From John Ofikhenua, Abuja
The Nigerian Nationwide Petroleum Company (NNPC) has redeployed some senior officers as a part of an ongoing efforts to reposition the oil big for effectivity, transparency and profitability.
Its Group Basic Supervisor Group Public Affairs Division Dr. Kennie Obateru stated in an announcement on Sunday in Abuja, that the redeployments and appointments had been consistent with the ‘Subsequent Stage Agenda’ of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
Within the shake-up, Crude Oil Advertising Division (COMD) Group Basic Supervisor Adokiye Tombomieye has been appointed the Chief Working Officer (COO), Upstream.
In response to the assertion, Nigerian Gasoline Advertising Firm (NGMC) Managing Director Mohammed Abdulkabir Ahmed has been named the brand new COO, (Company Companies) following the retirement of Farouk Garba.
The COO (Upstream) Adeyemi Adetunji was redeployed to Ventures and Enterprise Improvement Directorate as COO. He replaces Roland Onoriode Ewubare who voluntarily retired final week.
Additionally, NNPC Retail Restricted Managing Director Billy Okoye replaces Tombomieye in COMD as Group Basic Supervisor.
Obateru stated Gross sales and Advertising NNPC Retail Restricted Basic Supervisor Mrs. Elizabeth Aliyuda now takes over from Okoye as Managing Director.
He stated Usman Farouk, the Govt Director Asset Administration and Technical Companies on the NGMC takes over from Mr. Ahmed as Managing Director.
The NNPC spokesman additionally said that President Buhari had accepted Ewubare’s and Garba’s resignations.
He stated the President thanked the 2 former COOs for his or her meritorious service to the company and the nation.
Obateru quoted the Group Managing Director of the Company, Malam Mele Kyari, as saying that the brand new appointments would allow the company to stay as much as the expectation of its shareholders and Nigerians.
He added that the shake-up will give impetus to the continuing restructuring throughout the company, which is consistent with the company imaginative and prescient of “Transparency, Accountability and Efficiency Excellence (TAPE).’’