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Uduimo Justus Itsueli

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Nigerian Agip Oil Company

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Nigerian Agip Oil Company

Nigeria

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Dubri O


Chairman

Cadbury Nigeria Plc


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On the panel were Professor Olawale Ajai, professor of legal, social and political environment of business at LBS; Mr Leo Stan Ekeh, chairman of Zinox Technologies Ltd; Dr Harbhajan Batth, group chief information officer of Chellarams Plc; Dr Uduimo Itsueli, chairman of the Nigerian-Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; and Mr Subhomoy Bhattacharjee, executive editor of Financial Express, India.


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Dr Uduimo Itsueli
Chairman, Nigerian Petroleum Club & Managing Director, Dubri O


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Addressing members at the launch, Chairman of the Petroleum Club, Lagos, Hon. Uduimo Itsueli said: "Today is historic as we are launching the first African petroleum club in Nigeria.
About time too, given our preeminent position as the biggest producer of petroleum on our continent." Continuing he said: " It is my hope that this brain child of a few, will facilitate constructive and productive interactions amongst our seasoned professionals and thus become a driving force to reckon with in the oil and gas industry."


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Chairman of Cadbury Nigeria Plc, Dr. Udoimo Itsueli, yesterday disagreed with Federal Government's claim of success in its reforms programme, saying "poverty in the country is higher now contrary to any claim by the government."Itsueli, a former chairman of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), however, faulted this position, noting that the President might perhaps, have not been fed with the right figures in the right perspective."Undisputedly, poverty in Nigeria is high, very high.I believe that poverty is higher now than at independence and this is despite the many good things of life we see now," he said.Itsueli spoke in Lagos while delivering a special lecture organised by the Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) to mark the 70th Birthday anniversary of Chief Festus Marinho, the pioneer managing director of the NNPC.According to him, there is the tendency for the Federal Government to mistake the emerging trend in which banks are raising capital base to meet the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN's) minimum requirement of N25 billion, a trend, which he said deceptively portrayed that more Nigerians have money.To redress the situation, Itsueli said the country must watch and guard against, among other things, greater personalised leadership, instability in leadership, economic instability, political uncertainty, re-emergence of dictatorship, decline in volume of development assistance, as well as loss of faith in political parties and in democracy.


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