Jenna Jameson just shared the keto menu that helped her lose 80 pounds

Jenna Jameson-who lost 80 pounds on the diet after starting it in April-literally outlined her whole day, which includes an 8 a.m. wakeup call with a cup of regular coffee stirred with stevia and a sugar-free creamer.

The keto queen strikes again-this time she's divulging her entire keto daily menu. (Praise be.)

Jenna Jameson-who lost 80 pounds on the diet after starting it in April-literally outlined her whole day, which includes an 8 a.m. wakeup call with a cup of regular coffee stirred with stevia and a sugar-free creamer.

 

The 44-year-old pairs intermittent fasting with her keto lifestyle, which means after her coffee, she waits until 11 a.m. to eat her breakfast (FYI: Jenna typically fasts from 6 p.m. to 11 a.m.).

When Jenna finally breaks her fast, she goes for three already-prepared hardboiled eggs and a full avocado, cut up together and sprinkled with Trader Joe's Everything But The Bagel seasoning.

That typically holds her over until lunch time. "At around 2 p.m. I start to feel hungry again so I cook a steak in a pan with avocado oil, serve it over arugula," she wrote. "Also remember, I eat kosher so I don't eat dairy and meat together, but you should feel welcome to!" So yeah, to reiterate: Jenna Jameson literally eats steak for lunch.

Jenna said she snacks on cottage cheese around 4 p.m., then begins dinner prep around 5 p.m.-usually salmon with lemon butter and dill. She pairs that with asparagus or broccoli, then starts her fast.

 

Honestly, Jenna's diet sounds damn decadent-and she agrees."I feel satisfied and full, with no need for snacks or candy," she said, adding that she definitely doesn't deprive herself because she's still nursing her daughter, Batelli. Basically, "If I feel hungry, I EAT!!!!" she wrote. (Jenna also still takes a prenatal vitamin, btw-again, because she's still breastfeeding.)

As far as keto shortcuts, Jenna's not necessarily about that life: "I find that staying away from keto breads and snacks helps me lose weight," she wrote, adding that she feels sticking to whole, organic foods is the way to go for the best weight-loss results.

But, while Jenna definitely does make weight loss seem simple, she made sure to remind her fans that it's anything but. "Remember my friend, losing weight isn't easy, it's a challenge," she wrote. "Push past your fear of failing and make the change!"

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Sherri Shepherd says she’s now lost 30 pounds on her no-sugar keto diet

Sherri, 51, posted a photo on Instagram Thursday with her son Jeffrey, crediting him with being the reason for her transformation.

Sherri Shepherd just shared more details about why she decided to start living the keto (and sugar-free) lifestyle-and exactly how it's helped her weight-loss goals and overall health.

Sherri, 51, posted a photo on Instagram Thursday with her son Jeffrey, crediting him with being the reason for her transformation. "Jeffrey is my world and the reason I am close to 300 days of #sugarfree living," she wrote.

 

Her turning point came when Jeffrey saw Sherri eating a candy bar and asked, "Mommy if you die who's going to be my bodyguard?"According to Sherri, that was the push she needed to "commit to [her] health and to not [live] in a fog."

As of right now, Sherri's closing in on 300 days of living sugar-free-and while she's dropped 30 pounds on the diet (down from 189 pounds to 159 pounds), she's also raving about the other health benefits she's seen-and they're pretty damn big.

Sherri was actually diagnosed in 2007 with type 2 diabetes, according to U.S. News and World Report-the chronic condition that affects the way the body processes blood sugar, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now, however, Sherri says her A1c numbers-a test that measures your blood sugar levels-are "down to a pre-diabetic state."

Sherri also credits her sugar-free lifestyle with giving her more energy, as well as reducing her headaches, eczema, and dark under-eye circles. She's noticed she has more patience with her son, too: "I can laugh and not be irritated at Jeffrey's silliness," she wrote.

In another Instagram post, Sherri shared more about her keto diet journey, too, thanking two of her keto mentors. "Two women who helped me do #ketogenic the safe & healthy way [are] @keto365transformation & @blackketogirl."

