NNPC Stops Spillage and Repairs Faulty Section of Trans Niger Pipeline.

The Group General Manager of, National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS), a subsidiary of NNPC limited, Mr Bala Wunti stated that the agency had stopped the oil spillage, and made repairs to the Trans Niger Pipeline, he shared the news on his verified Twitter handle on the 8th of October 2022.

He said “Today, we achieved another great milestone on my second trip (within a week) to the Bodo community. The faulty section of the Trans Niger Pipeline was clamped, and the spillage was successfully stopped. With the completion of repairs, environmental remediation will commence in earnest, and we will all go to bed feeling better tonight, knowing that the oil spill into the Bodo community has successfully been contained and that NNPC limited trust rebuilding efforts with our beloved host community has fully taken shape and is paying off.”

“All the parties have respected the outcome of the open discussions that led to this moment. In the coming days, not only will the Bodo community indigenes live in a cleaner and healthier environment, but the nation will also receive much-needed relief. Watching the contractors plug the leak and tighten the bolts to hold the clamp in place was gratifying. This memory will live with me forever! At NNPC, our commitment to ensuring safety and safeguarding the well-being of our host communities remains unwavering.”

“Our appreciation and gratitude go to the members of the host communities, the community leaders that stood up to be counted, and the hardworking and indefatigable Government Security Agencies, NNPC staff, and contractors involved throughout the process. Welcome to #NewEra!”

Indeed it is a new Era for the NNPC which is the leading Oil producer and Supplier on the African continent, it is also a new Era for Nigeria, the giant of Africa.