As the refinery in Port Harcourt begins operations, Shehu Sani says that Kaduna should follow suit

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Shehu Sani, a former senator from Kaduna Central, has voiced his desire for the Kaduna refinery to start operating soon.

In response to news that the refinery in Port Harcourt has started operations, Sani made the comment.

He confirmed that the December deadline for the refinery to begin operating was kept by the National Petroleum Corporation Limited (NNPCL).

Sani expressed his admiration for the Port Harcourt Refinery’s start of operations in an X post.

When it said it would make the December deadline, the NNPCL meant it. The GCEO, upper management, and FG deserve praise.

“We are crossing our fingers that the dormant Kaduna refinery, which has lain dormant for more than ten years, will soon be operational again.”

A refinery in Port Harcourt, PHRC, Limited, which has a total capacity of 210,000 barrels per stream day, has started operations, according to the GODZGENERALBLOG

A video that was seen by GODZGENERALBLOG showed that the refinery had started refining oil, as indicated by the flare.

This news follows August’s announcement by Senator Heineken Lokpobiri, Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum (Oil), that the refinery at Port Harcourt will begin operations in December 2023.

The Minister has stated that the goal is to prevent the nation from having to import fuel.

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