Prof. Nelson Brambaifa, Ag. MD, NDDC.
The Ag. MD/CEO of the NDDC, Prof. Nelson Brambaifa, was welcomed home by his Agbere community in Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State as he returned to participate in the general elections. 

Contrary to reports circulated in some uncertified online media recently, the people received Prof. Brambaifa with an overflow of love and solidarity, dancing  and drumming alongside his motorcade as their illustrious son and father returned to perform his civic duties.

One of the youths, Phil Arepadei, said the NDDC boss "has over the years earned his place as a true and beloved son of Agbere Community" in in the oil rich Tarakiri Kingdom, and deserved all the accolades. 

Only last week it was reported that persons perceived to be mischief makers "and agents of hatred" had vowed to stop at nothing to frustrate the Ag. MD/CEO of the NDDC during the elections and to cause division and rancor amongst the peace loving people of Agbere Community.

But the people opened their arms, declaring that Prof. Brambaifa was poised to transform their Community through intervention projects from the Federal Government under President Muhammadu Buhari who appointed him recently. 
The Youths of Agbere community in Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

"This is the most important recognition of an Agbere son in recent memory, if not ever," another community leader, Mr.Ebimowei Gesikeme, said. "President Buhari has shown love to our community and we know that NDDC will change our fortunes by bringing development to our people. We must show him love during these elections."

Reacting to the applauding party, Prof. Brambaifa expressed his joy and gratitude to his people, saying: "You have shown me great love and support. I will do everything I can, within the ambits of the law, to show you that I love Agbere and that I am proud to belong to you."

He thereafter invited everyone to his home, declaring that despite political differences, they were all one. Brambaifa promised that he "and the All Progressives Congress (APC) remain committed to consolidating on democratic rule in Nigeria, and advised that "voters should conduct themselves in a peaceful and orderly manner as they go out to cast votes for their preferred candidates."

"Of course, my preferred candidate is President Muhammadu Buhari," he joked.