secretary, Mrs. Didi Walson-Jack, mni, and other Management Staff of the Ministry.

Akpabio charged the recipients, the Director, Community Development and Education, Mrs Lauren Braide and Deputy Director, Department of Housing Development, Oloruntola Olufemi to see the award as a call for higher service and greater responsibilities.

Speaking on behalf of the recipients Mrs. Lauren Braide, the Director Community Development and Education said that “we are humbled for this recognition. To whom much is given, more is desired we will not disappoint the Ministry, will continue to do our best”.

Mrs. Braide indicated that she came into the Civil Service through National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Merits Award and she is also a recipient of Secretary to Government of the Federation (SGF) Recommendation award. Mrs. Braide has also received similar award when she was in the Ministry of Police Affairs, in 2012.

Deworitshe Patricia,
Head (Press & Public Relations)
Thursday 4th October, 2019

Dir. Planning, Research & Statistics, bows out of Service

It was mixed feelings of joy and nostalgia for the retiring Director of Planning, Research and Statistics as he spent his last day in the office as a Civil Servant on Friday 4th October, 2019.

Dr. Sam Eno leaves service on 6th October, 2019 as he clocks 60 years, the mandatory age of retirement.

Colleagues gathered together in the office of the Permanent Secretary to bid him goodbye and wish him a peaceful retirement.

The retiring Director said he had a wonderful working relationship with his colleagues and Staff of the Ministry. He said his exit is emotional, but he is glad he is going back to his first constituency, which Is Film Production.

He expressed his profound gratitude to God for seeing him throughout his service years.

Deworitshe Patricia
Head (Press & PR)
Friday 4th October, 2019

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