Task Force Moves Against Looting, Vandalism

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Noble Minds Initiative for the Discouragement of Vandalism of Public Equipment, a non-political organisation, has condemned vandalism of government properties in the country.
The organisation stated that efforts should be put in place by individuals, corporate organisations and non-governmental organisations across the country to ensure that the issue of vandalism of public equipment comes to an end.
Chairman of the organisation, Comrade Ikechukwu Chukwu at a press conference in Abuja, said for Nigeria to attain the desired development, vandalism of government properties should stop.
He disclosed that Noble Minds Initiative would be involved in the advocacy of refiners and miners of minerals, oil and gas, which he said, would boost the economy of the country.
Chukwu asserted that the need to eliminate looting and vandalism, bunkering, exploitation, hoarding, dubious middlemen, sharp business practices, artificial scarcity and adulteration of fuel products in the chain of distribution, while offering efficient effective services cannot be overemphasized.



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