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The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has disclosed that the four major investments it recently embarked upon with key upstream joint venture partners are capable of providing incremental revenue to the national treasury by over $30 billion within the next 10 years.

Speaking at the inauguration of the reconstituted NNPC Anti-Corruption Committee in Abuja on Monday, Group Managing Director of the Corporation, Maikanti Baru, said the investments which attracted a haul of close to $3.8 billion in foreign direct investments would serve as vehicle to fast-track the prevailing post Cash-Call exit era.

Baru commended the NNPC finance and technical teams for being able to attract the much needed foreign investment at a period when it has become increasingly difficult to attract foreign credit facilities.

He noted that since then, the NNPC Anti-Corruption Committee had consistently carried out its mission of eradicating corruption in NNPC through organizing sensitization campaigns, workshops, seminars and Federal Government publications on issues concerning corruption and economic crimes.

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