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Nigeria

Rilwanu Lukman

Date of Birth: 26 August 1938
Place of Birth: Zaria, Kaduna State
Died: 21 July 2014


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So, farewell then

Rilwanu Lukman's sudden resignation on 7 October as Special Advisor on Oil to Nigeria's President Olusegun Obasanjo is likely to trigger other high-level departures as the crisis in the oil sector mounts...


Saharan desserts

The reshuffle even surprised the Board Chairperson Rilwanu Lukman the President's special oil advisor...


Atlantic crossing

Obasanjo's Petroleum Affairs Advisor Rilwanu Lukman is tipped as Ambassador to the United States to be replaced by Funsho Kupolokun; the Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Gaius Obaseki is expected go some time in the next year and has finally agreed to back another candidate from Edo State Greg Ero as his replacement...


Oil empires

Meanwhile Obasanjo and his oil advisor veteran former Oil Minister and OPEC ex-Secretary General Rilwanu Lukman remain strong supporters of OPEC...


Fradique's new front

Angola wants to keep its relations with Nigeria sweet; last October Dos Santos talked to Obasanjo's oil advisor Rilwanu Lukman about possible US moves in São Tomé...


King Oil, again

Obasanjo and his oil advisor Rilwanu Lukman are prepared to sell off the refineries and domestic fuel distribution companies as well as ending the subsidy of domestic fuel prices...


Cleaning up oil

Foreign traders and Nigerian middlemen are focusing on his special oil advisor Rilwanu Lukman whom they believe more sympathetic to their complaints about the NNPC reforms...


New team, old players

Rilwanu Lukman a former Oil Minister and currently Secretary General of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries was appointed presidential advisor on petroleum and energy...


As bad as it gets

The military and business glitterati who have plunged into the confusion include the Chief of General Staff Rear Admiral Mike Akhigbe; the head of the Policy Implementation Committee Ibrahim Aliyu and his deputy Brigadier Anthony Ukpo; Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Secretary General Rilwanu Lukman; and Abubakar's son-in-law Abu Bello...


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