Friday, 20 January 2017

Young Lady Stripped N*ked and Forced to Wash Blankets for Doing This Shocking Thing (Photo)

A young lady who was caught in the act doing something really shocking has been given the humiliation of a lifetime.
The girl was stripped n*ked and made to wash blankets
Many residents of Gwanda in Zimbabwe were recently treated to a free show when a teenage girl was made to pay for her sins in broad daylight.
She was stripped n*ked and paraded in public after she was caught with a married man in bed.
According to B Metro, the unnamed girl and the married man identified as Ngqabutho Ncube were caught in the act by Ncube’s wife, Kwanele, while they were having s*x in the couple’s matrimonial home in Spitzkop suburb.
The young girl was given a thorough beating as the man fled leaving her at the mercy of his wife.
A source speaking on the matter said: “Ma Ncube works at a salon and since these days they are not busy, she returned home earlier than expected. When she got home she found the door locked, but heard some sounds of pleasure which made her insist on knocking. The husband, realising they had been caught opened the door and ran away leaving the girl and his wife to sort out the issue."
The wife then angrily stripped the girl n*ked and meted instant justice on her.
“The woman once warned the girl to stay away from her husband after she had heard rumours that they were in a relationship. After finding her in the house, she beat her up before ordering her to wash all her blankets and sheets while n*ked. She continuously assaulted her as she demanded answers,” said the source.
The girl was reportedly seen being ordered to wash sheets and blankets while n*ked and was shamefully looking to the ground to avoid the onlookers who had their smartphones out to capture the free show.
The girl is reportedly waiting for her Ordinary Level results and she hooked up with the married man when she visited her sister in Gwanda.
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Checkout Barack Obama's Final Schedule on His Last Day as President of The United States

As his time as US president gradually draws to an end, the final schedule of Barack Obama has been released to the public.
Barack Obama
Barack Obama, in just a few hours from now, will cease to be the president of America as he hands over to president-elect, Donald Trump.
His press secretary has just released a detailed schedule of his final hours as US President.
See the full schedule below:
Office of the Press Secretary
January 19, 2017
In the morning, the President and the First Lady will welcome President-elect Trump and Mrs. Trump at the North Portico. This event will be pooled press.
Later in the morning, the President and the First Lady will host a tea and coffee reception with President-elect Trump and Mrs. Trump in the Blue Room. This event will be closed press.
Afterward, the President and the First Lady will depart the White House en route the U.S. Capitol with President-elect Trump and Mrs. Trump. This event will be covered by the in-town travel pool.
In the afternoon, the President will attend the Inaugural Swearing-In Ceremony for President-elect Trump. The Vice President, the First Lady, Dr. Biden, Vice President-elect Pence, and Mrs. Pence will also attend. This event at the U.S. Capitol will be open to pre-credentialed media.
Later in the afternoon, President Obama and Mrs. Obama will depart the U.S. Capitol en route Joint Base Andrews. While at Joint Base Andrews, President Obama will deliver remarks at a farewell event with staff. The departure at the U.S. Capitol will be open to pre-credentialed media, and the arrival and remarks at Joint Base Andrews will be pooled press.
Afterward, President Obama and Mrs. Obama will depart Joint Base Andrews en route Palm Springs, California. The departure from Joint Base Andrews will be pooled press.
9:40AM THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY welcome President-elect Trump and Mrs. Trump
North Portico
9:45AM THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY host a tea and coffee reception with President-elect Trump and Mrs. Trump
Blue Room
10:30AM THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart the White House en route the U.S. Capitol with President-elect Trump and Mrs. Trump
North Portico
11:15AM THE PRESIDENT attends the Inaugural Swearing-In Ceremony for President-elect Trump; THE VICE PRESIDENT, THE FIRST LADY, DR. BIDEN, Vice President-elect Pence, and Mrs. Pence also attend
U.S. Capitol
12:45PM President Obama and Mrs. Obama depart the U.S. Capitol en route Joint Base Andrews
U.S. Capitol
1:10PM President Obama delivers remarks at a Joint Base Andrews farewell event; Mrs. Obama also attends
Joint Base Andrews
1:40PM President Obama and Mrs. Obama depart Joint Base Andrews en route Palm Springs, California
Joint Base Andrews
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Wow! See the Weird Marriage Proposal Photo that Broke the Internet

