NNPC denies ongoing recruitment exercise, warns Nigerians Nigeria news
- Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation says reports it is recruiting is false and should be ignored by Nigerians
- The national oil company revealed that the announcement of any recruitment will come through the correct channels
- NNPC spokesman Garba Deen Muhammad made the announcement on behalf of the company on Sunday, October 3.
Abuja – The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has denied reports on social media that the company is recruiting newcomers to its workforce.
Garba Deen Muhammad, chief executive of the NNPC group, the group’s public affairs division, in a statement shared via Facebook on Sunday October 3, said the recruitment allegations were not true and should be ignored by Nigerians.
Muhammad added that whenever the national oil company decides to conduct a recruiting exercise, it will advertise it through genuine public communication channels, including the NNPC website.
FG’s essential trap for 3,964 Nigerians wanted and 6 major articles in the press review
NNPC resumes oil production in Ogoni after 30 years
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that the NNPC can breathe a sigh of relief as crude oil production in the Ogoni region of the Niger Delta has resumed.
Do you have a groundbreaking story that you would like us to publish? Please contact us via [email protected]!
The development follows a judgment of the Court of Appeal affirming its capacity as operator of the oil exploitation permit 11 (OML 11).
This comes after more than 30 years of legal standoff with the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) over the right to renew the lease.
Buhari using NNPC as a personal ATM?
In a related development, Femi Adesina, a media assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari, revealed what was responsible for the NNPC’s reported 287 billion naira net profit.
Adesina, in a post shared to her Facebook post on Thursday, September 2, explained that the massive economic feat happened because her manager refused to make the company her personal cash machine (ATM).
Breaking: Goodnews as Buhari Endorses Increase in Number of N-Power Beneficiaries from 500,000 to 1,000,000
The presidential media aide claimed that President Buhari “is not raising millions and millions of dollars by executive order, nor is he issuing guidelines for a clandestine deal.”
Customs to NNPC: Install gas stations in neighboring countries
Meanwhile, Hameed Ali, the comptroller general of Nigerian customs sent a message to the NNPC. Ali asked the NNPC to set up gas stations in neighboring countries.
According to him, this will help fight oil smuggling. He revealed it on Monday during an interactive session organized by the House of Representatives’ finance committee.