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I have no regret plotting coup – IBB

General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida former Military Head of State of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has said that he has no regrets plotting a coup and that rather he was motivate by the consequences of the failur of a coup saying ‘rather, you get motivated. You see yourself doing a job. You were trained to defend and protect your country and, so, you see yourself doing that same job. Things were not going right and you are there to correct them.’

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We want to be one stop shop for maritime, oil & gas sector — VC FUPRE

The Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Petroleum Resource, FUPRE, Prof. Akaehomen Akii Ibhadode, in this interview spoke on a number of issues, some of which is the university entrance into ship building, maritime capacity development, consultancy, collaboration with local and international bodies as well as other activities in oil and gas sector.

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Mr. Chidi Etoniru

ETONIRU: Reaping fruits of being an early bird

The late American civil rights activist and Pan-Africanist, Dr. W.E Du Bois had in one of his writings, asserted that “Children learn more from what you are than what you teach.” This saying resonates fully in the life of the Managing Director, Joe Etoniru and Associates, Mr. Chidi Etoniru, who didn’t just become what he was taught in his affluent background, but became an authority in real estate like his dad. He narrates how being willing to learn and not being scared of making mistakes, resulted in his ability to create a massive presence for the firm in Nigeria.

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We want to create a fish processing hub in Lagos – MOGBOJURI

THE Governments of  Norway and Nigeria have concluded plans to establish a N16billion fish processing hub at the Marine Department of the  University of Lagos. In this interview with Vanguard Maritime Report, The pioneer Chief Executive of the Centre, Dr. Segun Mogbojuri told Vanguard Maritime Report that the idea is to return Nigeria to the international seafood markets.

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