The Anti-corruption Network (ACoNET) has explained at a Town Hall Meeting why President Buhari must, without further delay, release and act on the NDDC Forensic Audit Report.
Regional security organ, NDDC board, VAT, PIA, relocation of all NNPC subsidiaries and IOCs headquarters topped the agenda of the South-South BRACED Governors Council.
Niger Delta Affairs Minister Godswill Akpabio said Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will be invited to commission more NDDC projects in days to come.
27 suspects have been arrested by operatives of the Port Harcourt Zonal Command of the EFCC in connection with alleged illegal oil bunkering.
Civil Society Organizations committed to environmental justice in Nigeria have declared that the Petroleum Industry Act recently assented to by President Buhari neglects community concerns and strengthens oil companies operating in the heavily petroleum polluted Niger Delta region.
“We need to get a copy of that report, we need to see what is contained in the report. Who are those that were in the sleaze? Who are those that were involved in underdeveloping the region?”
Citizens groups in the Niger Delta have exposed the real reason behind Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) divestment plan and called on them to clean up their mess in the region before divesting.
Civil Society Organizations working on issues around environmental justice in Nigeria Monday expressed opposition to the push by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for resumption of oil extraction in Ogoniland and gave reasons for their position.
President Buhari, Thursday, received the final report of the forensic audit of the NDDC from Niger Delta Affairs Minister Akpabio.
“This is not only discouraging but is a slap on our faces. It is now obvious Col. Dikio is a PDP apologist. Even with the shocking revelation of the Interim Administrator’s PDP membership card; nothing has been done to resolve this political blunder.”