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    Senator Deno has vowed to mobilize Nigerians to protest over the increase in fuel price if after seven days and it has not been reversed. The senator is talk-na-do and we hail him. Nigerian has been pushed to the wall and we should take our destiny in our hand. See how few cabals own our oil blocks. The oil blocs listed in the
    statement are “Apo Well
    awarded to Sapetro Oil owned
    by Gen Theophilus Danjuma.
    Apo field is capable of
    producing 300,000 barrels per
    day and crude reserve of 500
    million barrels; OML 110 Obe
    oil field owed by Alhaji Mai
    Daribe; Cavendish Petroleum
    with an estimated 500 million
    barrel of crude oil; Akpo
    condensate field awarded to
    Sapetro Oil owned by Gen.
    Theophilus Damjuma; OML
    112 and OML 117 awarded to
    AMNI International Petroleum
    Development Company
    owned by Colonel Sanni Bello,
    son-in-law to former head
    of state, Gen. Abdulsalami
    Abubakar; OML 115 also
    known as Oldwok field and
    Ebok field awarded to Alhaji
    Mohammed Indimi, in-law
    to former head of state, Gen.
    Ibrahim Babangida; OML 215
    awarded to and operated by
    Nor East Petroleum Limited
    owned by one Alhali Saleh
    Mohammed Gambo. The field
    is worth $100 billion after tax.”
    Others listed are “OML
    108 awarded to Express
    Petroleum Company owned
    by Alhaji Aminu Dantata.
    This field is worth $128 billion
    dollars; OML 113 allocated
    to Yinka Folawiyo Petroleum
    Limited owned by Alhaji
    W. I. Folawiyo. Net worth is
    $150 billion; Prince Nasiru
    Ado Bayero, cousin to the
    Emir of Kano, Lamido Sanisu,
    owns ASUOKPU/UMUTU
    marginal oil fields. It is worth
    $110 billion; Inter owned by
    Atiku Abubakar, Yara dua and
    Ado Bayero has a substantial
    stakes in the oil and gas
    exploration in the Niger Delta
    of Nigeria. AMNI International
    Petroleum Company owns
    OML 112 and OML 117.
    Former Minister of Petroleum
    and OPEC chairman, Rilwanu
    Lukman has major stakes in
    AMNI International Petroleum
    Company. OML 67 is operated
    by Afren Plc. Rilwanu lukman
    also has a major stakes and the
    field worth $180 billion.”
    It also listed OPL 245
    which it said was awarded to
    Malabu Oil and Gas owned
    by Dan Etete. “It is worth $50
    billion. OPL 289 and OPL 233
    were awarded to Cleanwater
    Consortium; the two fields
    are worth $200 billion. Former
    Governor Peter Odili of Rivers
    State, Obasanjo and Sultan
    of Sokoto have major Stakes.
    OPL 288 was awarded to
    Focus Energy; Senator Andy
    Uba, Obasanjo and Gen
    Theophilus Danjuma are the
    major stakeholders. The field
    is worth $70 billion. OPL 291
    awarded to Starcrest Energy
    Nigeria Limited (and) owned
    by Emeka Offor. The field
    is worth $100 billion. Mike
    Adenuga’s Conoil controls and
    operates six (6) oil blocs and
    exports about 500,000 barrels
    of crude oil daily. These six oil
    blocs are worth $500 billion.”
    The group said: “From our
    analysis above, 90 percent
    of oil blocs are allocated to
    individuals from northern
    Nigeria.

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