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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lekoil Limited LSE:LEK London Ordinary Share KYG5462G1073 ORD USD0.00005 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.20 1.15 1.25 1.20 1.20 1.20 556,774 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 31.7 -3.7 -1.5 - 6

Lekoil Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/7/2021
14:15
The video with Akinyanmi was excellent. I would hope Lekoil Nigeria, the holder of 60% will prevail. Looks like the biggest shareholder wants to takeover the company. Tug of war but better if Lekoil Nigeria win the battle and get full value for shareholders and stakeholders. Great assets and very much undervalued. 11m market cap is peanuts.
adrianuk
05/7/2021
21:59
Shorters delight.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
02/7/2021
13:23
Looking pretty good - 2.4p -
tomboyb
02/7/2021
11:42
Ken Chung8 Jan '21 - 12:19 - 9252 of 9298 0 0 0 Heading down.
andymunchkin
02/7/2021
11:01
Almost bagged in 2 days, what's driving this?
enewman36
02/7/2021
10:48
- well up 26%
tomboyb
01/7/2021
18:39
Rather interesting trades published today. Good to see a LARGE sized buyer as they should know a lot more on how this is likely to play out and in what time period. With the resources, reserves and upside to both there is plenty of upside IF the situation is resolved satisfactorily for Lekoil PLC shareholders which, amongst others, clearly depends on the GoN which appeared to show its hand in an earlier RNS. GLAH.
josephrobert
29/6/2021
10:50
Dead duck.
shujja1
11/6/2021
08:13
Sounds like Lekan's poison pill to protect his ownership of his company - we thought we owned it, but looks like the suitors gave him, in his mind, little choice. A few notes Today's RNS ties in with the RNS of the 20th April. Lekoil Nigeria (LN) owns everything of note. 40% is owned by the company we invest in, 60% by Lekan 33.33%, Employee Benefit Trust 20.66%, and a Director's Share Trust 6%,i.e. our ex CEO has an equity interest larger than our company. Our company has the right for 90% of the dividends or capital returned to Lekoil Nigeria, i.e.the economic interest. Our company cannot stop LN from following a 'particular course of action' but has 'considerable scope to prevent LN from making certain decisions'. So LN can do nothing and it appears there may be nothing we can do about it - that said the company has being doing next to nothing for quite some time. Looks like the newly appointed NEDs are there to resolve the Lekan issue. This I guess will take months to years. When I saw a a video of Lekan from a few years back I thought he looked shifty, but the projects had great upside and were cheap. Guess I wasn't alone to overlook why they were so cheap. Like sludgesurfer says 'You couldn't make it up....'
josephrobert
10/6/2021
16:04
You couldn't make it up....
sludgesurfer
03/6/2021
08:29
So something was happening behind the scenes.... CEO was being ousted! Interesting development. What and where now?
ianio5691
27/5/2021
11:56
And the buying continues. Fingers crossed something is finally happening!
ianio5691
26/5/2021
08:47
Flurry of buys this morning.... something finally happening?
ianio5691
21/4/2021
22:02
Was confused with Mr Ajukwu joining the board, didn't make any sense. The CEO wants one thing, Mr Ajukwu and others want another. There wasn't any middle ground as shown by the companys hostility.I can't see what options Mr Ajukwu and others have. Even if the interested party has more firepower to buy more shares and make an offer to force an end game then GON could veto their licences. Plus most shareholders won't take cash because they would crystalise massive losses. I can't see what the CEOs goals are other other than using shareholders money to bank roll his lifestyle. How will he be forced to leave? What options to shareholders have to remedy the situation considering its incorporated under Nigerian law?
josephrobert
21/4/2021
21:22
Why should they step aside?
josephrobert
21/4/2021
21:21
Why would anybody lend this company any money?
josephrobert
18/3/2021
16:31
Another awesome set of buys into the end of day.
nigerianprince
18/3/2021
05:27
Buying and selling is just about timing, DYOR 1st and never listen to me or other’s. But for what it’s worth I think the time for buying has just started. GL
darkdawn
17/3/2021
16:52
Nice buys into end of day.
nigerianprince
15/3/2021
16:04
A lot of purchases throughout the day are at the same price which suggests there is a decent sized seller at these levels. We will need a lot more buys to get this share price up significantly. Metallon bought a lot at these levels before and then stopped; unless they become serious quickly their strategy could be to stop at the current share price for a while and mop up supply. Following on from the default RNS there is an increasing chance that power is slipping away from the incumbent which is increasing the chances we can get the company being seen in a positive light. A lot of institutions will have given the guy a chance to redeem himself with repaying the loan and again he hasn't given them any reason to be loyal to him. That said he does appear to have political favor behind him which perhaps explains why loyalty has been stretched so much. Institutions will be favourably inclined to see what the suitors bring. The postive conditions in oil prices will be putting pressure on them to look to develop these reserves and resources sooner rather than later. If we can't get the share price up in these conditions we have no chance if conditions get worse.
josephrobert
15/3/2021
15:46
wow... 1.2m buy now! Someone confident - and putting their money where the silence is... Months and months of little or no volume, and then 3 consec days of buying. Looks like something happening behind the scenes. GLA
ianio5691
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