Olawore bows out as MOMAN gets new executive secretary
Speaking to newsmen in Lagos recently, the new Executive Secretary of MOMAN, Mr Clement Isong, said that Olawore’s exit would create a serious vacuum for the association.
According to him, Olawore has severally canvassed the need for libralisation of the downstream sector of the Nigerian oil and gas industry to attract more investors.
Isong said that having mounted the saddle as the first executive secretary of MOMAN at a time of great uncertainty, Olawore was able to advance the objectives of the organisation while championing its position at major policy dialogue sessions.
“Olawore oversaw the affairs of MOMAN for 17 years excellently.
“It is on record that Olawore acquitted himself well on the job, liaising with all the major regulatory organizations such as DPR,PPPRA, PEF and others supervising the operations of the downstream sector as well as forging alliances with other industry groups on critical industry positions.
“A firm believer on the need for a deregulated downstream as opposed to operating in a subsidy regime where the government dictates prices.
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