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Ijaw Youth Network Champions Tantita’s Anti-Oil Theft Initiative

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In a decisive move against crude oil theft, the Ijaw Youths Network (IYN) is rallying stakeholders in the Niger Delta to back Tantita Security Services’ pivotal role in safeguarding Nigeria’s oil resources.

IYN leaders, Frank Ebikabo and Federal Ebiaridor, asserted the necessity for unity among Niger Delta communities, stressing that support for Tantita transcends personal interests. They recognized the security firm’s accomplishments in engaging 17,500 local youths during its initial contract, effectively curtailing oil theft.

The renewal of Tantita’s contract, they confirm, followed a rigorous, lawful bidding process. The duo repudiated any sentimental objections, citing the contract’s economic significance. They urged Tantita to uphold its commitment to youth engagement and collaboration with all stakeholders, emphasizing the gravity of the trust placed in it by federal authorities and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.

The statement elucidated Tantita’s mandate to bolster crude oil output, underscoring the national imperative to eradicate oil theft. The IYN’s confidence in Tantita hinges on the firm’s proven track record and strategic community involvement in the Niger Delta.

In conclusion, the IYN appealed to Tantita to grasp the profound responsibility entrusted to them, reaffirming the collective goal to purge Nigeria of oil pilferage that undermines economic stability.

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