CS0’s Hail NNPC for Excellence

Transparency.A foremost pressure group, Society for Excellence/Transparency in the Public Service and Good Governance  has lauded the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for its openness and transparency in its operations recentlyIn a press statement made available to journalists in Abuja by the group and signed by the national coordinator Comrade James Okoronkwo and Mr Charles Mbani secretary respectively, the duo picked holes with the misinformed views and false narratives of the Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) and the Coalition of National Civil Society Organizations Against Inept Leaders who called for an investigation into the  operations of  the Nigerian National Petroleum CorporationThe group stated these sinister groups lacked basic knowledge of the procedural activities and technicalities of service delivery in the oil industry and therefore advised them not to misinform ,disparage and cast aspersions on the mercurial performance of the incumbent NNPC leadership led by Mele Kyari. Society for Transparency in the Public Service and Governance cautioned civil society groups in Nigeria to always ensure that they are well abreast of facts/information before rushing to the public domain to spread falsehood. They lauded the rising profile of the NNPC under the transparent leadership of the current group managing Mallam Melle Kyari as evidenced by the NNPC’s declaration of profit for the first time in her 44 year history.Continuing,  Society for Transparency in the Public Service and Governance extolled    the visionary leadership of the incumbent management of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for bringing the Port Harcourt Refinery to resume operations noting that’this is a step in the right direction and must be commended by all well – meaning Nigerians ‘. In the same vein,the group stated that the NNPC conformed to all relevant regulations and processes in ensuring transparency and openness in its operationFinally, Society for Transparency in Public Service and Governance passes a vote of confidence on the NNPC leadership urging her not to succumb to the antics of fifth columnists and enemies of progress masquerading as activists.

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