PASSAGER PIGB: VICTOIRE POUR NIGERIENS – ANEEJ

Communiqué de presse 29 Mai 2017. ANEEJ veut que le Sénat considère que l’article 62 du projet de loi sur la gouvernance de l’industrie des achats exempte la Société nationale du pétrole du Nigéria, NNPC, des marchés publics ainsi que la Loi sur la responsabilité fiscale La ville de Bénin … Le Réseau africain pour […]

PIGB PASSAGE: VICTORY FOR NIGERIANS—ANEEJ

26th May, 2017 Press release   Benin City…The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ, has commended the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria for the passage of a segment of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill, PIGB and says that this milestone is a credit to the progressive disposition of the federal government, […]

ANEEJ LAUNCHES FATALITY OF NIGERIAN OIL SUBSIDY POLITICS.

BACKGROUND A book is a work of art requiring a lot of discipline and painstaking dedication and commitment in all the segments associated with the process – writing, post writing, proofing, editing, graphic illustration and the initial dummy. Our book, Fatality of Nigerian Oil Subsidy Politics passed through the blast furnace and came out as a […]

FROM ADDIS TO ABUJA, ANEEJ SEEKS ASSET RECOVERY FRAME WORK.

BACKGROUND: The purpose of the roundtable was to bring stakeholders together to chart a common road map in the asset recovery process. This was against a backdrop of an earlier meeting on asset recovery and management organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC, held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 14-16 February 2017 […]

The EFCC wanted list for oil subsidy ‘thieves’

as tension grips oil industry as Economic and Finacial Crimes Commission (EFCC) places more marketers on its wanted list, chieftains of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) and erring marketers are meeting to avert the ‘dangling axe,’ reports SENIOR CORRESPONDENT, Adeola Yusuf. ( daily Independent ) 23- 10 – 15 Tension at the weekend gripped the […]

Why Nigerian Government Should Stop Oil Swap Contract

By Innocent Edemhanria (also published on http://www.ngrguardiannews.com/2015/05/why-government-should-stop-oil-swap/) Nigeria currently swap a part of her 445,000 barrels of the (daily) domestic crude oil allocation to refineries with some oil companies and in return receive refined products – under one of the most opaque process ever known in commercial and bilateral relations. Oil swap derives from the […]

Oil subsidy corruption: ANEEJ calls for sustained partnership

March 9,2015 BENIN CITY – Fresh, verifiable and applicable facts have emerged from a Case Study carried out by the Africa Network for Environment (ANEEJ) involving Alhaji Aliyu Maula, George Ogbonna, Emmanuel Morah, Downstream Energy Resources and Ltd Rocky Energy ltd which recommends that the Federal government should resolve its dispute with judicial workers, and […]

ANEEJ PRESS STATEMENT ON PROSECUTION OF FUEL SUBSIDY CORRUPTION CASES

Tuesday, 24th February, 2015. For Immediate Release ANEEJ CASE STUDY SEEKS SPEEDY PROSECUTION OF FUEL SUBSIDY CORRUPTION CASES Benin City – A Case Study carried out by the Africa Network for Environment & Economic Justice, ANEEJ, which flagged Walter Wagbatsoma, Adaoha Ogo-Ngadi, Fakuade Babafemi Ebenezer, Ezekiel Olaleye Ejidele and Ontario Oil and Gas Limited, one […]

ANEEJ CASE STUDY ON PROSECUTION OF FUEL SUBSIDY CORRUPTION CASES

CASE STUDY 1 FOR J4A INTRODUCTION The management of Petroleum Support Fund (PSF), also known as fuel subsidy is fraught with monumental corruption and many Nigerians have been fingered in the fraud but none of such persons or companies has been successfully prosecuted or sanctioned, given that most are powerfully connected with political leaders. This […]