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Friday, 1 April 2016

IBE KACHIKWU SHOULD RESIGN NOW AND SAVE HIS DIGNITY.

IBE KACHIKWU SHOULD RESIGN NOW AND SAVE HIS DIGNITY.

By Chima Onyekachi

For Family Writers

I happened to have heard the name and exploits of Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu during my stint in the oil sector years ago. But seeing him for the first time was when he was appointed the Group Managing Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), in August 2015 and I saw a suave-looking and intelligent man who is ready to serve the country. In November 2015, Kachikwu was named the junior minister of Petroleum Resources by President Muhammadu Buhari the African Hitler, who decided to also occupy the position of senior Minister of Petroleum Resources.
Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu

Dr. Kachikwu was born and raised in Onicha Ugbo in Aniocha North local government area of Delta State. He is a First Class Graduate of Law from the University of Nigeria Nsukka and the Nigerian Law School, where he was best graduate and multiple awards winner in both Institutions. He also has a Masters and Doctorate Degree in Law from Harvard Law School USA, with distinctions. A former investment attorney in the United States, the publisher of several magazine titles, has also taught Law at Harvard, Nigerian Law School and several globally acclaimed institutions. He has three published Law books in Investment Law and Contracts and numerous articles in various Journals. In his capacity as the Vice Chairman and General Counsel of ExxonMobil, he oversees the compliance programs of the company and advices on issues related to adherence with compliance regulations and anti-corruption laws in Africa.

Before he joined Mobil, Kachikwu worked as General Counsel of Texaco Upstream and Downstream in Nigeria. Kachikwu Influenced over $10 billion investment from ExxonMobil Group into Nigeria and other African countries. It is on record that he set major policy planks on, government relationship, investment policy and corporate governance for ExxonMobil in Africa and member of many highly influential policy and investment teams for ExxonMobil Corporation. He served as a lead negotiator on diverse issues for ExxonMobil in Africa including conclusion of Lease Renewal Negotiations for Mobil Producing and facilitated solid contacts in Global Energy Sphere with contacts to most Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of multinational petroleum corporations and secretaries of energy for key national country players for more than 25 years.


The National Executive Committee of the ruling political party - All Progressive Congress (APC) met last week behind closed doors but came out without any reasonable explanations on the reasons for the failure of President Muhammadu Buhari the African Hitler, to fulfill the party's numerous campaign promises which included the reduction of petrol price to N40 per liter. The national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Ahmed Tinubu, after the meeting criticised Kachikwu, saying he should apologise to Nigerians for saying he does not have a magic wand to end the ongoing fuel crisis and also demanded the resignation of the junior minister of petroleum. It is also on record that Tinubu's daughter recently decried the marginalization of her family in the current administration. Tinubu has decided to unleash his frustration on the junior minister, but in his senility, forgot Buhari is the senior minister for petroleum and should be held responsible for whatever that goes on in that sector. Senility, Tinubu did not notice the apology of Kachikwu to Nigerians on March 13 at 4:18pm in his official Facebook page.

Senator Jibrin Barau of All Progressive Congress (APC) representing Kano North Constituency, and also the acting chairman of the Downstream Petroleum Committee of the Senate Chamber, has been mandated by his party to invite and interrogate the junior minister in its panel, on the lingering fuel crisis, in order to divert attention from Muhammadu Buhari, the president and senior minister of petroleum of Nigeria.   Ibe Kachikwu has been touring round the country seeking solution to the problems affecting the  petroleum sector while Buhari is gallivanting across the globe with nothing to show for it. I hereby advice Ibe Kachikwu who is losing at least a million dollars every year by virtue of being a minister since he left the private sector to have a rethink.

The problems affecting the British invention called Nigeria is not ordinary and will never be solved if the sovereign state of Biafra is not restored. Those close to Kachikwu, should advice him to resign or he will definitely end up like Ngozi Iweala, Charles Soludo, Barth Nnaji and other Biafrans whose efforts to develop Nigeria was never appreciated. The Education Minister, Adamu Adamu in his overzealousness sacked all the Vice-Chancellors appointed by the last administration of Goodluck Jonathan, which has put the education sector into crisis but he has never been cautioned by party leaders nor invited by the Senate. I assure Ibe Kachikwu that there are highly placed evil cabals who will never allow him succeed but will make him a scapegoat in the government of Muhammadu Buhari the African Hitler.

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