 

Still, despite Sherri's success, her sugar-free journey has definitely not been easy. "Every day I think about sugar," she wrote. "But I really want my life. I want to see my son graduate…I want to see him walk down the aisle…I want to see my grandkids…I want to live!"

Clearly, Sherri's on the sugar-free keto journey for good reasons-and it's definitely showing.

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APC inaugurates independent street coordinators for Sanwo-Olu in Yaba LCDA

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the event witnessed inauguration of ward and polling units coordinators of the group in Yaba Local Council Development Area (LCDA).

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State, on Sunday inaugurated the Independent Campaign Group for Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the party’s governorship candidate in 2019 elections in Yaba.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the event witnessed inauguration of ward and polling units coordinators of the group in Yaba Local Council Development Area (LCDA).

The coordinators took Oath of Allegiance administered on them by Mr Yemi Ajala, a legal practitioner.

Speaking during the event, Mr Adetayo Oyemade, the party leader for Lagos Mainland Local Government Area, and the LCDA, said that the group would embark on house-to-house campaign to sell the APC candidate to all residents.

According to him, no stone will be left unturned in mobilising voters for Sanwo-olu’s victory at the March 2, 2019 governorship election.

“We should all unite ourselves to ensure victory. We are working for the governor, if we fail to ensure his victory, we won’t get any dividends of democracy no matter how little.

“We must deliver a higher number of votes for APC candidates than we did in 2015.

“We must do more and we are going to engage more street mobilisers to double our votes,” Oyemade said.

He commended the women for trooping out in large numbers for the support of Sanwo-Olu as the next governor of the state.

The Chairman of the occasion, Chief Babatunde William, urged the people to canvass for more votes for the APC candidates in all elections, saying only APC could guarantee dividends of democracy.

William, a Special Adviser to Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode on Labour, said that if Sanwo-Olu emerged winner at the poll, the state would move to the next level of prosperity and development.

“My message to all is that we should all work together and mobilise massively for Sanwo-Olu in Yaba LCDA,” he said.

In his remarks, Mr Tayo Oyemade (Jnr), the Coordinator, Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu Campaign Organisation (BOSCO), urged the party members to stop thinking that PDP is dead in the council.

Oyemade called on the party faithful to rather work harder to diminish the impact of PDP in the forthcoming elections, saying that this is what  informed the inauguration of the new mobilisers.

“We are working on different strategies to deliver a landslide victory for Babajide Sanwo-olu. We are going to win these elections. This event is to get Sanwo-Olu elected,” he said.

According to him, the group has concluded plans to mobilise all its foot soldiers across wards and polling units with all they need to succeed in their mandates.

Mr Dayo Israel, the Deputy Coordinator, Youths and Students Mobilisation, BOSCO, said that the youths would mobilise support for Sanwo-olu to ensure that APC’s winning margin soared to over 1 million votes.

Israel said that Sanwo-Olu had robust programmes for development projects, security, economy, healthcare and youth development, among others, which would implement, if elected.

According to him, the APC gubernatorial candidate has promised 15 per cent youth affirmative actions in his cabinet formation, urging the youths to support him.

Mr Adebayo Adesiyan, Chairman, Lagos Mainland Disable Persons Association, said that physically challenged people would mobilise themselves to ensure Sanwo-olu’s victory at the poll.

At the events were various markets and artisans’ associations, religious leaders, traditional leaders, Community Development Committees (CDCs) and scores of other APC members.

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2019: Obasanjo says he is not neutral

2019: Obasanjo says he is not neutral

In October 2018, Obasanjo endorsed PDP's presidential candidate,  Atiku Abubakar and reportedly promised to help him defeat Buhari.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has faulted reports in the media saying that he does not have a preferred candidate.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the former President, at the 27th annual Owu National Convention which held in Iwo, Osun state on Saturday, December 8, 2018, urged Nigerians to vote wisely, adding that he will not campaign for any particular candidate.

Speaking on the report, OBJ’s spokesman, Kehinde Akinyemi said “It is disingenuous, if not malicious, for anyone to suggest that Chief Obasanjo was being neutral when he chose not to use the Owu Convention as a platform for political campaign but instead adopt a communal and familial approach in talking to members of his Owu family.

