- Femi Adesina has mourned the loss of Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo, Secretary General of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
- In an article shared on his Facebook page revealed the President’s Special Advisor for Media and Public Relations Barkindo’s last words to Buhari
- Meanwhile, on Tuesday President Muhammadu Buhari expressed the nation’s gratitude to Barkindo who honored him as the country’s worthy ambassador referred
Presidential media adviser Femi Adesina has revealed the last words of Alhaji Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo, the outgoing secretary-general of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries ( OPEC), to President Muhammadu Buhari.
In his article entitled “BARKINDO’S LAST WORDS TO ME.”, Adesina revealed the times and life of the late OPEC chief and his last moments with him and that Presidents on his Facebook page.
Adesina also provided the details of what Barkindo had told him and the President before his death on Tuesday July 5th.< /p>
President Buhari’s Special Advisor on Media and Public Relations’ full article is shared below;
“Here today, gone tomorrow is a common saying. But with the outgoing General Secretary of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Alhaji Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo, it was here in the morning, at night.”
OPEC boss Barkindo dies at the age of 63 in the “shock” of the
Barkindo has headed the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries since 2016 and was due to be replaced by Kuwait’s Haitham Al-Ghais next month.
Under his leadership, the cartel forged ties with Russia and nine other oil-producing countries to form a larger group called OPEC+ to better stabilize oil markets. After OPEC+ cut production during the pandemic to boost prices, the 23-strong group’s moves have failed to calm markets – with record-high prices – in recent months amid the war in Ukraine.
Until we meet again my good friend: Tinubu grieves, shares last moment photos with Barkindo
The Group Chief Executive, Oando Plc, Jubril Adewale Tinubu , announced the death of Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo, Secretary-General of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Tinubu said Barkindo’s death robbed him of a good friend.
He wrote on his Instagram page:
“We had a lot of conversations and speeches together yesterday but this wasn’t one of them.”
Source: Legit .ng