Wike seeks police protection for LG officials during clampdown on illegal refining sites | TheCable

Wike seeks police protection for LG officials during clampdown on illegal refining sites | TheCable

1/20/2022 2:42:00 AM

Wike seeks police protection for LG officials during clampdown on illegal refining sites | TheCable

Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers, has asked the commissioner of police in the state to provide security for LG chairpersons during...

Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers, has asked the commissioner of police in the state to provide security for LG chairpersons during clampdown on illegal refining sites.According to a statement by Kelvin Ebiri, the governor’s spokesperson, Wike said this on Wednesday at a meeting with security agencies and LG officials.

The governor had said his administration will not tolerate illegal oil refining activities, considering the effects on the environment.Speaking at the meeting on Wednesday, Wike said the state government will support the LG chairpersons with what they need to dismantle illegal oil refining operations in their areas.

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GovWike GovWike Which police wan protect them abi make them expose them again, abi you no know say na all of them know about the bunkering? GovWike GovWike how many times do you see the governor of Zamfara State clampdown on illegals Golden mills refineries in the northern part of the zoo zoology called Nigeria 🇳🇬

Lagos: Commercial motorists to pay N800 daily levy for LG dues, waste disposal from February | TheCableThe Lagos government and transport stakeholders in the state have signed an agreement on harmonised dues to be collected from commercial motorists. Walahi, dis SWAGA dey gulp money Wetin govt dey provide for them, to have the conviction to make such demand? How much sef do they make on the average to take care of their homes? So, LG levy 800 ×25 days 20k/month ave. Rent Feeding School fees component Utilities? Fuel ? Misc This sudden daily fee is purely for tinubu campaign.

Illegal refineries: Wike to meet LG chairmen, CP, NSCDC commandant WednesdayWike, will on Wednesday meet with the chairmen of the 23 local government areas of the state, the Commissioner of Police and the Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps. Police officers, naval officers, civil defence officers, army officers, LGA chairmen, commissioners, law makers, ministers and Governors all do bunkering in the Niger delta. With so much profit Its difficult to stop it like the slave trade. Can we just stop fooling ourselves. How can whole country don't have not even one functioning refinery yet the little once our people are able to process by themselves we still condemned it by calling it adulterated product. Isn't it better we encourage those people. Since We're waiting for the clash of the titans.

Wike Promises Rivers LG Chairmen At Least N20m Each To Fight Oil BunkeringRivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has pledged N460 million to the 23 local government area chairmen to fight oil bunkering in the state. This implies that each chairman will receive N20 million to destroy illegal refinery sites that have been identified in their respective domains. Wike made this pledge on Wednesday when he met … Continue reading Wike Promises Rivers LG Chairmen At Least N20m Each To Fight Oil Bunkering From their FG allocation yea? Me an my guys ready for the fight!! Is it the job of Local govt?

Wike orders Rivers LGA chairmen to destroy illegal refineriesGovernor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has ordered the 23 Local Government Area chairmen of the state to destroy every identified illegal crude oil bunkering and artisanal refinery site in Rivers State. Why don’t he call on the Nigerian navy to assist. Local Government chairman nor go collect bribe? Say it ain’t so ? If it can solve d black shoot issue no problem. I pity pregnant women & children at ph.

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Illegal refineries: Wike to meet LG chairmen, CP, NSCDC commandant WednesdayWike, will on Wednesday meet with the chairmen of the 23 local government areas of the state, the Commissioner of Police and the Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps. Police officers, naval officers, civil defence officers, army officers, LGA chairmen, commissioners, law makers, ministers and Governors all do bunkering in the Niger delta. With so much profit Its difficult to stop it like the slave trade. Can we just stop fooling ourselves. How can whole country don't have not even one functioning refinery yet the little once our people are able to process by themselves we still condemned it by calling it adulterated product. Isn't it better we encourage those people. Since We're waiting for the clash of the titans.

0 Comments Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers, has asked the commissioner of police in the state to provide security for LG chairpersons during clampdown on illegal refining sites. According to a statement by Kelvin Ebiri, the governor’s spokesperson, Wike said this on Wednesday at a meeting with security agencies and LG officials. The governor had said his administration will not tolerate illegal oil refining activities, considering the effects on the environment. Speaking at the meeting on Wednesday, Wike said the state government will support the LG chairpersons with what they need to dismantle illegal oil refining operations in their areas. Advertisement “I will not relent in this fight. And all of you should hire bulldozers. All those areas where the illegal refinery sites are in the bush, in the creek, clear the place. Government will give you some money to go and hire bulldozers to go and clear the sites so that they will know we are serious,” he said. “One thing I want to say and which is very clear, and like everybody knows, I am not against anybody making money. But, we cannot allow people to make money while others are dying.” He noted that the state has recorded a significant success in the fight against illegal refineries, adding that he is cautious of persons who might want to use security operatives to undermine the efforts of the government. Advertisement “You know in Nigeria, we don’t believe that anything can happen. We don’t take government seriously, but in our own case, they have no choice. They’ll take us seriously,” he added. Tags