“For the records, and as accurately reported by some media organisations, what the former president said at the convention in Iwo was that while he would not impose any candidates on them, Nigerians should vote for credible candidates who will drive growth and development and make their lives better than it is now.

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“Only a fool will sit on the fence or be neutral when his or her country is being destroyed with incompetence, corruption, lack of focus, insecurity, nepotism, brazen impunity and denial of the obvious.

 “Chief Obasanjo is no such fool nor is he so unwise,” according to Premium Times.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, who has constantly criticised President Buhari over his handling of the  country’s economy and the herdsmen issue, recently endorsed the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate,  Atiku Abubakar.

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Sanwo-Olu promises to be a listening governor if elected

Sanwo-Olu Free Wi-Fi launches in Surulere

Sanwo-Olu made the promise on Sunday at a special prayer session organised by the Nasrul-Lahil-il-Fath Society (NASFAT) at its headquarters in Alausa, Ikeja.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) Governorship Candidate, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has promised to run an all-inclusive government if elected, by carrying everyone along.

Sanwo-Olu made the promise on Sunday at a special prayer session organised by the Nasrul-Lahil-il-Fath Society (NASFAT) at its headquarters in Alausa, Ikeja.

He said that his priority would be infrastructure development.

“I will carry everyone along as a governor. In the NASFAT’s prayer for me, they advised me to choose good adviser and be a listening governor.

“Four years ago, my deputy wanted to be the governor and I was aspiring to be the chief of staff but now God has turned the table around.

“I will concentrate more, if elected the governor, on expansion of roads, building bridges and traffic control,’’ he said.

Sanwo-Olu also said that he would give education the desired attention if elected.

“We will also be looking at the area of empowering the youth. The private sector is the engine of growth and development; so opportunities will be given to private sector by ensuring easy way of doing businesses in Lagos,’’ he said.

The Deputy Governorship Candidate, Mr Obafemi Hamzat, urged religious leaders to place premium on the well-being of every Nigerian citizens, saying that government alone could not do it.

“We have more religious houses in Lagos State than schools. Why are the religious organisations not making an impact?

“Religious houses have a duty to make life more meaningful and abundant to the citizens,’’ he said.

Sanwo-Olu said that it was sad that the country’s youths were seeking greener pastures outside the country due to bad leadership.

“Is a shame our youths are seeking greener pastures outside the country. In spite of our human and natural resources we are still poor due to bad leadership,’’ he said.

The governorship candidate urged Muslim Ummah to hold their leaders accountable by participating actively in politics.

Muslims should be active in politics by holding their leaders accountable by teaching politicians the truth and by offering themselves for political positions,’’ he said.

Earlier, the Chief Missioner, Imam Onike Abdul-Azeez, urged the APC governorship candidate to listen to citizens if elected into office.

“We are not campaigning for anyone. We are religious leaders and our job is to always advise and pray for politicians, because if they succeed, everyone will reap from it,’’ he said. 

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APC, PDP Senators at war over plan to override Buhari’s refusal to sign Electoral bill

APC, PDP Senators at war over plan to override Buhari’s refusal to sign Electoral bill

Buhari, in a letter to the National Assembly on Thursday, December 6, 2018, declined assent to the bill.

Senators in the All Progressives Congress (APC) have dismissed the report of a plan by the Senate to override President Buhari’s refusal to sign the Electoral bill into law.

Buhari, in a letter to the National Assembly on Thursday, December 6, 2018, declined assent to the bill while stating several reasons.

According to The Cable, the President said "I am declining assent to the Bill principally because I am concerned that passing a new electoral bill this far into the electoral process for the 2019 general election which commenced under the 2015 Electoral Act, could create some uncertainty about the applicable legislation to govern the process.

"It is also important for the following drafting amendments to be made to the Bill: section 5 of the Bill, amending section 18 of the Principal Act should indicate the subsection to which the substitution of the figure '30' for the figure “60” is to be affected.

"Section 11 of the Bill, amending Section 36 should indicate the subsection in which the proviso is to be introduced.

