NNPC management visits the Shell’s stand at the opening session of the 2023 edition of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition in Abuja

L-R: Director Joint Venture, Levmora Services/dmg events, Funmi Marinho; Managing Director, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company Limited (SNEPCo), Elohor Aiboni; Business Adviser, Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited, Oghale Ojeaburu; Executive Vice President Upstream, NNPC Limited, Adokiye Tombomieye; and General Counsel & Company Secretary, NNPC Limited, Chidi Momah … at the opening ceremony of the 2023 Nigerian Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition in Abuja… on Monday

House of Representatives Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila (l), President-elect Bola Tinubu, former British Prime Minister and founder Tony Blair Institute, Mr. Tony Blair, and Vice President-elect Kashim Shettima after a meeting between the President-elect and the former UK PM at the Defence House…on Tuesday

The Board and Management Team of Eko Electricity Distribution Company recently paid a courtesy visit to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu. The visit was to congratulate the Governor on his re-election and discussed ways of collaboration with the Lagos State Government on the decentralization of power and optimization of service delivery to consumers.

From L-R Babatunde Lasaki (GM, Corporate communications,EKEDC), Babor Egeregor (Director EKEDC), Tien George (Director WPG), Charles Momoh (Director EKEDC), Wola Joseph (Chief Legal Officer,EKEDC), Dere Otubu (Chairman EKEDC Board Of Directors) HE Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu,Governor of Lagos State, Dr. Tinuade Sanda (MD/CEO EKEDC), Ernest Oji (Director WPG), Olalere Odusote (LASG, Commissioner for Energy & Mineral Resources), Shola Mosunlola Shasore (Perm. Sec LASG, Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources) Mr. Mukhtaar Tijani (GM, Lagos State, Electricity Board).

Reps Okay Creation Of Nigerian Peace Corps

Musbau Babatunde

The House of Representatives in Abuja on Thursday adopted the conference committee reports on the bill to establish the Nigerian Peace Corps.

Hon. Babangida Ibrahim, Chairman of Committee, while moving for the consideration of the report in the House, Ibrahim said the bill among others was to establish the Nigerian Peace Corps.

He said the peace corps would be a body charged with the responsibility to develop, empower and provide gainful employment for youths.

He added that it would also facilitate peace, volunteerism, community service, neighborhood watch and nation building.

The harmonised report of the conference committee which was laid and adopted by the lawmakers showed the conference adopted the version of the bill as passed in terms of clause 38(2).

The highlight of the adopted report is on clause 38 (1) of the version passed by the Senate which is in conflict with the version passed by the House of Reps as contained under clause 38 (1).

The Senate’s version seeks dissolution of the existing Peace Corps of Nigeria and National Unity and Peace Corps.

The House of Reps version of the bill solely recommends the dissolution of the existing Peace Corps of Nigeria to be transformed into the Nigerian Peace Corps when assented to by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Shell’s Golf Tournament Attracts Serving,Retired Leaders

L-R: General Manager, Safety and Environment, Shell Nigeria, Elozino Olaniyan; Vice President Midstream, Henry Bristol; former Managing Director, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company Limited (SNEPCo), Chike Onyejekwe; SNEPCo Managing Director, Elohor Aiboni and Shell Nigeria Vice President, Human Resources, Olukayode Ogunleye, at the Golf Kitty retreat organised for serving and retired leaders of Shell Nigeria at the Lakowe Golf Course, Lagos… recently.