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Group lauds Agip, urges other oil companies to emulate oil giant


The Niger Delta Indigenous Movement for Radical Change (NDIMRC) has implored oil companies operating in the region to emulate the Nigeria the Agip Oil Company Limited’s (NAOC) development initiatives.

NDIMRC, an oil monitoring group, accused other oil companies operating in the region of playing games with development of the region.

The group, in a press statement signed by its president, Nelly Emma; Secretary, John Sailor; and Public Relations Office (PRO), Stanley Mukoro, commended the Managing Director of NAOC, Mr. Massimo Insulla, for being sensitive to the plight of the people and making the impact of the company felt in its area of operations.

NDIMRC said NAOC has won its way into the hearts of the people of the region, noting that its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) was working wonders in the oil-rich Niger Delta region and has been able to eliminate poverty through its laudable developmental and empowerment programmes.

“Jobs have been created for our army of unemployed youths by the company. We have been watching the activities of the company closely and we are impressed with its managing director for bringing development, employment and empowerment to the Niger Delta region.

“We want other multinational oil companies playing politics with the development and empowerment of our people to emulate the good example of Agip,” the group stressed.

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