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Latest data obtained from the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited have shown that a total of 350 pipeline points were vandalised from January to July this year.

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Latest data obtained from the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited have shown that a total of 350 pipeline points were vandalised from January to July this year.

The number of vandalised pipeline points rose from 27 in January to 54 in February, according to the NNPC data.

In March, 70 pipeline points were vandalised, representing a 29.63 per cent increase when compared to February.

The company said Port Harcourt area accounted for 63 per cent and Mosimi Area accounted for 21 per cent of the vandalised points in March while Gombe accounted for the remaining 16 per cent.

It said the number of pipeline points vandalised reduced by 34.29 per cent to 46 in April.

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