Oil block ownership: Call on FG to look into the lopsided north/south control

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By Samuel Abasiekong-Abasiekong

Before we, 9newsng.com drives you the whole miles of this lengthy report, first we find it necessary to let you see the ‘why’ the Federal Government should look into the lopsided allocation of oil blocks to some Nigerians and possibly abrogate this unconstitutional practice.

Thus, it may interest you to know that the allocation of oil blocks and oil marginal fields to individuals or corporate organizations introduced in Nigeria by the military in their quest to demonstrate that they were sole administrators of all assets in the country is not authorized by today’s 1999 constitution as amended in which all policies of government at all levels draw its strength.

Section 44(3) while prohibiting this illegality has vested the management of this important sector of the economy solely on the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Section 44 sub-section 3 says: “the entire/property in and control of all minerals, minerals oils and natural gas in, under or upon any land in Nigeria or in, under or upon the territorial waters and the Exclusive Economic Zone of Nigeria shall vest in the Government of the Federation and shall be managed in such a manner as may be prescribed by the National Assembly”.

This section of the 1999 constitution as amended vests the ownership, management and control of all minerals, minerals oils and natural gas absolutely on the Federal Government until the National Assembly withdraws such powers.

But hitherto, the National Assembly has not withdrawn the ownership, management and control of minerals from the Federal Government and has not also authorized her to share its natural assets to any individual or organization, yet unknown to most Nigerians oil blocks and oil marginal fields are own by individuals and organizations, thus putting them in a much better economic advantage than others.

And moreso, in concurrence to section 44(3), sharing or allocating Oil and Gas deposits to private citizens, officials of government and organizations is a clear violation of Section 16(2)(c) of the law of the land in Nigeria.

Here the constitution provides that, “the economic system is not operated in such a manner as to permit the concentration of wealth or the means of production and exchange in the hands of few individuals or of a group”.

The contravention of the constitution in regards to the allocation of oil blocks and oil marginal fields should be arrested and restrained forthwith.

Presently in Nigeria, there are 1481 active oil wells and 159 active marginal fields.

Out of the above national commonwealth, 52% of them are own my some identified Nigerians, while 48% are held by direct allocation by the FG or leasing by individuals to foreign Oil and gas firms.

And unknown to the Federal Government some Nigerian who own this oil blocks have made it a practice to sub-lease them to some international oil companies due to their lack of an initial corresponding fund and technical expertise to develop the oil and gas industry. By this, they mortgage the country commonwealth, then swing on luxury armchair in their homes where they sit to collect huge rents from those they leased the country asset to, thus oil block owners become unjustifiably rich while the Federal, State and Local Governments depend on loans and bailout to pay salaries and carry out basic infrastructural development of the country.

In 9newsng.com quest to know who actually owns these Oil blocks, we have discovered that individuals and group of persons from the northern Nigeria own 77% of the oil blocks, while individuals from western Nigeria own 8%. The Niger/Delta individuals hold 3% of the Oil blocks. And individuals from Eastern Nigeria extraction own 2% of the oil blocks. And on the whole, a great majority of these Nigerians sub-lease their blocks to foreign firms which themselves (foreign oil firm) were already allotted 10% of the Nigeria Oil blocks.

While space may not be available enough to reel out the names and operators of all 1481 oil wells and 159 marginal fields unconstitutionally shared to individuals and group of persons in Nigeria, 9newsng.com has extracted few from Nigerian Monitor’s site to appeal to the FG to review this lopsided sharing and possibly revoke this robbery of the people commonwealth by a cluster of bourgeois feeding on the majority of Nigerians complaisance to anti people policies and ignorance of their rights.

Here is the names of very few owners of oil blocks and oil marginal fields:

1) Alhaji Mai Daribo: a Borno Patriarch is the owner of OML 110 that has high yield. The oil well has an OBE oil field that has an estimation of over 500 million oil barrels yield.

2) General Theophilus Danjuma is the owner of OPL 246 whose company is known aw SAPETRO. The oil block exports up two 300000 barrels of crude daily.

3) Colonel Sanni Bello: is owner of NOML 112 and OML 117 and his company is known as the International Petroleum Development Company. Sanni Bellow is the in-law of Abdulsalami Abubakar who was the former Head of State of Nigeria.

