Monday , November 21 2022

NNPC ON FIRE AS REPORTS ON HOW THEY TURN WORKERS TO SLAVE HITS PRESIDENCY

…AS ZONAL MANAGER MAKES MOVE TO SACK TEACHERS
Fejiro Oliver

Following the expose made on the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) by us on how they employ contract teachers against the Nigeria and NNPC and loot the money meant for their payment, sources within the Presidency has confirmed to us that the president has gotten wind of the matter and directed the Minister of Petroleum, Mrs. Alison Madueke to act on it.

We gathered that the NNPC Warri Zonal Manager, Bola Olegunleko who is in the middle of the heat was summoned to Abuja to explain the mystery behind such embezzlement. According to reliable sources, Olegunleko was quizzed on the action, which he flatly denied. Information also available to us is that Olegunleko has began move to fire the apartheid slave masters, Lighthouse for having meetings with the teachers and telling them that they were entitled to huge sum of salary and not the N55,000 being currently paid them.
A meeting with the CEO of Lighthouse we were told resulted in an agreement between the Zonal Manager that for them to continue the looting business as usual, Lighthouse has to stop visiting the school, rather the slave teachers will be the one going to Lighthouse for any dealings. Other moves been made by the ZM we also found out is to begin the sack of the teachers without gratuity entitled to them, promising to make life unbearable should the management refused to have them sack.
Olegunleko is billed to retire January 2014 with his loots from the teachers sweat.

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