With the advent of social media, new generation entrepreneurs seem to think using business cards are obsolete. Everything we do in business today is digital…sending mails, proposals, payments and lots more. The business card announces your brand; it’s like having your very own hype man. The business card just like chivalry is one thing that the digital rave won’t be replacing anytime soon.
Here we give you 5 reasons why the business cards are important and why you should move around with a pocket full of them.
’’ a shopping mall wouldn’t set up a store front sign with cardboard sheet and permanent markers, that’s the way I see business cards , they announce and represent my brand. A tangible reminder of my brand” Christian okoli ,CEO Blue Afric Media
A unique business card is a great icebreaker; it actually fuels the conversation more.
Fear not, most conversations will still end with “let me give you my business card” at least for a little while longer.
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Miyonse Oluwaseyi, popularly called Miyonse, former Big Brother Naija (#BBNaija) 2017 contestant says he has started showing his culinary skills on TV aimed at impacting the knowledge on young people.Miyonse said made this known in an
interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Abuja. He said that the project, being implemented in collaboration with TV Continental (TVC) is known as “Wake up Nigeria’’. “The programme is not just aimed at showing off my skill as
a chef but to encourage young people to also take to the cooking profession,” he said. The 25-year old graduate of mass communication from University of Lagos said that cooking business was going on fine for him, adding that he hoped to go into
more projects in that aspect. On his new cooking project, he said that he was currently filming another cooking show, which was expected to be out soon.“You know I work as a private chef for clients. I also do outdoor cooking for restaurants,’’ he
said. NAN reports that the ex-BBnaija housemate is a trained chef, and consultant for a new Culinary School based in Ilorin, Kwara. He is currently the pioneer ambassador for Pay Port’s online food store.
No isn’t always an easy word to say, especially to your customers. We live in a world where businesses put their customers on a pedestal. Entrepreneurs learn that "the customer is king." No wonder they feel obligated to indulge unreasonable
customer demands. That’s why it’s important to set boundaries for your customers.
Your unwillingness to tell them "no" will threaten the control you have over your business. You’ll lose your focus by making other people’s problems your own. Your operation will fall into disarray. Setting these boundaries is challenging, but it's
possible to assert your authority without being disrespectful. Enforce a set of policies within your business and stick to them. Understand that some people will disagree with them, and there will be conflict. When customers challenge your
policies, explain why a rule exists. Be honest about the extent to which you're willing to accommodate them. Walk away if they’re still unsatisfied. Sometimes it’s better to take a short-term loss if it means avoiding a much more complicated set of
problems in the future.
Entrepreneurs are naturally optimistic, and that’s great. But, this tendency to be optimistic can result in unrealistic projections about the time it takes to complete specific tasks. This is a psychological phenomenon known as the "planning
fallacy." Even though we’ve done a task a thousand times before, we still underestimate the amount of time it takes to complete it. And this can stop us from organizing our days efficiently and setting realistic deadlines.That’s a problem because
deadlines help create expectations. If they’re lenient, team members become unmotivated and unproductive. But if they’re too tight, people will become stressed and overwhelmed.Driven entrepreneurs know that even routine tasks contain
hidden surprises. That’s why they need to manage their time in a way that creates realistic expectations while leaving room for unexpected challenges.
You’ve got a qualified team, yet you complain about how much work you have to get through everyday.Time is precious. Even if you’re the world’s biggest workaholic, you’ve got other interests to pursue in your free time. So why waste away the
hours trying to do everything yourself when there are capable people who could do it for you?Many entrepreneurs are control freaks and terrible at delegating work. They lack trust in other people’s abilities, or they think that they’re the best
person for the job -- and that might be true. But as a business grows, there comes a point where the workload becomes too much for one person handle. During this stage, your most important task as a leader is teaching your team how to think
and ask questions for themselves.You need to set expectations and objectives, but your team members need to be autonomous so that you’re not micromanaging them. Failing to delegate will cause your business to stagnate and put
unnecessary stress on your shoulders.
