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Condolence Visit: NDCV Commends Tinubu, Urges Pipeline Protection In Ondo

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Praise GOD

By: Fashina Shakiru

The Niger Delta Coastline Vanguard has commended President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on a state-private visit to Owo, Ondo State.

Mr. President visited the families of the late Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, Olowo of Owo Kingdom, Oba Ajibade Ogunoye, and Oba Gbadegesin Ogunoye to commiserate with the Olowo-in-Council.

The leader of the Niger Delta Coastline Vanguard, NDCV, Akogun Omotuwa Job, made commendations on Thursday during the council meeting in Ilaje, Akure.

According to him, “I thank Mr. President for the visit, and I assure him of the cooperation of the Niger Delta Coastline Vanguard, people of Ondo State.”

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The ex-militants of Ilaje in the South West region are ready to work with the security agency to put an end to pipeline vandalism in the region. The NDCV are peace-loving people and want to be in charge of our waterway and oil pipeline line security as the longest coaster line in the whole Niger Delta region, Akogun Omotuwa Job said.

“We urged the federal government to allow indigenous members of the community to guide the pipeline in their region. The llaje should take care of the waterway from Ilaje to Ogun and Lagos State to avoid a crisis.”

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While appealing to Nigeria to be more patient with the Tinubu administration on the economic reform and hardship experienced across the country. Steps are being taken to address the economic hardship in the country.

The President also visited Pa Fasoranti, Leader, Afenifere Group, and had discussion on matters of high importance relating to the growth and development of the country, adding NDCV will partner with the security agency on protection of pipeline surveillance to survive without an increase in production so that our exports will outweigh our imports, Akogun Omotuwa Job noted.