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Sunny Eromosele

29 Mar 2020
I cannot actually establish what took place. The available information has blamed the incident on bomb explosion, pipe leakage, as well as gas cylinder explosion. Whatever the cause is, the situation is really disturbing and calls for serious investigation because if we had done the needful.....
11 Aug 2019
In a landmark Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Nigerian Airforce and an indigenous oil servicing firm, Mudiame International Limited, the country may soon drastically reduce capital flight used in importing expatriates...
20 Jun 2019
Refineries operated by the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), recorded deficits running into N141billion within 13 months, between...
20 Mar 2019
The Federal Government has been advised to address the environmental degradation of Ogoni land by at least 95 per cent before discussing resumption of exploration activities in the oil-rich community.
6 Feb 2019
Nigeria’s current economic situation and job crisis could worsen if the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Manufacturers Association of Nigeria ....
4 Jan 2019
Chief Executive Officer, Mudiame International Limited and Mudiame Welding Institute Limited, Sunny Eromosele, has said Nigeria’s steel industry is collapsing because there is no in-country capacity. Speaking with The Guardian in an exclusive interview in Abuja, Eromosele said while there is the opportunity to serve as a destination for steel in Africa, urgent efforts must…
19 Dec 2018
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9 Dec 2018
In diverse tones dripping with discontent and disappointment, stakeholders in oil and gas sector have expressed...
11 Jul 2018
A Nigerian firm, International Limited, has said it will expend over N98billion ($273million) on strengthening local content and human capacity development in the country, especially in the oil and gas sector.

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