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Governor Obiano is on the EFCC’s watch list.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has placed Willie Obiano, the incumbent Governor of Anambra State, on a watchlist ahead of the state’s power transition.

Governor Obiano is on the EFCC's watch list.

This was revealed in a November 15, 2021 letter to the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Comptroller General.

Governor Obiano has been placed on a watchlist by the EFCC, which will be notified if he travels out of the country through any of the country’s international airports or other points of entry and exit.

The reason for the governor’s placement on the watchlist remains a mystery.

The directive indicates, according to Channels Television, that the agency has been quietly examining the governor and may have information that he wants to depart after handing over power to his successor, Professor Charles Soludo, on March 16, 2022.

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Nigerian governors are protected from criminal prosecution while in office.

In other news, the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited has warned that when the subsidy scheme for petroleum products expires in February 2022, fuel might cost N340 per liter.

The NNPC chairman addressed this during the World Bank’s Nigeria Development Update, November 2021 edition, titled “Time for Business Unusual,” on Tuesday, November 23.

“There will be no legal provision for it in our system,” he said. “However, I am confident you will recognize that government has a greater social responsibility to cater to the ordinary and thus engage in a process that will ensure that we exit in the most subtle and easy manner.”

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According to Kyari, fuel subsidy elimination would take place in 2022 because it was now solidly guaranteed by legislation, and the price of the commodity may range between N320 and N340 per litre.

He explained that the rise in cooking gas prices was due to a demand and supply issue, as there was a global gas supply bottleneck in December, and several countries were running out of supplies.

However, he did remark that the company was striving to enhance local production to meet demand.

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