Oil theft: Army seeks PAP’s intervention to end bunkering 

From Tony John, Port Harcourt

Nigerian Army has called for intervention of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) to end bunkering in the Niger Delta region. 

General Officer Commanding (GOC), 6 Division, O. O. Oluyede, made the request, yesterday, when he received PAP’s Interim Administrator, Milland Dikio, in his office in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.  

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He identified some of the perpetrators as former agitators that were ignorant of the harm they were doing to the region’s environment.  

Oluyede said the army was ready to partner PAP and other relevant institutions and agencies of government to end the environmental menace. 

The GOC, 6 Division, Port Harcourt, also commended Dikio for making PAP a successful platform to sustain the peace in the region. 

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He said: “We commend you on the remarkable success you have recorded since your appointment and urge you to continue. We also want you to intervene in the issue of illegal oil bunkering.”

Dikio promised to intensify awareness on bunkering, describing it as a detrimental contributor to the health of the people. 

He asked persons involved in bunkering to redirect their energy into palm oil business.  

He said: “Rather than engage in kpofire business which endangers the health of the people in the region and in addition destroy our environment and ecosystem, it is better to go into palm oil production. 

“That is a very lucrative business. A ton of palm oil currently above $5,000 which is a lot more than a ton of crude oil can fetch.”