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Roland Ewubare, Chief Operating Officer of Joint Ventures and Business Development at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation has stepped down from the firm.

Ghgossip learnt on Friday that Roland resigned suddenly from the firm on Wednesday morning. He has been with the national oil firm for almost five years.

The ex NNPP COO slammed all allegations that he resigned because of a quarrel with the firm’s management.

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He explained that he resigned due to family reasons and nothing else.

Roland said,

My brother, No feud at all. The GMD (Mele Kyari) is my very close friend and ally. He has been super supportive. I’m leaving to return to my family in the United States.

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I have been in NNPC for five years mostly away from them. With the pandemic, I can’t travel to visit them and they can’t come to visit me. It’s tough. At the core, I’m a family man. Stepping down solely for personal family reasons. That’s the truth.

Source: www.Ghgossip.com

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