Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu, has
vowed to resign if Nigeria continues to import fuel by 2019. He made
this statement on Monday, during an interview on BBC World Service programme, HardTalk, hosted by Stephen Sackur.
Kachikwu promised to see to it that the refineries were completed to
ensure that there is a future for oil in Nigeria.
He also stated during
the interview that the government plans to diversify into agriculture,
tourism, and other sources of revenue to solve the problem of
over-dependence on oil. Mr. Kachikwu declared that…
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