​Pipeline Surveillance: Goodluck, Morzu Hails Captain Hosa, Slams Traducers – The Liberator 

By Binebai Princewill 

Chief Security Officer (CSO) of Yeye Community In Chanomi Creek, Delta State, Mr. Goodluck Joel and Youth President of Yeye Community, Comr. Burutu Morzu  have carpeted groups calling beneficiaries of Ocean Marine Solutions Limited (OMS)  in OML 30 strangers.

Goodluck and Morzu had particularly defended Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Marine Solutions Limited, Captain Hosa Okunbor, stressing that he is very liberal and a man that has done well in his relation with host communities. 

The duo described Hosa as a detribalized and rare human specie in the present society, adding that there are lots of youths from the area that are massively benefiting from OMS operations in OML 30 that caught across parts of  Burutu Local Government Area and Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State. 

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They maintained that job slots were extended to communities that are not host to OML 30, emphasising that the generosity of captain Hosa knows no bounds as he has touched several lives, particularly the youths and others in the area. 

Morzu and Goodluck made this known to newsmen in Warri yesterday, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspaper. 
He said indigenes of the area are benefiting from OMS either as pipeline sub contractors or as employees of OMS. 

Speaking further on the issue, the duo had called on security agencies to take note of groups threatening to cause tension in the area and should be held responsible if their threats comes to pass. 

In their words: “The thing that might likely bring issues if not urgently  address is the issue of Heritage Energy Operational Services Limited terminating the indigenous grass cutting/Local surveillance contractors and workers in Transforcados  pipeline, OML 30 which the leaders of various communities, Delta State Government and Heritage in a joint meeting held at Government House, Asaba on the 18th of may 2020 resosolved that Heritage should with immediate effect reaward such contracts back to its original beneficiaries from the host communities which Heritage has not been able to fulfil.”

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