BENIN— CHAIRMAN and Executive Director of Edo State Petroleum Monitoring Committee, Mr. Soni Idaghagbon, has called on the management of Benin Depot of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, to take adequate steps to end the scarcity of petroleum products in the state.
Idahagbon, who sued for the co-operation of stakeholders in the petroleum industry, spoke yesterday when he visited the depot.
He addressed the Depot Manager, Engineer Musa and other stakeholders, during the visit.
Idaghagbon said: “I am here with other members of my committee to acquaint ourselves with the operations of the Benin Depot and to forge a synergy of co-operation to ensure that petroleum products are available to Edo State consumers at regulated prices.
“Let me also inform stakeholders in the petroleum distribution industry that there is no controversy about the leadership of the committee in Edo State as I am in charge.”
He commended Governor Adams Oshiomhole for supporting the committee in the supply and monitoring of petroleum products in the state.
Musa, in his response, congratulated Idaghagbon for his appointment and promised on behalf of other members to collaborate with the committee in ensuring harmonious working relationship.