Breaking News: Kachikwu Arrives At Presidential Villa To Meet Buhari Over NNPC Corruption (Photos)

The Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu has arrived at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, the nation’s capital to meet with the President, Muhammadu Buhari.

According to Channels TV, the Minister arrived at the Presidential Villa at about 11:33 am.

The meeting follows few days after Dr. Kachikwu was said to have written to President Muhammadu Buhari, accusing the NNPC boss of practices that could jeopardise the Federal Government’s policies aimed at repositioning the petroleum industry.

In case you missed it, in the letter, dated August 30, which was said to have been leaked to the public, Dr. Kachikwu complained to the President over what he considers as insubordination by the NNPC boss.

An alleged copy of the letter which is making the rounds on the Internet indicates that the minister is also unhappy with the manner recent changes in the NNPC were handled and accused Dr. Baru of humiliating the board.

Dated a day after the NNPC announced a massive shakeup which affected 55 management staff, the Minister said it wasn’t the first time changes would be made without the Board’s input.

“It is in the spirit of service and absolute belief in your leadership and integrity that I have, after one year of tolerating these disrespectful and humiliating conducts by the GMD, decided to bring these to your attention,” the Minister wrote.

He called on the President to intervene and “save the office of the Minister of State from further humiliation and disrespect by compelling all parastatals to submit to oversight regulatory mandate and proper supervision” which he is supposed to manage on the President’s behalf.

He also called on President Buhari to “save the NNPC and the oil industry from collapse arising from the above non-transparent practices and empower the Board” to do the needful.

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