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06 February 2012, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – Upon making a decision to enter a commentary on this discourse I made a decision not to cheapen it by labelling the gentleman, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi as a sponsor, member or sympathiser of Boko Haram or by connecting him with a Northern agenda that may exist...

03 Januardy 2012, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – Taiwo Ekundayo and I were both surprised at how fast we closed the deal. At the time neither of us...

6 december 2011, Sweetcrude, Lagos – I remember how as a young teenager I was caught within the grips of what my friends and I now call the “Kodendiara...

John Iyene Owubokiri 1 November 2011, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – The first point to note about the downstream sector of the oil and gas industry...

2 October 2011, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt- As the story teller told us, the Niger Delta is the theatre of auguries; the oil and gas wealth which redefined...

3 September, 2011, Sweetcrude, Lagos – For several years the IOCs and the Federal Government have been in denial of their liabilities to the Ogoni...

John Owubokiri   Her initial appointment as Petroleum Minister was greeted with loud objections and skepticism both in the industry and the larger...

By John Iyene Owubokiri Events in Nigeria reflect the multiplicity of interests, aspirations and priorities of the ethnic groups, religious affiliations...