A marriage proposal photo involving a tall man and a dwarf lady has been trending online as Nigerians are overwhelmed with surprise.
The marriage proposal picture in question
A romance photo that reminds Nigerians of the blind and unconditional nature of love has surface on social media.
As seen in the image above, a tall man proposed marriage to his dwarf lover who gleefully accepted.
The difference in height seems ephemeral to the man as he looks overwhelmed by love.
A section of social media claim the picture is a mere publicity stunt by the unnamed couple or probably a photo from the set of a movie.
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Must Read: Seven Important Tips to Keep Your WhatsApp Chats Private and Safe

WhatsApp is probably one of the most used apps on any smartphone. And for the right reasons, it is a great communication tool and works well even with relatively slower connections.
File photo
Whether you are looking to text someone or want to send an image from your holiday to a group of friends, you are likely to pick up WhatsApp.
Just like any other app or a web-based tool, WhatsApp can also leak your private data if you are not careful. Now, ESET, a company that offers security solutions, including nifty anti-virus apps for smartphones as well as computers, has come out with a few tech tips.
The company says that every WhatsApp user should use the following tips to keep his or her WhatsApp chats safe and secure:
1. Lock WhatsApp
One of the best WhatsApp security tips is to protect the app with a password or PIN. WhatsApp itself does not offer such a function, but there are third-party apps that do. It may seem cumbersome but if you lose your phone, it is going to prevent anyone else from accessing your chats.

2. Block WhatsApp photos from appearing in photo roll
It is fair to assume that your WhatsApp conversations may occasionally take on a distinctly ‘personal’ note. If you are sharing images with your spouse, for example, the last thing you want is for those images to appear in your general photostream, popping up when you let a friend swipe through your holiday snaps.
On iPhone, it is easy to fix. Go into your phone’s ‘Settings’ menu, then ‘Privacy’, ‘Photos’, and deselect WhatsApp from the list of apps whose images are fed into the photostream.
Android users will have to get under the hood a little bit. Using a file explorer app like ES File Explorer, find WhatsApp’s ‘Images’ and ‘Videos’ folders. Create a file within each called ‘.nomedia’. That will stop Android’s Gallery from scanning the folder.
Secondly, if you exclude WhatsApp images from your photoroll, and lock the app as above, it provides another layer of security if your phone is stolen or hacked into, but it won’t be a 100 per cent bulletproof solution.

3. Hide ‘last seen’ timestamp
Not sure if you want people to know when you are going on and offline? It may not seem like vital information, but if a scammer already knows some other things about you, adding that last piece of contextual information can prove useful to them, whether you are awake or not; at home or overseas; coming out of the cinema or getting off a flight. Or you just may not want contacts, especially colleagues, or your boss, to know you are checking WhatsApp at your desk. You can disable or restrict who sees your ‘last seen’ time in WhatsApp’s ‘Profile’; ‘Privacy’ menu, in Android, iOS, Windows or BlackBerry. Be aware though, if you turn it off, you won’t be able to see other users’ ‘last seen’ times either.
4. Restrict access to profile picture
Is your profile photo one you have used elsewhere – on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter? Maybe it’s even on your company’s website somewhere. If it is, and your WhatsApp sharing is public, anyone you have ever spoken to — even if you have just replied to an unwanted message — can download your picture from your WhatsApp profile and, using Google Image search, very quickly find out more about you. Set profile picture sharing to “contacts only” in the Privacy menu.

5. Watch out for scams
WhatsApp itself will never contact you through the app. Also, WhatsApp does not send emails about chats, voice messages, payment, changes, photos, or videos, unless you email their help and support to begin with. Anything offering a free subscription, claiming to be from WhatsApp or encouraging you to follow links in order to safeguard your account is definitely a scam and not to be trusted.

