Tuesday, 19 April 2016

TUC begs President Buhari to leave Petroleum Ministry

As the fuel scarcity in the country lingers on, the Trade Union Congress TUC, has asked President Buhari to relinquish his position as the Minister of Petroleum. President of TUC, Comrade Bobboi Bala Kaigama, made this call at the “Save Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry Round Table Conference in Abuja today April 19th. According to Kaigama, the office of the Minister of Petroleum is very important and cannot be combined with the duties of a president.
“There is cogent need for appointment of a substantive Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources. The ideal candidate for this should be someone who has the necessary knowledge, experience and competence, and who would directly oversee the affairs of the ministry and report regularly to the President. That position is too critically important to the economy to be subsumed as one of the many offices or portfolios of the President and Commander-in-Chief. Of course the position of Minister of State for Petroleum and Mineral Resources should continue to exist as a junior minister in the ministry. A separate Group Managing Director (GMD) of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) should also be appointed to directly supervise the affairs of the NNPC.”he said

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