Following the pipeline explosion that claimed lives and destroyed many properties in Lagos, President Muhammadu Buhari, Friday warned Nigerians to stop tempering with sensitive installations across the country, noting that such interference will always put many lives at risk.Read More
The Ijegun-Egba Tankfarm Owners and Operators Association, has dismissed news reports of pipeline explosion in Ijegun, Satellite Town areas.Read More
An explosion from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC pipeline at Ijagemo community, in Ijegun, a Lagos suburb , erupted this morning.
Several cars were burnt.
Ex-agitators, on the platform of Federated Niger Delta Communities of Nigeria, have demanded the review of pipeline surveillance contract in the Excravos-Warri evacuation line to accom-modate ex-agitators to forestall any form of crisis in the region.Read More
The Nigerian Navy on Tuesday said it had arrested Mr Shaibu Ogunmola, an alleged notorious pipeline vandal kingpin under its Operation Awase in Lagos.Read More
WARRI—TENSION has heightened in 111 host communities of OML 30 in Delta State over pipeline security job with ex-militants and other stakeholders calling on the Federal Government and Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC to revisit the award of the contract.Read More
The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Ogun Command, on Sunday said it recovered the body of a 45 year old man, in the middle of NNPC’s Petroleum Motor Spirit (PMS) pipeline at Gbaga Axis, Ogijo, Ogun.Read More
ABA—NO fewer than two persons reportedly died as a car laden with gallons of fuel exploded yesterday, at Umuode community, Osisioma Ngwa Local Government Area, Abia State.Read More
HOODLUMS, suspected to be pipeline vandals, have battered to death, a 54-year old oil-flow line surveillance guard, Mr. Samuel Okporokpo, at the oil rich Olomoro community, Isoko South Local Government Area, Delta State.Read More
UMUAHIA-A survivor of last Friday’s pipeline explosion in Umuimo and Umuaduru communities in Osisioma Ngwa council, near Aba, Abia State, which consumed scores of lives, Mr. Christian Nwanmuo has said that poverty led him to scoop fuel from the leaking pipeline. Nwanmuo, who survived the explosion with severe burns, said he and his friends had succeeded in scooping the first round and were returning for another round when the explosion occurred.Read More