The senior staff trade union expressed concern at the current fuel scarcity and attendant man-hours and energy Nigerians lost to queuing at fuel stations and considered this embarrassing to a nation.
The Chairman of the Ad-hoc Committee, Hon. Garba Datti, made the call at a news briefing in Abuja, saying the fund should only be released after the conclusion of the committee’s investigation.
‘Ourmumudondo’is a non-political coalition of Nigerians from all backgrounds that advocates national reawakening towards holding leaders responsible and ensuring good governance at all levels.
Chief Financial Officer of NNPC, Isiaka Razak, stated this when he appeared before members of Senate Committee on Public Accounts investigating the fuel supply situation in the country.
Baru said this in a goodwill message at the opening ceremony of the maiden Nigeria International Petroleum Summit.
The Head, Down Stream, of the Zonal Office, Yahaya Maishera, said this while releasing the fuel at the NNPC Mega Station on Saturday in Mando, Kaduna.
A statement by the NNPC Spokesman, Ndu Ughamadu, in Abuja on Thursday stated that two cargoes of 50 million litres each, making a total of 100 million litres, would be brought-in per day in February to replenish strategic reserves.
The Commandant of the corps in the state, Solomon Olasupo, disclosed this while carrying out a raid on Wednesday in Jos, describing the black market operators as “economic saboteurs”.
Adeosun said this while fielding questions from State House correspondents after the Federal Executive Council meeting, which was presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Wednesday.
But the Management of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation claimed that N5.1 trillion subsidy was paid between 2006 and 2016 and the Federal Government was indebted to it to the tune of N170.6 billion as outstanding subsidy payments.…
Baru gave the commendation in a statement issued in Abuja on Thursday, by the NNPC Spokesman, Ndu Ughamadu.
This followed a unanimous adoption of report of the Committee on Petroleum Resources (Downstream) on the fuel crisis in the country, at plenary.
Ndu Ughamadu, the corporation’s Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division, disclosed this in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.
This new encouragement was a fallout from the stakeholders’ engagement on changing Nigeria’s crude oil affreightment trade term from FOI to CIF, which was organised by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and the Nigerian Maritime…
A statement by the NNPC Spokesman, Ndu Ughamadu, assured motorists that the Corporation had a robust stock of Petroleum Motor Spirit, otherwise known as petrol.
Ughamadu, however, said the corporation’s Group Managing Director, Dr. Maikanti Baru, had directed that repair works be carried out immediately on the pipeline, the Escarvos to Lagos Pipeline.