Speaking with The Eagle Online on Monday, Utomi said it would be better to sell the facility to investors who can profitably manage it than to keep sinking funds into refineries “that don’t refine.”
Browsing: Atedo Peterside
Why do we lose our heads over religion? Some Nigerians become executioners when they assume their religion has been slighted, but when it comes to the bounden duty of holding government to account, they surrender their rights to fate.
Peterside disclosed this at the “The PlatformNG60” organised by Covenant Christian Centre in Lagos, anchored by Pastor Poju Oyemade.
The National Steering Committee for the development of Successor Plans to Vision 20:2020 and ERGP will be jointly chaired by Atedo Peterside and Zainab Ahmed, the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning.
The Company Secretary, Fola Akande, made the disclosure in a notification letter sent to the NSE in Lagos.
Nigerian Breweries Plc has notified the Nigerian Stock Exchange and the investing public of the resignation of Atedo Peterside from its Board of Directors.
Cadbury Nigeria Plc has rewarded its shareholders with a total dividend of N471 million for the financial year ended December 31, 2018, in line with its current efforts to create more value for investors.
Atiku is not alone in his disregard for the common man. Such disregard is the true brand name of the PDP and its powerful, rich allies
The FRC in a statement on Monday, said Peterside, David-Borha and the KPMG staff remain suspended until the conclusion of investigation into the extent of their involvements in the alleged fraudulent act
The APC candidate, who was accompanied to the church service by his wife Elima, friends and well wishers, called on the Church to run background check where necessary on contestants so that it will be easy for Christians to reject any candidate with links to anything that is not of God
The Chairman of NCP’s Technical Committee, Atedo Peterside, told State House correspondents in Abuja that the approval was one of the decisions taken at a meeting of the council presided over by Vice President Namadi Sambo
Dikki said the bureau had numerous challenges, which included outstanding unpaid terminal benefits of ex-staff of NITEL and MTEL and arrears of salaries of trained staff, among others
Meanwhile, a firm owned by oil magnate, Femi Otedola, Amperion Consortium, that emerged the preferred bidder for Gereku Power Plant, has made payment of $33 million to the BPE, being 25 per cent expected to be paid within 15 days of signing the agreement