6. Deactivate WhatsApp if you lose your phone
WhatsApp offers users simple and effective security tips to keep control of your account if your phone is lost or stolen. As well as locking your SIM card through your network provider, WhatsApp recommends that you immediately activate WhatsApp with the same phone number on a different phone, with a replacement SIM. One number on one device can only use the app at a time, so by doing so, you instantly block it from being used on your old phone. If that is not possible, WhatsApp can deactivate your account.

7. Be careful what you talk about
Last but not the least, use the same common sense you would with any form of digital communication. Don’t send personal information if you can possibly avoid it, such as addresses, phone numbers and email addresses, and never send your bank, social security or credit card details, or your passport or other identification details.
Credits: Punch
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The Fulani Republic of Nigeria (1) - by Femi Fani-Kayode

In this compelling piece, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has traced the history of the Fulanis and their hold to political power.
Former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode
The Sultan of Sokoto is the father of the Fulani people, the foremost traditional ruler in northern Nigeria and the spiritual leader of all northern Muslims.
He is not just a traditional ruler but an all-powerful potentate who represents a strange and mystical power and who heads an ancient and dark empire.
Not only is he reverred by his subjects but he is also regarded and treated by some as something akin to a deity and by others as nothing less than the reincarnation of Sheik Usman Dan Fodio, the Sufi Muslim who founded the Caliphate empire by conquering and utterly crushing the Hausa kingdoms in a brutal and bloody jihad in northern Nigeria in 1804.
Whichever way his subjects choose to view him, whether as a deity or an all-conquering and all powerful jihadi war-lord, to the Muslims of the core north his word is law and absolutely everything revolves around him.
He is the living symbol of Fulani power, strength and glory and the physical manifestation of the quest for Islamist domination.
Yet despite these lofty heights and undoubtedly rich and impressive heritage his people have slaughtered, subjugated and terrorised more Nigerians in the last 212 years since Usman Dan Fodio’s 1804 Jihad than ANY other ethnic group in our nation.
They have butchered more of their fellow Nigerians in that space of time than the white Boer settlers and farmers of apartheid South Africa butchered the black African population in Southern Africa in 363 years of white rule and domination since the time that the Dutch coloniser and admnistrator, Jan Van Riebeek, first put his foot on the South African Cape in 1653.
No African ethnic group has killed as many of their fellow Africans as the Fulani of northern Nigeria. Not even the Hutus of Rwanda, who did a whole lot of killing in the genocide of the early 1990’s, could match them.
From the first Mahdi, Usman Dan Fodio, to the second, Sir Ahmadu Bello and to the third, General Muhammadu Buhari, the trail of blood, carnage, terror and religious compulsion and the inexplicable quest and insatiable desire to dominate, conquer, subjugate and control others trails them.
This is as unacceptable as it is provocative. The truth is that there is no place in any civilised society for any form of compulsion or ethnic and religious domination and bigotry
I say this because I believe that the mark of civilisation is the ability to tolerate dissenting views and to accomodate those that do not share your faith or come from your tribe, ethnic stock or nationality.
If you are incapable of being tolerant of others simply because they are different or they come from a different place and if you cannot indulge in any form of accomodation of those that do not share your views, your faith or your bloodlines then you are nothing more than an uncivilised field hand and an intellectual barbarian.
If you are capable of both tolerance and accomodation of others, no matter how stange or absurd their views, their faith or their circumstances may be, then you are the epitomy of civilisation, decency, good breeding and good old fashioned class.
The morale of the tale is as follows: to be tolerant and kind to ALL those that see things differently from you, to stand up against the intolerant and to resist the ignorant, the bigoted, the racist, the ethnic supremacist and the religious extremist. .
It is in an attempt to keep faith with this sacred resolution and honor this fundamental principle that I wish to bare my mind and share my views about the way forward for the Fulani Republic of Nigeria in this contribution. Those views are as follows.
I am a nationalist. I believe in the rise and power of the nation state. I believe in the sovereignity of the will of the people. I believe in the right of independence and self-determination for all and sundry. This is especially so for the numerous ethnic nationalities that make up the space called Nigeria.
I believe in the right of the Igbo to have Biafra and the right of the Yoruba to have Oduduwa if that is their wish.
I believe that that right ought to be extended to the Ijaws and indeed to every other ethnic nationality in the country if that is what they want.
I believe that to compel a man or a people, by the force of arms and with the raw power of the state, to stay in a house or a space that they do not wish to stay is evil.
Such a state of affairs and situation is an eloquent testimony, graphic example and accurate illustration of subjugation and bondage.
It is a testimony of the most barbaric form of wickedness and a total denial of the most basic civil liberties, fundamental human rights and expression of free will of the victims.
I believe that there are many counries in the belly of Nigeria but sadly they have all been choked, suffocated, swallowed up and killed at birth.
I believe that Chief Obafemo Awolowo was right when he said that Nigeria was “not a nation but a mere geographical expression”.
