The President of Masters Energy Group, Dr. Uche Ogah has refuted the allegation being peddled around against him as one of the people behind Nigeria’s economic woes. The oil magnate and stalwart politician had been alleged to be involved in oil bunkering, an allegation he asserted as being concocted not just by his detractors but that the tissue of lies are subject of the writers’ imagination.
According to a statement released by his media aide, Emma Iheanacho, Dr. Ogah had boasted that, he has the biggest Oil Storage Facility in Nigeria, how can someone of my status being seeing as economic saboteur when I own one of Nigeria’s biggest oil storage, he said.
the politician explained that he has the biggest Oil storage facilities in Nigeria. He made this known through the Head of Communication, Emma Iheanacho while reacting to the allegation raised by a non-governmental organisation known as Global Anti-Corruption Initiative which had been instrumental to the rumour spreading on most social media platforms. Iheanacho added that there is no iota of truth in the allegation raised by the NGO. He further stated that, his boss, DR. Ogah is a dynamic man of great repute, well known for his sterling quality with undying passion for humanity, this man has empowered many Nigerians and has provided employment to thousands of Nigerians.
He however said that his contributions to Nigerian economy are immense and widely acknowledged.
"How can someone who has invested so much and have total believe in the economy of this great nation be involved in economic sabotage. Dr. Ogah has absolute confidence in Nigeria and he’s always preoccupied with thoughts on how to make this country greater. This is evident by the fact that, he does not have any investment outside Nigeria. He does not see any reason why rich Nigerian businessmen should take their wealth outside Nigeria, instead of investing to empower your citizens and stimulating economic growth of the country." He concluded on a final note.