About Us

The NNPC Retired Staff Association (NNPC RSA) is an Association of Retirees from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and   Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). The  Association was founded in 1997. It was the brain-child of Nze George U. Ibekwe and Dr. Eugene C. Ibe. They approached Chief Festus Marinho the first Group Managing Diector of NNPC, who agreed to be one of the trustees. It was formally registered with five trustees. Membership of the Association is voluntary. Thus with about 8,500 members, the membership represents about 80% of the entire retirees of NNPC.The NNPC Retired Staff Association (NNPC RSA) is an Association of Retirees from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and   Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). The  Association was founded in 1997. It was the brain-child of Nze George U. Ibekwe and Dr. Eugene C. Ibe. They approached Chief Festus Marinho the first Group Managing Diector of NNPC, who agreed to be one of the trustees. It was formally registered with five trustees. Membership of the Association is voluntary. Thus with about 8,500 members, the membership represents about 80% of the entire retirees of NNPC.
The Association is made up of eight branches namely; Lagos, Warri, Port-Harcourt, Kaduna, Mosimi, Abuja, Kano, and Benin. The organs of the Association are: (1) Annual General Meeting (AGM) (2) National Executive Committee (NEC) (3) Board of Trustees (BOT) and (4) National Officers Commitee (NOC).
The Branches also have executives (Congress, Branch Executive Comittee, Branch Officers Comittee, Chapter Executive Comittee and Unit Executive Committee).
The  objectives of the Association are to:
Create forum whereby NNPC retired staff can interact and exchange views with former colleagues in the NNPC and the oil sector.Make legitimate requests to the NNPC for welfare of the members.Encourage social interaction and mutual help amongst members.Constitute a reservoir of knowledge and technical know-how as a backup for the NNPC and oil sector.Co-operate with any other Association having similar aims and objectives and take such other steps as may be necessary to promote the social and economic empowerment  of its members andCarry out such other activities as may be conductive to the achievements of any or all of the above objectives.The Association started its first secretariat in 5B, Maduike Street, Ikoyi. It later moved it secretariat to No. 70 Queens Street Yaba in the year 2001. On 30th June, 2008; the secretariat was moved to Plot 756 Abubakar Usman Cresent, Off I.T. Igbani Street Jabi Upstairs, Jabi District, Abuja as a result of a property purchased in the later part of 2007. The Lagos Branch Office was formally located at No. 27, Moronfolu Street, Off Saint Finbarrs College Road, Akoka, Yaba Lagos. The present office is located at Plot 15, CIPM Avenue (Ereke House), Central Business District, Alausa Ikeja Lagos.
The NNPC Retired Staff Association (National) is currently headed by Alhaji.(Dr). Ibrahim M. Abba, (OON) as the President  and  the General Secretary is Mr. Henry I. Aliu. While the Lagos Branch is being headed by Mr. Fidelis O. Aidelomon as the Chairman and Mr. Christopher B. Ologunwa as the Secretary.
At inception NNPCRSA had 3 branches namely Port Harcourt, Warri and Kaduna. Lagos was not giving a branch been the headquarters then. Later Benin Branch was created. The creation of Benin Branch spurred the agitation for Lagos Branch by the then pressure group headed by Alhaji. Rasak Salami. Eventually Lagos was giving a branch in the year 2000 and June 2003 Mosimi Chapter was created from Lagos Branch. Mr. Julius Aiya Asuenimhen was elected as the first Lagos Branch Chairman. The Lagos Branch secretary was Rev. John E.Tite. Mr. Warren W. Ogbobine was the treasurer, Mrs. Veronica Onome was the Welfare Secretary and Mr. Joseph B. Olu-Olajiga was the Public Relation Officer.Mr. Julius Aiya Asuenimhen served for two consecutive terms.
In the 2006 election Mr. Friday Igbinosa was elected Lagos Branch Chaiman while Mr.Ayotunde Ayodele was elected as the Branch Secretary. At the National Annual General Meeting held in Shagamu December 2010, Mosimi Chapter was giving a Branch status. Five Units were equally created for the new Lagos Branch. They are Ikorodu, Lekki/Ajah, Ikotun/Egbe, Badagry and Meiran. The creation of Mosimi Branch led to a bye-election in Lagos Branch on 28th February, 2011, where Mr. Fidelis O. Aidelomon was elected as the Branch Chairman.
In the election of September 27th, 2012 Mr. Fidelis O.Aidelomon was re-elected as the Lagos Branch Chairman while Mr. Christopher B. Ologuwa was elected as the Branch Secretary. Other executives are Mr. Femi Johnson - Vice Chairman, Mr. Ademola K. Oludiran- Asst. Secretary, Rev. John E. Tite- Treasurer, Mr. Yekeen A. Onabanjo- Financial Secretary, Mr. Femi Philips- Internal Auditor, Mrs. Pauline E. Effiom- Welfare Officer.The tenure of the present executives terminates in September 2015.
The main objective of this website is to make payslips accessible and available to our teaming members via a secured login portal from any part of the world.