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N500m security job suit in Bayelsa: Court fixes May 5 for hearing

A Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, has adjourned till May 5, for hearing in the suit by some Oil Pipeline Protection Contractors from Obama (Okoroma) Community in Bayelsa State against the management of the Nigerian Agip Oil Company, NAOC, over the aborted N500 million security job for the protection of oil pipelines along the creeks within Nembe Local Government Area of the state.

According to the aggrieved oil pipeline security contractors, in the suit, Agip, reneged on a contractual agreement entered into on May 24, 2014 between them and the company for a retainership of surveillance services against oil thieves and pipeline vandals on its pipeline within the Obama (Okoroma) Operational Area in the state.

According to them, the management of Agip involved in the signing of the aborted agreement were Mr. Fontana Salvatore (CVR Manager) and Mr. Giovanni Azzarelli (TP manager).

 

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