4) Alhaji Mohammed Ludimi from Niger State, the in-law. to the former Military President Ibrahim Babangida is the owner of OML 115, OLDWOK Field and EBOk field.

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5) Alhaji Sela Mohammed Gambo: who runs Nor East Petroleum Limited owns OML 215.

6) Alhaji Aminu Cantata:_is the owner of OML 108 that is run by Express Petroleum Company Limited.

7) Alhaji W.I Folawiyo is the owner of OML 113 and the name of his operating company in that oil well is Yinka Folawiyo Ltd

8) Prince Nasiru Ado Bayero who is the cousin of the Central Bank Governor Lamido Sanusi is the owner of ASUOKPU/UMUTU marginal oil fields and he runs the Seplat Petroleum.

9) Atiku Yaradua and Bayero owns Intel and they have reasonable stakes in the oil and gas exploration industry of Nigeria.

10) Rilwan Lukman: the former OPEC chairman owns AMNI, a company that has 2 oil blocks OML 112 and OML 117. He has stakes in EBOK oil fields in OML 67

11) Dan Etete, Abacha ‘s oil minister owns Malabu Oil that operates the oil well OPL 245. The name of the operating company of this oil well is Malabu Oil & Gas Company. The oil block is worth $20 billion dollars

12) Peter Odili owns OPL 289 and OPL 233 and the operating firm in this oil well is Clewater Refinery and RivGas Petroleum and Gas Company which managed by OKey Ezenwa as the Vice Chairman.

13) Andy Uba is a major operator of OPL 286 which he runs through Focus Energy which is in partnership with the BG Group.

14) Emeka Offor owns OPL 291 that is operated by Starcrest Energy Nigeria Limited. This oil well was later sold to Addax Petroleum Development Company Limited. Emeka Of for still has stakes in OPL 291.

15) Mike Adenuga owns Conoil which is the oldest indigenous oil exploration industry in Nigeria. The Conoil has six oil blocks and it exports more than 200000 barrels of crude oil on a daily basis.

16) Alfred James Petroleum owns OPL 302 which are owned conjointly by Adewunmi Sujuade, Gone Sijuade, Cooke Sijuade, Adedeji Sijuade, Olayinka Sijuade, Adeyemi Osiyemi, Femisola Awosika with A.O Adeyinka as the Chairman.

17) J.O Udoji with his colleagues own OPL 226 and the operating company is 2 Soglas Nigeria Limited.

18) Saleh Jambo: as the Chairman of the North East Petroleum owns the OPL 215 oil well.

19) Ibrahim Bunu presides as the Chairman of Optimum Petroleum that opy OPL 310.

20) Aminu Alhassan Dantata as the Chairman of the Express Petroleum committee owns OPL 108&_227 and the members of the committee are Ahmade Rufai, Tajudeen Dantata, Dalhatu Gwarzo, Lawan Omar.

21) Sanni Bello was the Chairman of the committee of the OPL 112& 117 of the Amni Int. Petroleum.

22) Arthur Eze presides over Atlas Petroleum Int. Ltd that owns the oil well OPL 109.

23) Mohammed Indimi presides over Oriental Energy Resources which owns the oil well OPL 115

23) Mai Derive presides over Cavendish Petroleum Big Ltd which owns OPL 110

24) Kase Lawal presides over Allied Energy Resources Big Ltd which operates OPL 120&121

25) M.A Olokun presides over Summit Oil which runs OPL 122

26) M.K.O Abiola presides over Summit Oil which owns OPL 205 and OPL 206

27) Said Kuashi presides over Crown well Petroleum that owns OPL 305 and 306

28) Module Alakija presides over Famta Oil Ltd which owns OPL 216

29) O.B Lulu Briggs runs the oil well OPL 114, 239, 234 and 231

30) A.B.C Orjiako presides over Zebbra Energy Limited which owns OPL 248

31) Reggie Uduhim presides over Oil and Gas Limited that owns OPL 249

32) David Richards, P.O Balogun, T.O Omisore, Olayiwola Fatona presides over the Niger Delta Western OPL 34

33) Rachel Akintola, Ibukun Olawepo and their colleagues operate Oil World which owns OPL 241