I believe that Sir Ahmadu Bello was right when he described the amalglamation of the northern and southern protectorates as a “great mistake”.
I believe that he was also right when he told the ever-accomodating and over-compensating Owelle Nnamdi Azikiwe that we needed to “understand our differences” rather than to just “forget them”.
Again I believe that Awolowo was right when he said “there are no ‘Nigerians’ in the sense as there are English, Welsh or French. The word ‘Nigerian’ is merely a distinctive appellation to distinguish those who live within the boundaries of Nigeria and those who do not”.
I believe that Nigeria’s first Prime Minister, Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa accurately reflected the mind of his core northern people when he said,
“the Southern people who are swamping into this region daily in such large numbers are really intruders. We don’t want them and they are not welcome here in the North. Since 1914, the British Government has been trying to make Nigeria into one country but the people are different in every way, including religion, custom, language and aspirations. We in the north take it that Nigeriam unity is only a British intention for the country they created. IT IS NOT FOR US.”
I believe that Lord Fredrrick Lugard, the architect of the 1914 amalglamation, was right when he said “the North and the South are like oil and water. They will never mix”.
Again I believe that Awolowo was right when he said “Nigeria is only a geographical expression to which life was given by the diabolical amalgamation of 1914. That amalgamation will EVER remain the most painful injury a British government inflicted on Southern Nigeria”.
I believe that the hero of Biafra, Colonel Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu (the one and only Eze Igbo Gburugburu), was right when he said “it is better we move slightly apart and survive than move together and perish in our collision”.
I believe that Sir Ahmadu Bello spoke the minds of his northern people when he said,
“the new nation called Nigeria should be an estate from our great grandfather, Othman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of power. We must use the minorities in the North as willing tools and the south as conquered territories and never allow them to have control of their future.”
I believe that General Yakubu Gowon was right when he said,
“suffice it to say that putting all considerations to the test, political, economic as well as social, the basis of unity is not there.”
I believe that Dr. Nnamdi Benjamin Azikiwe was right when he said,
“if this embryo republic of ours must disintegrate, then in the name of God, let the operation be a short and painless one.”
Finally I believe that Colonel Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu was right when he said,
“Nigeria is a stooge of Europe. Her independence was and is a lie. Nigeria committed many crimes against her nationals which in the end made complete nonsense of her claim to unity. Nigeria persecuted and slaughtered her minorities; Nigerian justice was a farce; her elections, her census, her politics – her everything – was corrupt. Qualification, merit and experience were discounted in public service. In one area of Nigeria, for instance, they preferred to turn a nurse who had worked for five years into a doctor rather than employ a qualified doctor from another part of Nigeria; barely literate clerks were made Permanent Secretaries; a university Vice-Chancellor was sacked because he belonged to the wrong tribe.”
These words are as truthful, accurate and appropiate today as they were when Ojukwu spoke them many years ago.
If there is still anyone left that believes that all is well in our forced union I urge them to consider the words of Chief John Nwodo who is a former Minister of Information and the newly-elected President-General of Ohaneze, the leading Igbo political and socio-cultural group which comprises of all the elders and traditional rulers of Ndi Igbo. He said,
“Our young men and women can no longer tolerate a second class status in their own country. They can no longer forgive the President for arguing before he came into office that Niger Delta militants were meekly treated and tolerated by President Yar Adua while Boko Haram was harshly treated by President Jonathan when his law enforcement agents literally opened fire and maimed and killed unarmed MASSOB and IPOB members. They see how returnee Boko Haram members are absolved and rehabilitated while leaders of MASSOB and IPOB are incarcerated or mercilessly murdered. In their rage, they are becoming uncontrollable as they pass a vote of no confidence on us, their parents, describing us as cowards and compromised”.
Could anyone have put it any better than this? Has Nwodo not hit the nail on the head? Has he not spoken the bitter truth? Is this not an aberrant and unacceptable state of affairs?
Has our so-called country not been turned into the theater of the absurd where anything can happen in the last two years? Did some of us not warn that this would happen if a Fulani supremacist and Muslim fundamentalist with delusions of grandeur like Buhari was elected President? Are the Nigerian people not reaping what they sowed in 2015?
Have the southerners and Middle Belters in Nigeria not all been turned into slaves today? Have their leaders and elders not all been turned into quislings and cowards who shiver under their beds at night and who dare not speak truth to power?
Christians are slaughtered, nobody talks. Southern youths are butchered, nobody talks. Shiite Muslims are massacred, nobody talks. Christian refugees are bombed at IDP camps, nobody cares. Fulani militants murder hundreds in cold blood on a weekly basis all over the country and nobody is arrested or apprehended.
Was this not Awolowo and Ojukwu’s greatest fear? Are we not living that nightmare today?
Whether they wish to admit it openly or not EVERY southerner and Middle Belter in this country feels like a second class citizen today. (TO BE CONTINUED).
By Chief Femi Fani-Kayode
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3 Wounded as Hyundai Car Loses Control in Fatal Accident in Ikorodu, Lagos (Photos)

