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NNPC Accuse Religious Leaders Of Crude Oil Theft

NNPC Accuse Religious Leaders Of Crude Oil Theft

~ Says stolen crude oil are found in churches, mosques,

The Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited, has accused religious leaders, security agencies, and even some NNPC staff of the theft of the nation’s crude oil.

The NNPC Group Chief Executive Officer, Kyari said this during the 49th session of the weekly ministerial brief at the State House in Abuja, stressing that oil theft is largely carried out by Nigerians.

Kyari disclosed that the stolen products, pipelines are found mostly in churches and mosques, Channels Tv reported.

“When a fire outbreak happened in one of our pipelines, we discovered that some of the pipelines were actually connected to individual’s homes. And not only that, and with all sensitivity to our religious beliefs, you know, some of the pipelines and some of the products that we found, are actually in churches and in mosques,” Kyari said.

“This means that everybody is involved. There’s no way you will take products, bring them in trucks in populated neighborhoods, load them, and leave without everybody else knowing about it. Everybody includes members of the community, members of the religious leaders and also and most likely government officials of all natures, including security agencies personnel.”

Kyari revealed that vandalism has led to the shut down of the entire network of pipelines for petroleum products distribution in Nigeria.

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The NNPC Boss mentioned that a national reserve company will be established to manage the pipelines on a commercial basis to efficiently put them to use for the distribution of products across the country.

The Guardian had also reported the arrest of a supertanker with capacity for three million barrels of oil.

The Report By The Guardian In Bits;

The arrest of a supertanker with capacity for three million barrels of oil, about three times the one million barrels per day (bpd), clearly validates the widely held suspicion that siphoning of the country’s oil wealth is perpetrated by a syndicate.

This syndicate involves the military, surveillance companies, politicians, local communities, high-level government officials and international collaborators.

The implication of this action is far-reaching on an economy on the brink of collapse going by the revelations by the minister of finance on the state of affairs in the first quarter of this year.

This crime against the Nigerian state and its people should no longer be treated with kid’s gloves but as a treasonable offence to deter the culprits.

NNPC Accuse Religious Leaders Of Crude Oil Theft

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