Sudan has dissolved its Petroleum Corporation

No reason has been given for the move
Picture shows damaged facilities of an oil refinery in Sudan’s main petroleum centre of Heglig bordering with South Sudan on April 24, 2012. South Sudan’s leader accused Sudan of declaring war as Khartoum’s warplanes bombed border regions in defiance of international calls for restraint. AFP PHOTO/EBRAHIM HAMID (Photo by EBRAHIM HAMID / AFP)

Sudan’s Prime Minister, Mohamed Tahir Ayala announced the dissolution of state-owned Sudanese Petroleum Corporation and said on Wednesday that its secretary general, Azhari Ibrahim Bassbar’s has been dismissed.

Ayala ordered all the corporation’s assets, documents and employees be transferred to the oil ministry, without a reason for the move.

The Sudanese Petroleum Corporation was responsible for importing petroleum to Sudan and distributing it domestically.


All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from News Central TV.
Your Friends Also Read:  E.U Launches $1.35 Billion Nigerian Green Energy Project For Sustainable Agriculture

Contact: digital@newscentral.ng

Total
0
Shares

Leave a Reply

Previous Article

Zambia bans adulterated male sex enhancer

Next Article
ghana debt

Ghana receives $185 million IMF Fund following ECF review

Related Posts
Powered by Live Score & Live Score App