No Reason For Nigeria To Import Gasoline – Obervwori

Governor of Delta, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori on Tuesday, called on the federal government and stakeholders relevant to work to revive the country’s refinement, insisting that Nigeria had no reason to import gasoline with its economic cost implications.

Governor Oborevwori said this when he received the National Executive Committee of the Nigerian Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (Nupeng) led by National President, Williams Akporeha comrad in government houses, Asabahe said there was no reason for oil producing countries with four filter to use fuel importing For its local use. The Governor described Nupeng as a critical stakeholders in the Nigerian project and thanked the President and the unity for the support provided to him during and after the general election.

Governor Oborevwori said: “I am happy that Nupeng has been in this struggle for years and I congratulate you for the struggle for a more efficient and more efficient oil and gas sector and I celebrate you as you are a critical stakeholders in the Nigerian project.

“Many things have happened. Over the years, our factories have come down and no one is talking about how we can put our factory to use; instead, we import petroleum products.

“This is also biting the country’s economy. Look at the rising prices as we do not produce. If we produce, we will not face this challenge.

“The products we use today are imported and we have a filter factory that doesn’t work.

“I have promised me the deltans in my M.O.R.E agenda that safety is very important. Infrastructure is also available. As you know now, most of the projects that are only provided in Warri, will be in favor of Nupeng because without a good way, you can’t lift your product.

“Yesterday, my deputy governor underwent a review with the Honorable Minister of Work to examine Benin/Warri and Amukpe/Agbor Road.

“Today, the Minister of Work also passes through the Ughelli/Patani/Bayelsa Road to ensure the degree of damage to the roads. Without good road, we cannot have access.” As a state, we have started the Dualization of Ughelli -Asaba roads, we has done about 70 percent. If we do not start the road, we will not have access to the capital today. I am very confident that at this time next year, we will complete the dualization. “

He praised Nupeng for his desire to build a skills acquisition center to empower state youths on the oil and gas industry skills and promise the country’s cooperation for the success of the project.

“I am pleased with the acquisition of skills and we will work with you. We will work with the Ministry of Land to make sure you get the land to grow.

“As a youth -friendly governor, I appoint more than 10 youths under 40 into my government. Therefore, the Skills Acquisition Center is very important.” His achievements should be commended in 100 days in the saddle.

He said Delta was an investment destination at any time and urged the governor to create an environment that allowed more investors to come and invest in the state.

Boss Nupeng, thanking the Governor for the work -friendly disposal, appealing to the state government for restoring a sad federal road that led to the state’s fuel depot.

Akporeha said Nupeng concluded plans to build a skills acquisition center in Warri to train youth in the state.

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