Dickson urges Buhari to implement $22bn Brass LNG, refinery projects

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Governor of Bayelsa State, Mr. Seriake Dickson, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to fast-track the implementation of the Brass Liquefied Natural Gas and refinery projects.

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The governor also called on the president to urgently address all bottlenecks militating against the commencement of work on the Brass LNG and the refinery projects.

The governor who spoke during a stakeholders’ meeting of the Peoples Democratic Party in Yenagoa, said the call has become imperative in view of what he described as unacceptable lack of federal projects in the state.

According to him, his administration has been working so hard with lean resources to single-handedly fund development projects such as construction of major roads and bridges, schools and health institutions.

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Recall that the House of Representatives, had two weeks ago, resolved to set up an ad-hoc committee to probe the implementation of the $22 billion Brass LNG project alleged to have been poorly managed.

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