Ahead of probe into alleged mismanagement of financial transactions of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNCP, the Conference of Nigerian Political Parties, CNPP has called for transparency and decency in the process, noting that the probe should not be politicised for any reason.
Secretary General of CNPP, Chief Willy Ezugwu, in a statement made available to journalists yesterday in Abuja, urged the federal government to ensure that the process is not politicised.
CNPP maintained that Nigerians now have hope in the leadership of the oil sector that has seen some positive and masses oriented reforms in the last few days and the reforms being introduced by the Minister of State/Group Managing Director of the corporation, Dr Ibe Kachikwu has exposed the activities of the cabals who had held the oil sector hostage.
According to the statement, Ezugwu said the best gift the President has brought to the table in recent time was the appointment of a non-partisan professional and technocrat, Ibe Kachikwu as the Minister of State/Group Managing Director of the corporation.
The organisation warned that it is aware of moves by the cabal to blackmail the minister of state to enable them continue business as usual, but warned that Nigerians are ready to defend the minister in his efforts to sanitise the sector.
The CNPP maintained that Nigerians now have hope in the leadership of the oil sector that has seen some positive and masses oriented reforms in the last few days and thereby warned that the upcoming probe by the government should not be politicised for any reason.
“CNPP is aware that the worst set of dangerous black marketers in the world exist within the NNPC as oil cabal and this is to sound a warning to them that Nigerians will not tolerate any unwarranted attack under any guise by these agents of darkness to either bring the corporation down or pull the government down on its people-oriented leadership.
He said the new helmsman has proven to be interested in probity and transparency of every single Kobo that the country earns from crude oil, adding that we should encourage him to keep his books open and allow Nigerians to face the cabal while he and the President are allowed to concentrate.
He urged Kachikwu to be courageous, saying he has the support of Nigerians.


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