"Section 24 of the Bill which amends Section 85 (1) should be redrafted in full as the introduction of the 'electing' to the sentence may be interpreted to mean that political parties may give 21 days notice of the intention to merge, as opposed to the 90 days provided in Section 84 (2) of the Electoral Act which provides the provision for merge of political parties.

"The definition of the term 'Ward Collection officer' should be revised to reflect a more descriptive definition than the capitalized and undefined term “Registration Area Collation Officer.”

Ben Bruce speaks on Senate’s next move

Speaking to Punch on the matter, the Senate’s spokesman, Ben Murray-Bruce said that the upper chamber will do all in its power to override the President’s action.

He also said that the Senate rejects the various reasons given by Buhari for declining his assent.

He said “First of all, we think it is a mistake not to sign the bill. We think Buhari should have signed it. We want the APC senators and all Nigerians to understand that that bill is the right thing to do at this period of our national life.

“We will do everything possible to work with progressive APC senators to get the right number of votes to override it. We will override it.”

Ali Ndume counters Ben Bruce

Reacting to Ben Bruce’s comment, a die-hard supporter of the President, Senator Ali Ndume said his colleague does not have the right to speak for the Senate on the issue.

Ndume said “You quoted Ben Murray-Bruce as saying that the Senate was going to veto. Who gave him the right to speak on behalf of the Senate? Even if you are the Vice-Chairman of the Media and Public Affairs Committee, you don’t just go and talk on behalf of the Senate.

“Let it be on record that he did not speak on my behalf. The letter from Mr President has not even been read and it has not been deliberated upon. His responsibility is to speak on behalf of the Senate, but if he is speaking for himself, that is a different thing.

“He went on to say that they are going to veto it. Where are they going to get the numbers (two-thirds) to veto it?”

PDP Senator condemns Buhari’s action

Speaking on the plans to override Buhari’s decision, the Senate minority leader, Senator Biodun Olujimi said that PDP members will work with disgruntled APC Senators to make the plan a success.

Olujimi said “This is because 70 per cent of the INEC budget has to do with the funding of card readers and other equipment needed for the election.

“We are going back to the chamber on Tuesday to look at the reasons for the President’s rejection and we will do our best to override his assent because the Electoral Act (amendments) bill is the best thing that can happen to our election in Nigeria.

“It is not only the opposition senators who would override the President. We would work on our colleagues in the ruling APC, most of whom are disgruntled that their party denied them tickets to return to the Senate.”

Senator Marafa says the plans will fail

Also, APC Senator,  Kabiru Marafa said that the plan will fail. According to him,“How will they get us to support their action when we already agree that the reasons given by President Muhammadu Buhari were genuine and reasonable?

“INEC, at the moment, has a lot of issues to contend with. Why should we overburden them with new amendments that would make its works more cumbersome? Why can’t we wait till after the 2019 elections before we introduce new electoral laws?”

Addressing Senator Olujimi’s comment, Marafa said “I disagree with Senator Olujimi completely on that issue. INEC budget was huge because of the insecurity in the country. Most of the funds would be expended on security personnel to ensure a hitch-free exercise.

“I challenge her to come up with her figures and prove me wrong. There could be some calculated attempts in some quarters to sabotage the entire process; otherwise, I don’t understand the attack on the President for postponing the implementation of the law till after the general elections.”

“Why are they unnecessary jittery now over the use of the card reader. I am beginning to think that those who are agitating now have some ulterior motive. The 2015 election was successful because of card reader,” he added.

Buttressing Marafa’s point, APC Senator, Ovie Omo-Agege said “But from what I have read, his reasons are very genuine. Like I have always maintained, Mr President has always supported this bill.

“It is the usual ‘town crying’ of the PDP particularly. Let me say that PDP is scared because they were used to rigging when they were in government. We are in government now and they think everybody will be the same. If you are not a rigger, why are you talking about rigging when the election has not been conducted?”

Data from 2015 election

Data obtained from DeepDive Intelligence recently, shows that about 21.4 million Nigerians voted in the 2015 election without full biometric authentication.

Full biometric authentication, as explained by the report, is when the PVC and fingerprint of a voter is successfully authenticated by the Smart Card Reader.

This is the fourth time President Buhari is declining assent to the Electoral bill.

