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Nigeria-France: Prince Arthur Eze sells land to TotalEnergies in Anambra – The Africa Report

  • November 26, 2021
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Nigeria-France: Prince Arthur Eze sells land to TotalEnergies in Anambra – The Africa Report

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By Jeune Afrique
Posted on Wednesday, 24 November 2021 18:00
French oil group TotalEnergies is currently in negotiations with a Nigerian billionaire to purchase his land in southern Nigeria.
The meeting took place discreetly in the heart of the 16th arrondissement of Paris.
On 11 November, in a suite at the Shangri-La palace, Nigerian businessman Arthur Eze met for two hours with Franco-Gabonese Henri-Max Ndong-Nzue, the African director of the exploration-production branch of French oil giant TotalEnergies, who was appointed to this position at the beginning of September.
‘Prince’ Arthur Eze, owner and founder of Atlas Oranto Petroleum, is descended from a family of traditional chiefs who govern the Ukpo community in Anambra State – his brother, His Royal Majesty Dr. Robert C. Eze (Okofia VI), is the current head of the ‘kingdom’.
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