Salif Atojoko, deputy general editor, business and special project was in the middle of an investigation for a major story, the development of which he reported to the editorial board. “Great efforts, encouraging leads,” so said the editors. But the board decided that while that investigation was going on, we should do another story, one that borders on doing the right thing to arrest the rot in the oil and gas industry. Atojoko, again, was considered the best person to take it up, principally because that is his turf.
What he found out include the fact that while people endorse the on-going surgical operation in the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, they believe that a better approach will be for President Muhammadu Buhari to build an enduring system. How? Read Atojoko’s story, Curing Nigeria’s Oil Curse.
The story is complimented by the current struggle for supremacy among manufacturers of bitters. The story, War Of The Bitters is written by Abiola Odutola, senior writer.
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