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NUPRC elevates 195 staff

written by Kayode Ekundayo November 2, 2021 74 views 5 mins read

NUPRC elevates 195 staff: The Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC), has promoted 195 staff of the Commission under the 2021 promotion exercise.

The Commission Chief Executive, Engr. Gbenga Komolafe, disclosed that the exercise was in recognition of the resilience and hardwork put in by staff to meet the aspirations of government for the upstream sector of the Nigerian oil and gas industry.

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.Gbenga Komolafe, NUPRC MD

He said that the welfare of staff will continue to be the focus of his administration of the Commission.

He enjoined all staff to continue to put in their best in the discharge of their responsibilities stating that motivation of staff will continue to be a priority for him.

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