Nigeria Govt, and It Plan of Fuel Importation from Niger Republic, Before Abba Kyari Death

Ads

Buhari
1Shares

Ever heard of Kaita?
Its a border town with Niger Republic; it's where the NNPC recently announced that International Oil Companies have chosen to donate 21 billion Naira to build a hospital. It is also coincidentally the community where staff housing for the proposed refinery will be situated. It is 3 km to the Nigeria Niger Border.

Ever heard of Agadem?
It is an oil field in Niger Republic from which the Nigerian authorities intend to source the crude oil for the proposed refinery.

Ever head of Mashi?
It is a community near Kaita, also close to the Niger Republic. It is the location for the refinery being built by the Buhari goverment of Katsina.

If you didn't know, for the past five years, by an executive order from Abuja, Kaduna, Warri and Port Harcourt I and II refineries have been shut down. Not because something got spoilt, or pipelines got broken. For no justifiable reason, all the refineries were made redundant. Yet, the timeline to complete the Mashi refinery is 2021.

Remember Ibe Kachikwu, the then Minister of State for Petroleum, wrote an open letter that the acting President Yemi Osinbojo and himself were being sidelined by the late Abba Kyari in collaboration with the late Maikanti Baru as they were taking memo's directly to Buhari in his sick bed in London for approvals after officially handing over the reins of government to the VP, when they feared that he was going to die. (didn't he die?) It was approvals for the AKK gas pipeline project. To convey gas from Escravos through Ajaokuta to Abuja Kaduna and Kano. Now, the interesting part is that the project has been reviewed to take a detour through Katsina to Niger Republic Border.

Ever heard of Idi Umoru? He is Fulani from Niger Republic. In 1984, he contested against Aja Nwachukwu an Igbo from Nigeria for the position of Secretary General of the Organization of African Unity. Guess what? against pleading from Julius Nyerere of Tanzania and Jomo Kenyatta, Buhari voted against his country Nigeria for the man from Niger Republic. Mind you, Buhari was the ruler of Nigeria then. Yet, he voted against the country he was ruling in favour of his kinsman.

READ ALSO  Lagos State To Embark On Tree Planting In Local Govt Areas, Others

Recently, there was an outrage at the announcement that a contract for the sum on $1.9 billion had been awarded for the construction of a Rail line from Kano, through Katsina, to the Nigerian/Niger Republic border.
Do I still need to connect the dots, or are you now able to read between the lines?

READ ALSO  Lassa fever death toll nears 200 as fresh deaths occur
NaijaBlog.ng

For More Update: Follow Us on Facebook @Naijablogng | Twitter @Naijablogng | Telegram @Naijablog | YouTube @Naijablog | and Instagram @Naijablogng

Want To Support Us By Donating Click Here

1Shares

ads

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply