NNPC Corruption: Kachikwu refuses to Comment after Meeting Buhari

The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Ibe Kachikwu on Friday morning met with President Muhammadu Buhari over a letter he wrote accusing the GMD of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Maikanti Baru of insubordination.

The letter detailed major contracts amounting to about $26 billion awarded by Baru but not reviewed by the board of NNPC.

Kachikwu, on Friday, arrived at the State House in the morning, and left a little over an hour later after meeting with the president.

Asked by newsmen to give details on what went on in the meeting, Kachikwu said: “No comment.”

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1 Comment on NNPC Corruption: Kachikwu refuses to Comment after Meeting Buhari

  1. More than 98% of key appointments under Buhari is skewed towards Northerners. This of course empowers them to believe that no other tribe is relevant and they can do and undo. The country is a whole is worse off than when Buhari came in. This shows insincerity of the much touted one Nigeria. Nigeria and its resources are for Northerners only!

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