NNPC redeploys staff, gets new spokesperson


The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC has announced the appointment and redeployment of top management staff across board in a major exercise designed to reflect operational realities and ensure sustained performance and profitability.

In a podcast to members of staff, Group Managing Director of the Corporation, Maikanti Baru, said that the changes were informed by the desire to consolidate on the restructuring exercise through realigning jobs with requisite competences and experiences in line with international best practices while taking deliberate measures to ensure fairness and equity as well as the capacity to deliver.

“As you might have heard, His Excellency Mr. President has approved the High Level Organogram of the Corporation and appointment of staff into various positions. Most importantly, the changes were done in the spirit of entrenching professionalism and accountability which is a cardinal principle of our 12 Business Focus Areas which are hinged on the slogan moving NNPC Forward…Together,” he said.

While calling on staff members to support the ongoing restructuring efforts, the GMD noted that NNPC has made some progress in the implementation of the 12 Business Focus Areas.

“We can now deliver crude to our refineries, we have stabilized fuel supply across the country, Frontier Exploration Services and Integrated Data Services Limited have mobilized to the Benue trough and will soon resume activities in the Chad basin,” he said.

In all, 109 management staff were promoted while 24 were redeployment in the exercise which saw the return of veteran journalist, Ndu Ughamadu, as Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division. He takes over from Garba Deen Muhammad.


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  • Nkem

    Ndu Ughamadu ke! Is that not the same one that worked under Gaius Obaseki as NNPC spokesman? Do they want to die in that place? When the rest of the world is moving forward, we are still looking back 20,years ago?

    • Kickboxer

      Yariba slave…coward….use your slavish moniker