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As Petroleum Minister Sylva Withdraws Her Presidential Bid In President Buhari’s Administration

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Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylva, has dropped out of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidacy and returned to work.
Sylva said he withdrew his ambition after considering the enormous work at the ministry, according to a News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondent who followed developments at the ministry in Abuja on Monday.

According to a ministry official who requested anonymity, Sylva withdrew from the race to help President Muhammadu Buhari in his efforts to strengthen Nigeria’s oil sector.

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“On the day he was given the form, he vowed to consult the country’s leader and his political leaders.

“He believes that by focusing on his efforts, the oil and gas sector can attract more investment.”

“He has conferred with others and believes that the challenges facing the ministry and the oil and gas sector are sufficient ones for him to address now rather than pursuing presidential aspirations at the expense of the country.”

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“The oil and gas sector is the economy’s backbone, and it’s not like any other ministry where someone can just walk in and take over.”

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“It takes a certain amount of time for a person to understand what is going on in the system.”

“For the sake of the sector and the country, he has decided to set aside his own ambitions and see what he can do in the remaining months of President Buhari’s term.”

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“The implementation of the Petroleum Industry Act 2021 is critical, and he wants to continue to contribute to the day-to-day running of the country and support Mr. President in chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier chevalier cheval

According to the official.

When contacted, Mr Horatious Egua, the minister’s Senior Special Assistant on Media, verified to NAN that the minister was back to work.

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