By Edith Ike-Eboh
The Ministry of petroleum Resources says that message making the rounds on social media of a purported memo by the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu to the President on the gasoline crises was false.
The Ministry disclosed this in assertion signed by it Director of press Mr Idang Alibi, on Thursday in Abuja.
“Our consideration has been drawn to a message making the rounds on social media of a purported memo by the Honorable Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu to the President on the gasoline crises.
“The message and it’s content material is fake.
“This is just not a time for diversionary points because the Petroleum Sector is coping with a severe National concern. We are centered on collaboratively discovering an pressing answer to this crises.
It famous that the Minister would proceed to watch the present gasoline state of affairs and to work with NNPC and DPR to proceed to execute already communicated ministerial directives to maximally flood the market with merchandise.
It added it might proceed to work to stop any act of sabotage and would penalise any perpetrator who makes an attempt to divert petroleum product.
“The Minister of State appreciates the ache Nigerians are going by however urges calm and understanding as NNPC is doing every little thing doable to right away finish this gasoline crises state of affairs. (NAN)