Re: Buratai, Biafra and the guardians of empire Nigeria (Part1) By Okanga Agila

There is the mistaken notion frequently bandied that Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, the Northern oligarchy or Nigeria’s Northern region and now, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt.Gen. Tukur Yusufu Buratai, are opposed to any clamour for self-determination by some sections of Nigeria. These days, it is further embellished with calls for Constitutional reforms and restructuring of the Nigerian federation, if breakaway is to be avoided.

How good government policies can reposition Nigeria’s oil and gas sector

For over half a century since it began operations, the Nigerian oil and gas sector has witnessed a decent level of activities. The industry has witnessed twists and turns as a result of policies or lack of it. It has equally not been spared the volatility that has characterised the global oil industry in recent times. Industry experts as well as players believe that despite what could be happening in the oil industry globally, the responsibility for giving direction to the Nigerian oil and gas sector rests on the government. Its actions or inactions will ultimately determine how well the industry fares.

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