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APC holds inter-religious prayer for 5 deceased members in Kwara

The prayers that held in Omu-Aran, attracted leaders and members of the party from Ekiti/Irepodun/Isin/Oke-Ero Federal constituency, and was at the instance of the party’s newly-elected Rep member, Tunji Olawuyi.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara South Senatorial District on Saturday offered inter-religious prayers for the repose of the soul of five of its members who died in a ghastly auto accident, recently.

The prayers that held in Omu-Aran, attracted leaders and members of the party from Ekiti/Irepodun/Isin/Oke-Ero Federal constituency, and was at the instance of the party’s newly-elected Rep member, Tunji Olawuyi.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that five members of the party, mostly executives in Irepodun Local Government Area, had died in an auto accident few meters to Oke-Onigbin.

The deceased were on their way to Oro, the home town of Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information, for a victory rally over the outcome of the bye-election won by Olawuyi.

The special prayer was led by Alhaji Sodiq Afolayan, the Chief Imam of Omu-Aran Central mosque on the Islamic side and Pastor Isaac Ajewole of the Revival Centre, Omu-Aran on the Christian side.

Dr Rafiu Bello, a Public Administrator and Consultant in Public Health, in a lecture at the event, said the recent political development in the country was due to the high level of awareness and orientation among the electorate.

He described the APC victory in the recent bye-election in the constituency as a huge turning point in the state’s political landscape.

“People, especially the electorate, are now bolder, courageous and determined in taking their destiny in their hands.

“The last bye-election in the state was a clear indication of the people’s determination to put a stop to the dominance of a particular dynasty in the governance and administration of the state,” he said.

Bello urged members of the party to be more focused and dedicated, saying that the challenges ahead required more sacrifice to achieve the desired victory in future elections.

Olawuyi, in a remark, described the death of the party members as an act of God and prayed God to give the family the fortitude to bear the loss.

He said his victory in the bye-election was designed by God and and was a divine direction toward the desired emancipation and transformation of the people of the district and the state.

Olawuyi, who promised to be a good representative, called on members of the party across the state not to relent in contributing their quota toward achieving the desired victory in the 2019 general elections.

Highlight of the event was the offering of prayers by Afolayan and Ajewole for the deceased, the party, the  state and the country.

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APC youth leader warns Jimi Agbaje to stop insulting Tinubu

APC youth leader warns Jimi Agbaje to stop insulting Tinubu

In his response to Agbaje’s campaign slogan – Freedom For Lagos, the APC Youth Organizing Secretary said that no one is living in bondage in Lagos state.

The Lagos state Youth Organising Secretary of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Idris Aregbe has warned the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Jimi Agbaje to stop insulting the ruling party’s national leader, Bola Tinubu.

According to Vanguard, Aregbe also politics can be done without spreading falsehood about each other.

He said this on Saturday, December 8, 2018, at a meeting with youths in Lagos state.

In his response to Agbaje’s campaign slogan – Freedom For Lagos, the APC Youth Organizing Secretary said that no one is living in bondage in Lagos state.

Aregbe also called on youths to stay away from people, who he described as mischief makers who want to ruin the peace in Lagos state.

“I want to emphatically state here that no one is living in bondage. If you look at Lagos of today, Lagos is successfully competing with several other great cities of the world. We are enjoying all these developments today because of one selfless man and that man is Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and his vision for Lagos.

“We have also seen several PDP governors trooping to Lagos to acquire templates for governance and economic development, so tell me how are we in bondage?

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 “We’ve seen lots of governorship candidates from other parties that have no single plan for Lagosians but will be looking for all means to dent the good image of a visionary like Asiwaju,” he added.

Meanwhile, Jimi Agbaje has said that he will defeat the APC guber candidate, Jide Sanwo-Olu and free Lagos from the hold of Godfatherism.

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FAAN withdraws services from Warri, Gombe, MMA2, Arik suspends flights

Buhari's Visit: FAAN restricts vehicular movement around Lagos airport

Arik Air’s Communications Manager, Mr Adebanji Ola, confirmed the development in a statement issued in Lagos on Saturday.

