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Aiyedatiwa leads other stakeholders, agencies to hearing on crude oil explosion

Aiyedatiwa leads other stakeholders, agencies to hearing on crude oil explosion

Ondo State Deputy Governor, Hon Lucky Aiyedatiwa led other stakeholders and agencies to a public hearing on explosions of Crude oil at the Awoye Estuaries in Ilaje Local Government, Ondo State.

The highly resourceful public hearing was organized by the House of Representatives Committee on Host Communities, Petroleum Resources (Upstream) and (Downstream) held at Conference Room 028, National Assembly Complex, Abuja on Thursday.

Oladipupo Okunniga, Special Assistant to Ondo state Governor on New Media availed our correspondent with the information on Thursday.

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The statement explained that there were fruitful discussions on the best possible ways to put an end to crude oil explosions which has been a plaque on the oil industry and the host communities in Ondo State.

Others in attendance at the well attended hearing are the Chairman, House Committee on Host Communities, Petroleum Resources (Upstream) and (Downstream), Rt Hon Dumnamene Robinson Dekor and other members of the committee.

In the company of the Deputy Governor to the hearing are; Ondo State Commissioner of Energy, Mines and Mineral Resources, Engr Rasaq Obe, Special Adviser on Environment, Hon Biyi Oseni, Special Adviser on Education, Dr (Mrs) Janet Ilawole and DG, Performance and Project Monitoring Implementation Unit (PPIMU), Engr Babajide Akeredolu, representative of host communities and other agencies.

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