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Friday, October 06, 2017

President Buhari And Minister Of State Petroleum Kachikwu In Closed Door Meeting...

The Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, is currently in a closed door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.


Since the leaked letter to the President, this is the first one-on-one meeting between the President and the Minister.

Kachikwu had written to Buhari on the conduct of the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Dr. Maikanti Baru.

The Minister arrived the Presidential Villa at about 11.40am for the meeting.

dailypost will bring more details.

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    1. Did you create the neck?

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  2. I hope something sensible comes out of this meeting and he won't be biased!

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  3. They we soon give him shoutup money, he shall not speak again. Nigeria my country

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  4. Imagine what it takes for a minister to see the president. I am just curious what really happens in the FEC meetings, is not suppose to be a meeting where all ministers and cabinet members give report on what is going on in their ministry? Someone should please educate me on this cause I am tired of this country.

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  5. I hope the close door meeting goes well

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  6. Buhari knows what's going on. This meeting presently going on is just for formalities sake.

    Ibe kachikwu has been trying to get across to Buahri since he came from London after those three months and never got the chance.

    Just few days after exposing the NNPC MD, he is allowed to see Buhari.

    Something is fishy here

    God bless Nigeria

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  7. For those not aware the chief of staff to the president is a member of the board of nnpc and is aware of what transpires there. Buhari is the minister of petroleum and Ibe is minister of state. How can a contract of $26 billion (more than our budget) is awarded and it doesn't pass through the board. Later we will be td that buhari is fighting corruption. If Ibe didn't write the letter (August 31) nobody would have known the monumental corruption going on in nnpc minus other departments and it is now that he will now see him since the indirect whistle blowing. I guess kachikwu has poured sand inside their garri, let us see how this will be swept aside as I am sure it will be. After this meeting Ibe will eat his words and will tell us a story.

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  8. Thank you Ibe for opening their backside. Anti corruption indeed. A thieving government of the Fulani, by the Fulani, for the Fulani
    Actually, that's a great hashtag #GOVERNMENTOFTHEFULANIFORTHEFULANIBYTHEFULANI

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  9. I salute Ibe! Well done. Just shows how this useless nepotistic, tribalistic, wicked dictatorship is run

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