AMES plans wider scope for summit to address more issues in Nigeria’s maritime industry
...Recognises Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron as bedrock of manpower development for maritime industry in Nigeria
|HRH Obi Obiora Nwabuikwu (left), the Obiatuegwu 11 of Umuatuegwu- Okija, Anambra State receiving a gift from the President of AMES, Adeyinka Okunade, who led the association members on a courtesy visit the Royal Father at the weekend.|
The association has held two of such summit lately, where problem areas in the maritime industry were discussed and workable solutions proffered.
The issue of the revitalization of the national ship registry is one to its credit.
association, with its pool of experienced marine engineers, would begin remarkable knowledge-sharing sessions during its Summit, to help strengthen the next generation of marine engineers in Nigeria.
MAN, Oron has invited us. But, we want to ensure we work out the issue of remuneration,
so that those who would be there can also be able to care for their needs as it
is done globally.”
Okunade, immediate past president of the association; Charles Uwadia, Jonathan Nwora, Josiah Wasa, Wade Ebuku, Emmanuel Ilori, Israel Obadan, Nnajiuno Ogbuagu, John Oyedeji, Kato Abuja, Oderinde Hakeem, Kuzi Onyibe, and Emmanuel Popo.