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has notified airlines of the withdrawal of its services to Osubi Airport, Warri, Gombe Airport and Murtala Muhammed Airport 2(MMA2) over alleged indebtedness.

Arik Air’s Communications Manager, Mr Adebanji Ola, confirmed the development in a statement issued in Lagos on Saturday.

In a Notice To Airmen (NOTAM) issued on Dec. 8, FAAN stated that it will be withdrawing Aviation Security, fire fighting and rescue operations from Osubi, Gombe and MMA2 from midnight of Dec. 9.

“Consequently, Arik Air will be suspending its flights to Osubi Airport, Gombe Airport and move Port Harcourt flights out of MMA2 from Dec. 10, until further notice,” Ola said.

He advised Warri passengers to use Benin Airport as alternate while Gombe passengers are to use Bauchi Airport as alternate.

All Arik Air flights to Port Harcourt Airport, Omagwa, will as from the same date operate from Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal One otherwise known as General Aviation Terminal (GAT).

“Arik Air regrets any inconvenience the closure of the three airports may cause its esteemed customers.

“The airline hopes the issue between FAAN and the airport authorities will be resolved soonest,” he said.

MMA2 is being operated by BiCourtney  Aviation Services Limited, owned by Dr. Wale Babalakin.

FAAN claimed it is owing it  N3.9 billion  since it commenced operations on September 8, 2007.

FAAN claimed the money was for the provision of  electricity, rent and conference and hotel and the five per cent remittance as agreed in the contract.

In a letter addressed to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of BASL, in November, FAAN gave the  breakdown of the indebtedness as  at July 31, 2018 as N1.4 billion for provision of Aviation Security (AVSEC), another N143 million for Fire/Safety Cost, N2.1million for marshalling and N1.9billion for management cost.

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NNPC says it has 2.6bn litres of petrol in stock

Indonesia demands more for crude oil from Nigeria to meet local needs

Mr Isiaka Abudulrasaq, the Chief Financial Officer of NNPC gave the assurance in an interactive session with journalists in Lagos on the corporation’s stewardship  to Nigerians in Lagos on Saturday.

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NPPC) says it has 2.6 billion litres of petroleum products offshore and onshore in Lagos State to meet the nation’s demands.

Mr Isiaka Abudulrasaq, the Chief Financial Officer of NNPC gave the assurance in an interactive session with journalists in Lagos on the corporation’s stewardship  to Nigerians in Lagos on Saturday.

Abdulrasaq said that the country has about 52-day-petroleum sufficiency, adding that this represented an average of 50 million litres per day products availability on land.

He said that motorists and other consumers of petroleum products are assured of adequate stock to meet their energy needs.

The CFO further dispelled insinuations of any impending petroleum products scarcity in the country.

He said that providing information on the petroleum products stock level became imperative to dispel suggestions that the threat of strike by the DAPPMA would result in a slip into a round of products shortages across the country.

He advised motorists not to engage in panic buying as the corporation would do all it could to ensure products availability in all parts of the country,

Abudulrasaq said that the corporation had been proactive in importation of petroleum into the country, adding that government has saved over N305 billion from subsidy payment.

He, however, condemned insinuations that government is planning to sell the country’s refineries, adding that the refineries are currently undergoing rehabilitation.

Similarly, the Executive Secretary, Major Oil Marketers of Nigeria (MOMAN) Mr Clement Isong pledged its association’s commitment towards product availability across the country.

Isong told the News Agency Nigerian (NAN) on phone that MOMAN operations and sales will continue to the general public and no interruptions are planned or expected by the association.

According to him, MOMAN in the company of other marketers associations met with representatives of the government on Dec. 6 where they held discussions on the outstanding payments owed marketers by government.

“At that meeting, government made some proposals on how to settle the outstanding debt and marketers requested some adjustments to these proposals by government and are expecting to hear from government.

“MOMAN had at no time issued an ultimatum or threat to stop operations or sales and will continue operations and sales to the public throughout the Christmas and end of year period while engagements with the government continue.

“This is to ensure that payment of what is due to Marketers is made as soon as possible to avoid the collapse of many stakeholders in the downstream petroleum sector,’’ he said.

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