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The House of Representatives on Thursday resolved to investigate the loss of $21 billion, about N7.6 trillion crude oil revenue to international oil companies (IOCs) operating in the country.
The Chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC) and former Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mike Mbama Okiro (rtd), yesterday charged the new Cadet Assistant Superintendents of Police (ASPs) who passed out at the Police Staff College, Jos, Plateau State, at the weekend to embrace diligence, hard work and commitment to duty as they prepare to face the challenges of their new office.
Mike Okiro, chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), says although the special anti-robbery squad (SARS) has been bastardised, it cannot be scrapped.
Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, yesterday disclosed that Nigeria lost about $21billion (N7.6 trillion) to International Oil Companies (IOCs) operating in the country as a result of non-implementation of the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) Act of 1993.
Addax Petroleum Development Limited, in collaboration with the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, plans to investment about $3-5 billion to optimize its operations in Nigeria and increase production from its existing assets, both onshore and offshore, part of which includes its current drilling activities in the Njaba field in the oil mining lease, OML 124.
Addax Petroleum Development (Nigeria) Limited, which operates Production Sharing Contract (PSC) with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) PSC has produced 425 million barrels of crude oil and generated over $7 billion in revenue to the Nigerian government since 2009 when SINOPEC took over the company.
Lafia had served as Chief of Criminal Intelligence of the Nigeria Police Unit until he was re-deployed to Police College Kano where he was suspended for allegedly deserting his duty post for 34days without permission.
The National Industrial Court (NIC) sitting in Abuja has ordered the Police Service Commission (PSC) to immediately recall a suspended whistleblower, Mr Aaron Kaase, back to work.
The Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR, has once again blamed the little or no development in the domestic gas supply to inadequate gas pipeline infrastructure in the country.
The Nigeria Police Force said it had sanctioned 16 of its personnel for professional misconduct across the country, from July to September, 2017.
The Catalan parliament has voted to declare independence from Spain.
The police officers who served in the defunct Biafran Police during the 30 months Civil War may heave a sigh of relief as President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the payment of pension to those who were granted presidential pardon in 2000.
Seventeen years after they were granted presidential pardon, the Pensions Transition Arrangement Directorate (PTAD), on Wednesday, disclosed of plans to commence the payment of pension benefits to soldiers, paramilitary officers and policemen affected by the Nigerian civil war (1967-1970).
The Police Service Commission (PSC), under the chairmanship of Sir Mike Okiro, yesterday, approved and released a signal, detailing the immediate transfer of 10 senior policemen out of Lagos State Police Command.
Activists blocked roads and clashed with police in Honduras on Saturday as part of nationwide protests against the contested re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.
Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has agreed to join Arsenal, with Alexis Sanchez going in the opposite direction in a straight swap.
Pep Guardiola hailed Manchester City's 'outstanding' work to break down a stubborn Newcastle United side and win 3-1 on Saturday.
After putting his name on the score-sheet in Arsenal’s dismantling of Crystal Palace yesterday in their English Premier League match, Alex Iwobi has called for more consistency from the Gunners.
Alex Iwobi got his name on the scoresheet in Arsenal’s 4- 1 victory over Crystal Palace in Saturday’s English Premier League encounter.
British MPs are set to give the green light Wednesday to a key Brexit bill whose turbulent passage through parliament has dealt damaging defeats to Prime Minister Theresa May, but it faces further opposition from the upper house.
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State, on Tuesday, said his administration would not embark on the establishment of more tertiary institutions, but would strengthen the existing ones to improve the standard of education in the state.
Tunisia’s national coach said Monday he will fear England’s Raheem Sterling more than Harry Kane, when the two countries play against each other in the World Cup finals this year.
Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama of the Catholic Archdiocese of Jos has advised the Federal Government to support farmers and herders with incentives as a way of addressing the continuous clashes between them in some parts of the country.
Alhaji Abdulllahi Sarkin Turki Namina, the managing director of El-Shabab Nigeria Limited, has faulted the decision of Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) to deny independent marketers the right to partake in the sale of petroleum products in Niger State.