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Nigeria: President Buhari And King Muhammad VI Signs Agreements On A Gas Pipeline


President Muhammadu Buhari and the King of Morocco, His Majesty Mohammed VI, held a Bilateral Meeting upon Pres Buhari’s entry in Rabat on a 2-day Official Visit.

The 2 nations consented to Arrangements on a Gas Pipeline, a Basic Chemicals Platform, and Agriculture Cooperation

The Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Kingdom of Morocco on Monday in Rabat, Morocco, consented to 3 arrangements, which incorporate a local gas pipeline that will see Nigeria giving gas to nations in West Africa sub-district that stretch out to Morocco and Europe.

The signing of the agreements, witnessed by Pres Buhari and King of Morocco, HM King Mohammed VI, followed a meeting between the 2 leaders that focused on strengthening economic relations in gas resource devpt, global investments & agricultural training & management.

The feasibility study of the agreement on the pipeline, which was signed by the Group General Manager NNPC Mr Farouq Said Garba, and Mrs Amina Benkhadra, Director General of the National Office of Hydrocarbon and Mines, will be concluded by July 2018.

The construction of the pipeline will be phased and based on increasing needs of the countries crossed, and Europe, for the period of 25 years.

The Nigeria Morocco Gas Pipeline (NMGP), designed to be 5,660km long, will reduce gas flaring in Nigeria and encourage diversification of energy resources in the country, while cutting down poverty through the creation of more job opportunities.

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The Nigeria Morocco Gas Pipeline (NMGP), designed to be 5,660km long, will reduce gas flaring in Nigeria and encourage diversification of energy resources in the country, while cutting down poverty through the creation of more job opportunities.

The Nigeria Morocco Gas Pipeline (NMGP) will further encourage utilisation of gas in the sub-region for domestic needs (cooking, etc) and discourage desertification.

The MD/CEO @nsia_nigeria, Mr Uche Orji and the CEO of the Office of the Management of Phosphate in Morocco, Mr Mostafa Terrab signed a Memorandom of Understanding (MOU) for the development of a chemical plant in Nigeria for producing ammonia and its derivatives.

The Minister of Agriculture, Chief Audu Ogbeh and his Moroccan counterpart, Mr Aziz Akhannouch, signed a cooperation agreement on vocational training & technical supervision, which will enhance skills on better management of agricultural outfits in Nigeria.

President Buhari, who was received by a large crowd from the airport to the Rabat Royal Palace, assured King Mohammed VI of Nigeria’s full commitment to the actualisation of all the agreements signed.

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