34) Appia Korang, A. Peppe, Oba Gbadebo, O.A Kpata, O. Adeyemo, M.O Osunsanya, O. Boyo, J.A Tinubu presides over Oando which owns OPL 278, 236

35) Onoh Anthony and his colleagues, Onoh Christiana, Onoh Ngozi, George Udoekong, Nwauche Erastus presides over Eurafric Energy Limited Dawes Island which operate OML 54

36) Unejei T, Akinro C.A and colleagues own Bicta Energy that operate Bicta Energy

37) Ewendu Chidi and his colleagues own Platform Petroleum Limited that operate OML 38

38) Du- Frayed and his colleagues Baba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade, Adeniji Titi, Akinla Ladipo, Bentley John, Ciroma Musa preside over Sahara Energy & African Oil Ltd which own OML 40 oil well.

39) Fatona Layi and his colleagues Aret Adams, Uduimp Itsueli, Sammy Olagbaju, David Richard, Udi Ibru operate the Niger Delta Company which owns the OML 54

40) Macpepple Victoria and his colleagues MacPepple Henry, Macpepple Joy, MacPepple Emmanuel, MacPepple Elfrida operate Prime Petr. Ltd & Suffolk Petroleum which owns the OML 11

41) Usman Danburran and his colleagues Alhaji Indimi operate Oriental Energy which owns OML 67

42) Nwauche Erastus and his colleagues Onoh Anthony, Onoh Christiana, Onoh Ngozi, George Udoekong operates Eurafric Energy Limited Dawes Island which owns OML 54

43) Aliyu Abubakar and his colleagues Brigidi David, Alamieyesheiga Anitonbrapa, Ifimaim Ekine, Jonathan Selereipre, Enddeley Francis, Chinwetelu Chris, Williams E.J operate the Bayelsa Oil Company Ayala which owns the oil well OML 46.


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1) Alfred James Petroleum OPL 302 licensed in 1991 Adewunmi Sijuade, Goke Sijuade, Adedeji Sijuade, Olayinka Sijude, Adeyemi Osiyemi and Femisola Awosika, with A.O Adeyinka as Chairman

2) Soglas Nigeria Limited OPL 226 licensed in 1991. Oscar P. Udoji, P.E Udoji, E.E. Nwosu, with J.O. Udoji as Chairman

3) NorthEast Petroleum OPL 215, 840 &902 licensed in 1991, Kommer Complex Limited, Nwokema Ngozi Mbu, Abubakar Jubril and Ashiru B. Aliu, A. Ayankoya with Saleh Jambo as Chairman

4) Optimum Petroleum OPL 310 licensed in 1992 R.D. Adelu, Yusuf N’jie and O.A. Aremu with Ibrahim Bunu as Chairman

5 Sunlink Petroleum OPL 238 & OPL 311 licensed in 1993 Olaniyi Olumide, Hayford Alile, Samuel Bolarinde, Richard Adelu, Martins Olisa, John Brunner and Emmanuel Ojei

6) Express Petroleum OPL 108 & 227 licensed in 1995 Ahmade Rufai, Tajudeen Dantata, Dalhatu Gwarzo, Lawan Omar with Aminu Alhassan Dantata as Chairman

7) Dubril Oil Co. Nigeria OPL 96 licensed in 1987 B.N. Itsueli, C.A. Itsueli, O.O. Itsueli, A.E. Ihuegbu with U.J. Itsueli as Chairman.

8) Amni Int. Petroleum OPL 112 &117 licensed in 1998 &1999 E.C Edozien, Tunde Afolabi with Sanni Bello as Chairman

9 Atlas Petroleum Int. Nig Ltd OPL 109 licensed in 1996 Umaru Ndanusa, Ikechukwu Joseph, Mohammadu Murtala with Arthur Eze as Chairman

10) Consolidated Oil OPL 103, 458, 136 licensed in 1993, 1998 &2006 O. Adenuga and Ebi Omatsola with Mike Adenuga as Chairman

11) Oriental Energy Resources OPL 115 licensed in 1999 Usman Danburan, Jibril Mohammed Indimi with Senior Mohammed Indimi as Chairman

12) Cavendish Petroleum Nig. Ltd OPL 110 1996 Gambo Gubio with Mai Deribe as Chairman

