Port Harcourt — The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board, NCDMB, has been urged to take indigenes of its host community in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State into consideration in activities.
King of Swali in Yenagoa, HRH Wilcox Seiyefa, gave the charge recently at the official commissioning of the Nigerian Content Tower, the 17-storey corporate headquarters building of the Board in Yenagoa.
The monarch, particularly advocated that when it comes to contracts, employment, scholarship or training, NCDMB should put indigenes of Swali community into consideration, as its host.
He commended the Federal government for bringing the project to fruition while assuring to provide peaceful atmosphere for NCDMB to continue to operate.
According to him, “I am grateful to God for using NCDMB to site this gigantic project in our community. I pray that Swali community and the board will continue to work together.
“Whatsoever that is going to happen here, whether jobs, employment, scholarship, contracts, indigenes of Swali in particular and Bayelsa in general, should be put into considerations.”