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$1bn Gas Probe: Senator Gemade accuses Nigerian elites colluding with corrupt gas companies

The Senate Committee on Gas today, Thursday, 19th July, 2018 issued a five day ultimatum to the Nigeria National Petroleum Company (NNPC) as well as oil and gas companies involved in the execution of the Obite-Ubeta-Rumuji (OUR) and North Option Pipeline (NOPL) Gas Pipelines Projects to appear before the committee or risked a warrant of arrest.

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