Warri — CHEVRON Nigeria Limited, CNL, has been told not to panic over the safety of its Abiteye Flowstation in Warri South-West Local Government Area of Delta State, saying there was no plan to attack it.
Speaking to Vanguard weekend, the Amadiwei/Chairman of Benikrukru Community, Chief Jeffrey Ojogun said Chevron needed not worry over the Abiteye Flowstation, pointing out that whatever that was happening in the community was internal and had nothing to do with Chevron.
The Abiteye Flowstation is the Swamp Headquarters of Chevron and produces about 250 barrels of oil per day and Chief Ojogun made it clear that there was no plan to attack it.
He said: "There is no plan whatsoever to attack Chevron or its operations at the famous Abiteye Flowstation. We are law abiding citizens and we will remain so.
"It is true that there are some issues in our community begging for urgent resolution, but we want Chevron to know that they are internal issues and all peace loving people of Benikrukru are working hard to resolve them.
"What are on ground have nothing to do with Chevron and I want to reassure the company again that there is no plan to disrupt its operations in the community."
Chief Ojogun who said that his tenure will run its full circle October this year further said: "Those who do not want peace and development of Benikrukru are those spreading dangerous rumours of plot to disrupt Chevron operations."