13) Allied Energy Resources Nig. Ltd OPL 120 & 121 licensed in 2001 Mickey Lawal as Director with Kase Lawal as Chairman

14) Peak Petroleum OPL 122 licensed in 2001 Adekunle Olumide, W. Bolaji, Florence D. Oluokun and Ayodeji Oluokun with M.A. Oluokun as Chairman

15) Summit Oil Nig. Limited OPL 205 and 206 licensed in 1990 L.K.O Abiola, Radio Communications Nig. Ltd with M.K.O Abiola as Chairman

16) Crownwell Petroleum Ltd OPL 305 AND 306 1993 S.K Adejumo with Sair Kuashi as Chairman

17) Famfa Oil Ltd OPL 216 (OML 127) of 1993 Folorunso Alakija wit Modupe Alakija as Chairman

18) MoniPulo OPL 114, 239, 234, 231 licensed in 1999, 2008, 2008, 2007 F.A. Agama with O.B. Lulu Briggs as Chairman

19) Yinka Folawiyo Pet. Company (OPL 113) licensed in1998 S.T. Folawiyo, T.B Folawiyo with W.I Folawiyo as Chairman

20) Zebbra Energy Limited (OPL 248) of 2004 S.A. Oloko, Boni Madubunyi, Zimako O. Zimako with A.B.C. Orjiako as Chairman

21) Oil and Gas Limited OPL 249 and 140 of 2003, 2006 M.O. I drisu with Reggie Uduhim as Chairman

22) Continental Oil and Gas Limited (OPL 59) 1998 Agbolade Paddy, Subair Shefiu with Mike Adenuga as Chairman

23) Emerald Energy Resources OML 141 2001 J.O. Amaefule, P.L. Caldwell, A.C. Uzoigwe, Amos NUR, C.N. Chieri, Femi Akingbe, F.A. Njoku with Emmanuel Egbogah as Chairman

24) Oranto Petr. Limited OPL 320 2002 Arthur Eze as Chairman

25) Dajo Oil Limited OPL 320 2004 R.B. Domingo, M.O. Domingo, U.R. Domingo with Domingo Obande as Chairman

26) Malabu OPL 245 Dan Etete as Chairman

27) Orient Energy OPL 915, 916 N. Nwawka with Emeka Anyaoku as Chairman

28) Sahara Energy Exploration OPL 284, 228, 332 2005, 2006 Buba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade as Diectors

29) Enageed Resources Limited OPL 274 2007 Buba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade as Directors

30) Seplat OPL 4, 38, 41 2010 A.B.C. Orjiako and Austin Avuru

31) Ekcrest E & P Limited OPL 40 2012 Emeka Offor as Chairman

32) First Hydrocarbon OPL 26 2011 O.A Azazi as Chairman

33) Neconde OPL 42 2011 Amesi Azudialu, John Umeh, Nnenna Obijesi

34) Niger Delta Western OPL 34 2012 Olayiwola Fatona, David Richards, P.O. Balogun, T. Omisore

35) Transcorp OPL 281 2011 Jim Ovia, Tony Elumelu, Femi Otedola, Funso Lawal, Jacob Ajekigbe, Tony Ezenna, Ndi Onyiuke Okereke, Fola Adeola and Nicholas Okoye

36) Starcrest, Cross River Energy & NPDC OPL 242 2011 Emeka Offor, Chris Garuba

37) Starcrest OPL 291 Emeka Offor, Gidado Idris, Yzoni Yaw

38) South Atlantic (SAPETRO) OPL 264 (130) 1998 Miguel Guerrero, Joy Ikiebe, Guerrrero, with T.Y. Danjuma as Chairman

39) Oando OPL 278, 236 2005, 2006 Magoro, J.A. Tinubu, O. Boyo, M.O. Osunsanya, O. Adeyemo, O. Akpata, Oba Gbadebo, A. Peppe and Appiah Korang

40) Ashbert OPL 325 Albert Esiri, Ifeoma Esiri

41) Oil World OPL241 2007 Gbenga Olawapo, Adekunle Akintola, Ibukun Olawepo, Rachael Akintola

