Forner NNPC GMD Barkindo emerges new OPEC Secretary-General

A former Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mohammed Barkindo, has emerged the new Secretary-General of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

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He replaces Libya’s Abdalla El-Badri, who had completed full terms.

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OPEC has been looking for a replacement for El-Badri, who was elected as acting Secretary-General in December until the end of July after serving full terms.

Oil ministers from the 13-member group of powerful oil producing countries met in Vienna, Austria on Thursday, July 2.

The consensus of all members, which in the past had sometimes been elusive, is required for the appointment of a new secretary-general.

Barkindo was the NNPC GMD from 2009 to 2010. He has also been an acting Secretary-Genmeral of OPEC in 2006.

The Federal Government nominated Mr Barkindo for the position citing his qualification and experience.

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6 Comments

  1. buhari has cheated yoruba people again…only 5 appointments out 59 so far, upon all the stupidity and cowardice they have been displaying on this forum for the illiterate unrepentant bloodsucking dictator-herdsman called buharee or whateva they call him…oma se ooo

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