Return To Warri For Business DESOPADEC MD, Askia Tells Investors

…As DBS pays thank you visit THE Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, DESOPADEC, Bashorun Askia Ogieh have said that Warri, the commercial nerve centre of Delta State is safe and open for businesses contrary to the notion held by uninformed individuals. The DESOPADEC helmsman stated this when a delegation of the Delta Broadcasting Service (DBS) song of the year committee led by its chairman, Mrs Oborerhiri Isonguyo paid a thank you visit to the commission in Warri. The head of…

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Bayelsa Deputy Gov Urges FG TO Give Attention To  Oil Producing Communities In Niger Delta

By Elizabeth Vincent-Yenagoa The Deputy Governor of Bayelsa state, Sen Lawrence Eghrwudjakpor has urged the federal government and oil companies to pay the desired attention to oil producing states and communities through effective planning and implementation of sustainable and standard hydrocarbon policies to optimize oil and gas in the country. Senator Ewhrudjakpo made this state while declaring open the technical session of the 5th National Council on Hydrocarbons at the Dappa Biriye Conference Centre in Yenagoa. According to him, “The ministry of petroleum resources was created with a mandate to…

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Interview: Why Ughelli Monarch Should Be Recognized Just Like The Oba Of Benin And Olu Of Warri-Olorogun Akpofure

Olorogun Peter Tobore Akpofure is the Otota of the Great Ughelli Kingdom, In this interview with our Correspondent, OMOGHENE BENEDICT , he bare his mind on why Ughelli Monarch should be recognized just like the Oba of Benin and Olu of Warri. He spoke on how Ughelli Kingdom is been marginalized by Oil companies in the area, the state and federal governments. Excerpt: How has it been performing as your duties as the Otota of Ughelli Kingdom? Traditionally, I assist the King in duties that are assigned to me periodically and…

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Delta Youths Want Heritage License Revoked By FG

By Young Erhiurhoro, Aggrieved youths from oil producing communities hosting the OML 30 oil field in Delta State have asked the Federal Government to revoke the Oil Mining Licence (OML) issued to Heritage Oil Services Ltd. The youths who spoke to our correspondent at their various communities placed their grievances on the negligence of the oil company to meet up with the demands and needs of their various communities. Speaking to our reporter at Uwheru community, a youth leader who sought anonymity said, “All we are saying is that, we…

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Former Heritage Advisor debunks allegations of financial malfeasance

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A former Senior Advisor on Community Relations to Heritage Energy Operational Services Limited (HEOSL), Mr Leonard Ovrawah has denied allegations of financial malfeasance levelled against him by his brother, Anthony Ovrawah. Mr Ovrawah in a rejoinder signed by a Media Consultant, Decor Home Media, and made available to our media firm, he denied any wrong doing and dismissed the petition as false allegations.The statement read: “We write with reference to the Isoko Mirror Online story of September 30th, 2020 and Daily Watch of October 4th, 2020 with a sub caption…

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Itesa People, Monarch Deny Alleged Sponsoring Shutdown Of Oil Facilities In Oleh

  By Politicsgovernance.com   The land owner’s families of Ukolobi, Okpohro, Enuru and the representative of the Odiologbo of Oleh clan, in Isoko south Local government Are of Delta state have denied an allegation of sponsoring group of persons to shutdown oil facilities being operated by Heritage Energy Oil Servicing limited and Agip Oil Company at the Oleh/Olomoro flow station in Oleh, Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State. The land owners’ families also known as Etesa represented by Chief Obaro Ekokobe and the Monarch in an online publication…

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Contracts We Awarded, Followed Due Process – EGCDF

  Following a story in an online platform credited to one Mr. Christopher Etuemi Wuruyai, that the executives of EGCDF awarded contracts worth billions of naira for themselves and children, the Egbema and Gbaramatu Communities Development Foundation, has debunked the story, saying the awarded contracts followed due process in line with its guidelines. In a statement signed on behalf EGCDF by Chief Reuben Tonjoh, PRO, EGCDF to correct the statement made by the Egbema/Gbaramatu Concern Citizens, stated that the contracts were not up to a billion naira as claimed by…

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