FG seeks stakeholders’ support to end adulterated fuel supplies
Some federal government ministries, department and agencies as well as security agencies have called for the assistance of the Natural Oil and Gas Suppliers Association of Nigeria (NOGASA) in discouraging the distribution of adulterated petroleum products.
NOGASA is Nigeria’s premiere organization of suppliers, stakeholders and practitioners in the nation’s oil and gas sector distribution service chain.
The request for the support was made at the NOGASA ReInauguration Ceremony in Abuja which saw the emergence of Mr. Benneth Korie and Alhaji Abdullahi Idris as pioneer president and vice president of the association for the next five-years.
Speaking specifically on the need to curb sourcing of petroleum products from vandalized pipelines, the Commandant General Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Abdullahi Gana Muhammadu who was represented by Assistant Commandant, General Operations Aminu Abdullahi Kofarsoro said Illegal dealing in petroleum product, bunkering, vandalisation and oil theft were critical issues the government was seeking partnership with the association.