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Niger Delta indigenous contractors commend NNPCL for peace in the region

Pic.6. The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Malam Mele Kyari (R) and Chairman of Energy and Exploration Production Limited (SEEPCO), Mr Tony Chukwueke, sign a Gas Development Agreement (GDA), as partners in the Oil Mining Lease (OML) 143, at the NNPC Towers in Abuja on Thursday (22/4/21). 01849/22/4/2021/BJO/NAN

The Niger Delta Indigenous Contractors Association (NDICA) has commended the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation Limited (NNPCL) for improving the atmosphere of peace in the Niger Delta region.

This commendation was contained in a statement issued yesterday, Wednesday, by its National President, Chief Dressman Darlinton-Gbolobofa.

According to the statement, the pipeline surveillance contract awarded to a Niger Delta son, Government Ekpemupolo, popularly known as Tompolo, through his Tantita Security outfit, is already yielding positive results, especially in terms of improving Nigeria’s crude oil output and revenue inflow.

The statement further noted: “We write to commend the Nigeria National petroleum Company Ltd, Engr. Mele Kyari and Engr. Adokiye Tombomieye for the peace and tranquility being experienced in the Niger Delta Region through the award of surveillance contracts to eminent sons of the Niger Delta Region.

“In recent times, the region has witnessed a reduction in illegal oil activities, relative peace, low death rate, gainful surveillance employment opportunities to our youths which has further reduced some illegal activities such as sea piracy, kidnapping Armed robbery and cult related activities in the region.”

Chief Darlinton-Gbolobofa commended the NNPC Ltd for the initiative and called on all Niger Delta leaders and stakeholders to unite in the fight against illegal oil activities in the region so as to curb the under-development and environmental degradation.

Techrectory, Abuja

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