Three commuters have been wounded following a serious road accident in the Ikorodu area of Lagos State.
The disturbing accident scene
Three causalities were recorded after a Hyundai Elantra car lost control and ran off the road at Itokin Ikorodu. The LASEMA Response Unit, as usual, quickly swung into action to rescue the victims and towed the car away.
LASEMA, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency was inaugurated by the Lagos State government to arrest accident cases and other issues surrounding saving of lives and properties.

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Nigerian Prostitute R*ped and Murdered in Scotland, Rapist on Trial (Photos)

The police has commenced the trial of a man who allegedly murdered a Nigerian woman after s*x.
Jessica Nkechi McGraa
A man accused of rape and murder told police he had s*x with a woman he met on the same street where his alleged victim was found, a court has heard.
Bala Chinda, 26, is alleged to have killed 36-year-old Nkechi McGraa - also known as Jessica - at a flat in Union Terrace in February 2016.
It is claimed he spoke to police officers after he was cautioned and told them: "I met a lady at 10am on Union Terrace. We had sex and I left."
He denies all the charges against him.
The High Court in Aberdeen heard Mr Chinda was detained after officers investigating the death of Ms McGraa discovered she had travelled to the block of flats where the Nigerian student lived.
She returned to her apartment on Union Terrace with the man at about 13:02 on 11 February and was never seen alive again. Surveillance cameras recorded the movements of a black man walking down the street where she was staying soon afterwards, heading back to the student accommodation on King Street.
A camouflage print jacket and blue trainers similar to the clothing worn by the man seen on the CCTV footage were later found during a search of Mr Chinda's room.
'Cool, calm and collected'
Defending, Ian Duguid QC, asked Det Con Joe McCrystal if his client had offered the information about having sex with a woman after being asked whether he had been on that street on the day of the murder.
The officer replied: "No."
Mr Duguid asked: "All the time he was with you was he cool, calm and collected?"
The officer replied: "He was very calm."
However, the officer added that Mr Chinda appeared to be shocked when he was informed of the reason that he had been detained.
Mr Duguid asked: "In other words, the revelation that the woman was dead or that he was being alleged to have murdered her was a shock to him?"
DC McCrystal replied: "Well his demeanour had changed."
Mr Chinda is accused of inflicting blunt force trauma to Ms McGraa's head and compressing her neck, forcing her face into a pillow and asphyxiating her.
He is also alleged to have stolen a key and two mobile phones belonging to Ms McGraa and disposed of the phone used by him to contact her.
Mr Chinda is said to have committed this offence to destroy evidence in an attempt to defeat the ends of justice.
The court had earlier heard that Mr Chinda got his hairdresser to give him £500 days after the death. He asked Solomon Omekefe to have the money transferred from his sister's account.
Mr Omekefe told the court how he met Nigerian-born student Mr Chinda while cutting his hair in a King Street salon earlier that year.
The court heard that Mr Chinda later contacted him to ask if his sister could transfer money into the hairdresser's bank account.
Mr Omekefe said: "He said he didn't have any money with him.
"When he came he told me that as a new student they have to open up an account.
"And so he told me that he doesn't have an account."
Church service
The 25-year-old said he could not recall when the two men agreed the £500 money transfer but remembered handing Mr Chinda cash a few days after the alleged murder.
He said he withdrew money on two separate days, with the last withdrawal taken from a Morrrisons supermarket near the church he attends on King Street.
Advocate depute Paul Kearney asked him: "You said to police that you gave him £300 on Saturday the 13th and £200 on Sunday the 14th, were you telling them the truth?"
He replied: "Yes."
Mr Kearney said: "You said on Sunday you went to a church service with him and then you went to Morrisons and took out £200 to give him him the remainder of the money?"
He replied: "Yes."
She was working as a prostitute when she was found dead in a rented flat she planned to sell s*x there for two days according to the UK Sun.
The trial continues.
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Brutal! Angry Woman Stabs 'NEPA' Official to Death for Disconnecting Electricity (Photo)

