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BREAKING: NNPC Disengages 400 Senior Staffs Nationwide

BREAKING: NNPC Disengages 400 Senior Staffs Nationwide : The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, has disengaged over 400 senior staff nationwide, with effect from today, Thursday, March 12, 2020.

Reports reaching Mediangr.com.ng indicates that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) have removed about four hundred (400) of her senior staffs nationwide. Verified sources also adds that, the removal from office will be effective as from today, Thursday 12th March, 2020.

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BREAKING: NNPC Disengages 400 Senior Staffs Nationwide.

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According to sources in the NNPC, the disengagement affected mainly staff who were scheduled to retire between now and 2022, while it also engaged some staff and promoted others, who are scheduled to resume Thursday. The source added that the NNPC has also appointed Mr. Kehinde Obateru, as the new Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division.

Obateru, who who was until now, the spokesperson for the NNPC London office, would be the new spokesperson of the NNPC, replacing Mr. Ndu Ughamadu, who retired last September. He would also be taking over from Mr. Samson Makoji, who had been the Acting Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division of the NNPC, since after the exit of Ughamadu.

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According to reported gathered by Mediangr.com.ng, Obateru would be replaced in the NNPC London office, by Mr. Gboyega Bello, who had been promoted, General Manager of the Group Public Affairs Division. The sources also noted that there were a few promotions and re-deployments among the top hierarchy of the corporation, while they alleged that some of the disengagements and redeployment were not justified.

However efforts to get the views of the outgoing spokesperson of the NNPC, Mr. Samson Makoji, did not yield any result, as he refused to answer calls and respond to a text message sent to his phone.

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