42) Pan Ocean OPL 98, 275 1976, 2007 F.A. Fadeyi, M.D. Yuduf, S.D. Adeniyi

43) Cleanwater Consortium OPL 289 2007 Arumeni-Ikhide Joseph, Okey Nzenwa, Abu Ibrahim

44) Afren Global Resources OPL 907, 917 2005, 2008 Rilwan Lukman, Osmah Shahenshah, Evert Jan Mulder, Peter Bingham, Guy Pass, Bet Cooper, Constantine, Egbert Imomoh

45) Centrica/CCC/All Bright Consortium OPL 276, 283 2005, 2006 Jake Mirica, John Sheers

46) Gas Transmission & Power Ltd OPL 905 2005 Ahmed Joda, Babangida Hassan Katsina, Makoji Aduku, Abubakar Joda

47) Global Energy Company Limited OPL 135 2005, 2010 S.A. Onabiyi, M.A. Koshoni, T.T. Anyansho, J.N. Obiago

48) New Nig. Devt. Company OPL 733,809, 810,722 Northern State governors

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49) Tenoil Petroleum Energy Services OPL 2008 2007 Jim Ovia, Tony Elumelu, Femi Otedola, Funso Lawal, Jacob Ajekigbe, Tony Ezenna, Ndi Onyiuke Okereke, Fola Adeola, Nicholas Okoye, with Elumelu as Chairman


Name of Company, names of Directors/Shareholders

1) Niger Delta Company Ogbele (OML 54) 1999 Aret Adams, Uduimo Itsueli, Sammy Olagbaju, David Richard, Udi Ibru and Fatona Layi

2) Prime Petr. Ltd & Suffolk Petr Asaramaroru (OML11) 2003 MacPepple Henry, Macpepple Joy, Macpepple Emmanuel, Macpepple Elfrida and Macpepple Victoria

3) Oriental Energy Owok (OML 67), Ebok 2006, 2007 Alhaji Indimi, Usman Danburran

4) Universal Energy Stubb Creek Field (OML 13/14 2003 Amana Nkoyo, Mianaekere Nelson, Abubakar Hayatou, Mboho Emmanuel, Ekpo Akpan, Inyang Etim (Akwa Ibom Govt)

5) Eurafric Energy Limited Dawes Island (OML 54) 2003 Onoh Anthony, Onoh Christiana, Onoh Ngozi, George Udoekong, Nwauche Eastus

6) Pillar Oil Limited Umusati/Igbuku (OML56) 2003 Onosode G.O, Fadahunsi O, Amakiri J., Hassan-Katsina Usman, Tonwe Basife, Obaseki Godwin, Akoyomare Ambrose, Fisher Abayomi, Anaekwena Anthony, Avuru Spencer, Onosode Spencer, Hassan-Babangida

7) Bayelsa Oil Company Atala (OML46), Bayelsa Govt, Brigidi David, Alamieyesheiga Anitonbrapa, Ifimain Ekine, Jonathan Selereipre, Enddeley Francis, Chinwetelu Chris, Willians E.J., Aliyu Abubakar

8) Movideo E&P Ekeh (OML 88) Idau Sadiq, Jacobs Kayode, Enahoro Victor, Mohammed Aishatu, Tugger Yusuf, Okwuaive Iyabo, Sadare Raymond

9) Bicta Energy Ogedeh (OML 90) Adesemowo G.A, Bashir MM, Onumodu Soye, Akinro C.A, Malberbe T. Unejei T

10) Guarantee Petrr & Owena Oil Ororo (OML 95) Rufus Giwa, Ayodele Johnson, Fayose Abiodun, Unuigbe Odion, Omobomi Samuel, Rotimi Luyi, Adefarati Tunde, Duyie Korede, Ojo Segun, Ogedengbe Dele, Aidi Abass, Adegbonmire Wunmi, Amoye Mofisco, Ebiseni Sola, Oladunni Solomon, Agoi-George Segun, Akinruntan F.E, Hassan AlGazali, Eburajolo Victor, S.A. Ajayi

11) Platform Petroleum Limited Egboma (OML 38) Edmund Daukoru, Avuru Austin, Amachi Moshe, Adegoke Oluwafeyisola, Addo-Bayero Nasir, Ewendu Chidi