A woman who was really angry with an official of the Ikeja Electric company in Lagos for disconnecting her, has done something shocking to him.
Ediale Ayodele
A 35-year-old woman identified as Ediale Ayodele has been arrested for allegedly stabbing an official of Ikeja Electric Company in Lagos State.
Daily Post reports that the woman was arrested by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC.
The Commandant, NSCDC, Lagos Command, Tajudeen Balogun, told newsmen, Ediale, who lives at No. 6, Ayodola Close, Akonwonjo, allegedly stabbed the official who was on a routine forecast drive in the area.
It was gathered that the unnamed official had come to the said property to check on a disconnection he carried out some weeks back when the altercation occurred.
The suspect took a knife and stabbed him in the process.
He was rushed to the General Hospital at Alimoso, where he was confirmed dead.
The Commandant noted that more details into the incident would be made public on completion of investigation.
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NYSC member got people talking as she bares cleavage in her uniform (Photo)

A corps member stylishly showed off her cleavage in her uniform and it got people talking.

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Nigeria's Crude Oil Output Increases by 403,900bpd

The production of crude oil which is the mainstay of the Nigerian economy has been boosted amidst the activities of Niger Delta militants.
File Photo
Nigeria’s crude oil output increased by about 403,900 barrels per day (bpd) to 1.940 million bpd in December 2016, above November levels of 1.536 million bpd, according to the current figures released by Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) according to the Guardian.
Compared to third quarter 2016, 1.2 million bpd output, the boost in production is attributed to Federal Government’s overtures to militant groups in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, to pave the way for a comprehensive dialogue with a view to resolving all the issues.
Due to the vandals and militants activities Nigeria’s crude oil output dropped to as low as 900,000 bpd in early 2016, a far cry from the 2.2 million barrels benchmarked in the budget.
Despite the December uplift, the country is having a shortfall of 260,000 barrels daily, which will challenge the full execution of the 2017 National Budget, also pegged at 2.2mbpd.
OPEC said in the report released on Wednesday, that crude oil production in December decreased by 2.21 million bpd from the previous month to average 33.08 mbpd.
According to OPEC, which supplies about 40 percent of the world oil, output increased the most in Iraq, Angola and Libya, while production in Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Venezuela showed the largest decline.
Speaking on efforts the country is making to increase oil output, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, in his 2017 projection for the industry hoped that Nigeria would achieve 2.1 million barrels per this month.
Kachikwu noted that the vandalism of the Forcados export pipeline negatively impacted on the country’s oil output, adding that the issue was currently being addressed.
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