Spokesman for the NNPC, Levi Ajuonuma said:
“It does not make any sense to any reasonable person, we have nothing to do with the report,” and maintained that the story was a figment of some people’s imagination.
He warned that “the people were stoking trouble by peddling that kind of dangerous rumour.”
The federal government has concluded plans to construct three additional refineries in Bayelsa, Lagos and Kogi states. Not Indonesia.
Ajuonuma faulted the report, saying “the story was not attributed to any Nigerian official,”
However President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday made clarification on the proposal tendered before the Senate to remove fuel subsidies, saying apart from harnessing revenues for capital stock formation, it will leverage on private sector investments in public-private partnerships (PPPs) to help bridge infrastructural gap.