12) Sogenal Ltd Akepo (OML 90) Funso Lawal, Joda Abubakar, Harriman Hope, Odu Bunmi, Edohoeket Samuel, Yahaya Mohammed, Dada Nicholas, Yellowe Kenneth

13) Chorus Energy Amoji (OML 56) Akerele Chris, Mamman Samaila, Ihetu G.S. Braide Kombo, Banks Nigel, Clubb James, Uhuegbulem Ben, Baba Gana Abba

14) Millennium Oil and Gas Oza (OML11) Ali Chris, Maseli John, Karrs Sastry, Shama Yogi, Igweze Emeka, Bashir Farouk

15) Brittania U-Nigeria Ajapa (OML90) Ifejika Uju, Ifejika Emmanuel, Omu Paul, Otiji Igwe, Ikpeme Ita, Cardoso Tokie, Okonkwo Annie, Inua Mogaji, Mbanefo Louis, Ombu AVM, Horsfall A.K., Ukpong Uche, Ogoro Emomena, Ifejika E.I, Umar Alhaji, Ikpele A.O

16) Network E & P Qua Iboe (OML 13) Ajose Adeogun Ladi, Adesomoju Akin Alex -Duduyemi, Adewusi Adebowale, Ifode Yeletide, Gasau Ismaila Musa, John Etop, Olagbede Olufemi

17) Waltersmith Petroman & Morris Petr. Ibigwe (OML16) Isa Abdulrasak, Saleh Danjuma, Utomvie Nyingi, Ita Princess, Okoli Ndubuisi, Kakpovie Anthony, Okpala Eugene, Idrisu Mammudu, Idrisu Lawal, Isokrari Ombo, Nzeakor Nick, Abdulsalami Abdul, Nwabudo Ignatius

18) Midwestern Oil & Gas & Suntrust Oil Umsadege (OML56), Igbokwe Ken, Afejuku Anthony, Daultry Akpeti, Sagoe Kweku-Mensah, Gambo Lawan, Oshevire William, Mordi Sylvanus, Maidoh Daniel, Fatayi-Williams Babatunde, Mohammed Waziri, Emerhor Otega, Dublin-Green Winston, Mohammed Abubakar, Oduah Stella, Okafor Ugo and Baba-Ahmed Mouftah

19) Independent Energy Limited Ofa (OML 30) Ikelionwu Emeka, Ohunmwangho Steve, Yar’Adua Murtala, Okudu Anthony, Bello Shamsudeen, Obaoye Michael, Monanuma.

20) Del Sigma KE (OML 55) Amachree Sokeiprim, Ungbuku K.D., Bakut J.I, Chaff Kabiru

21) Associated Oil & Dansaki Petroleum Tom Shot Bank (OML14) Machunga Laraba, Gwadah Bitus, Balat Isaiah, Uzor Azuka, Ibok Udo, Uzoechi Isaac, Kadiri Samuel, Afolabi Aderenlr, Yinka Aina.

22) Frontier Oil Limited Uquo (OML13), Dada Thomas, Lolomari Odoliyi, Kolade Victor, Yisa Solomon, Nwasikeobi, Alechenu Emmanuel, Bello Falalu

23 Energia Limited & Oando Prod. Devt Ltd Ebendo/Obodeti (OML56), Horsfall A.U, Aribeana Stephen, Shawley Cooker, Bello Lawal, Ene Emeka, Afolabi Ade, Coker Sam, Esiri Albert, Dibiaezue Ifeoma, Hammad Charles, Macgregor Olushola, Oando

24) Goland Petroleum Devt. Company Oriri (OML 88) Kingsley Ngelale, Mogaji Gambo, Slako Johnson, Anthony Dotimi

25) Excel Exploration & Production Eremor (OML 46) Abiodun Awosika as shareholder

26) Sahara Energy & African Oil Ltd. Tsekelewu (OML 40) Baba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade, Adeniji Titi, Akinla Ladipo, Bently John, Ciroma Musa, Odili Obi F., Du-Frayer

27) Green Energy International Ltd Otakikpo A.A. Olojede as shareholder

28) All Grace Energy Ubima (OML 46) Adeola Adenikinju, Sola Alabi
Source: Nigerian Monitor

©️Samuel Abasiekong-Abasiekong, French & English languages Journalist, Researcher, Public Affairs Analyst.
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