NNPC Under Kyari Is Efficient, Open, Transparent And Prudent In Service Delivery – Adewole
The Publisher of Swift Reporters, one of the fastest growing Online Media in Nigeria, Adewole Kehinde has commended the efficiency, openness, transparency and prudence in service delivery of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation under the management of the GMD, Mallam Mele Kyari.
Adewole speaking to some journalists on Tuesday in Abuja noted that the Corporation, under Kyari has attained 1.5billion Standard Cubic Feet production per day and its equity production at 1.38 billion cubic feet of gas per day as at November 2020.
“Malam Kyari’s leadership at the NNPC has been largely distinguished by outstanding vision in commitment to efficiency, openness, transparency and prudence in service delivery geared at attaining the objectives of the corporation and meeting the expectations of shareholders, Adewole said.
He further said that the NNPC have continued to contribute to economic and social development in Nigeria.
“It is on record that Under Mallam Kyari, NNPC has continued to demonstrate transparency and accountability by publishing the monthly operational report of the Corporation, with a step further of publishing its annual audited financial statement, which had not been done in 43 years of its operations.
He further praised the GMD for the Final Investment Decision on the four billion-dollar NLNG Train 7 and his continued drive towards completing long-standing gas infrastructure projects such as the Escravos-Lagos Pipeline System Phase 2 and Obiafu-Obrikom-Oben gas pipeline.
Adewole commended the GMD for the constant supply of petroleum products especially Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) before, during and after every festive period in Nigeria.
On the 2019 EH Recruitment, Adewole said that the NNPC management has filled the vacancies with NNPC personnel who are already in the system and are qualified, rather than recruiting fresh ones from outside the system as earlier explained by Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division, NNPC, Kenny Obateru in a recent interview.