Competitors are not your enemies. If you focus all your energy trying to beat them, you’ll lose sight of what matters in your business -- making customers happy. Now that doesn’t mean you should ignore industry trends and live in a bubble. But
you shouldn’t develop unhealthy obsessions about constantly getting ahead of people you have set yourself up against as an adversary.Instead, spend your time identifying what problems your customers need to solve. Develop products and
services that they love using, and create experiences that they keep coming back for. If you keep improving your products, logistics and company culture, you’ll become a leader in your industry without ruffling any feathers in the process.
Mistakes are an unavoidable part of life. But they can cause considerable damage if you don’t change the behavior that causes them to re-occur. Learn from your shortcomings, understand your weaknesses, and dedicate yourself to constant
improvement. It’s the only way you’ll solve your problems for good and achieve the determination you need to reach your goals.
Forbes has recognized 7 Nigerian pastors as being among the 20 richest pastors in the world, in its latest release.
Bishop David Oyedepo, the general overseer of Living Faith Church, tops the list of richest Nigerian pastors, while Pastor Enoch Adeboye occupies the sixth position.
Pastor Edir Macedo who is the founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in Brazil, tops the overall list of men of God from all over the world.
See the full list:
1. Edir Macedo is the founder of Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, Brazil. He is worth $1.1 billion and is the richest pastor in the world. Macedo is also the founder of Grupo Record and Record News.
2. Kenneth Copeland is the founder and owner of Kenneth Copeland Ministries. His church is located on a 1,500 acre campus and the property has loads of structures. He has a net worth of $760 million.
3. Pat Robertson’s net worth is $500 million. Pat Robertson is an executive chairman, media tycoon, and a Southern Baptist minister. Robertson has amassed this wealth from setting up many corporations and organizations, and a University too.
4. George Foreman is a former professional boxer who is worth $250 million. He is a preacher at the the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ in Houston.
5. Bishop David Oyedepo is a Nigerian preacher. He is the founder of Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland, Ota; Living Faith Church Worldwide A.K.A Winners Chapel International World Headquarter. Oyedepo has two universities – Landmark and Convenant University. He is worth $150 million. He is the richest pastor in Nigeria and Africa.
6. Pastor E.A Adeboye is the general overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God. He is worth $130 million. His net worth is $130 million.
7. Bishop Ayodele Oritsejafor is one of the richest pastors in Nigeria. With additional investments in banking, real estate, transportation and also media, Oritsejafor is worth $120million.
8. Prophet Uebert Angel is the founder of the Spirit Embassy Church. He is rumored to be worth $60 million.
9. Chris Oyakhilome is the founder of Christ Embassy and his church boasts of up to 40,000 members; many of whom are reportedly politicians and entrepreneurs. He is worth up to $50 million.
10. Benny Hinn runs a program tiled Miracle Crusade and the programs are usually held in big stadiums. He is worth up to $42 million.
11. Joel Osteen is a pastor, televangelist and has also written a number of Christian books. The name of his church is Lakewood church Houston Texas. His net worth is $40 million.
12. Pastor Tshifinwa Irene is a televangelist and her church is situated in Venda.
13. Creflo Dollar is the senior pastor at World Changers Church International. He worth up to $27 million.
14. Pastor Ray Macaulay is based in South Africa. The name of his church is Rhema Bible Church. He received his training in 1979 and he started his church afterwards with his family.
15. Billy Graham is a very popular televangelist and preaches on many radio and television stations. His net worth is $25 million.
16. Rick Warren is the founder of Saddleback Church Lake Forest California. He is worth $25 million.
17. Bishop T.D. Jakes is worth $18 million. He produces movie and he is a preacher and a writer. His house reportedly costs up to $1,700,000.
19. Prophet T.B. Joshua is among the most controversial pastors in Nigeria and he is a philanthropist. The name of his church is Synagogue Church of All Nations. He is worth up to $15 million.
20. Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo is the founder of Kingsway International Christian Center located in the United Kingdom. He is worth over $10 million.
20. Juanita Bynum is an American televangelist, author, singer and actress. She is worth $10 million.
20. Chris Okotie is worth $10 million. He was a pop star before switching to preaching as a pastor. His hit song ‘Show Me Your Backside’ was popular in the 80s. The name of his church is Household of God Church.
In a previous report, We noted that when you see some Nigerian pastors, you can’t help but envy them.
They come out smelling sweet, wearing top-notch designer wear, driving state-of-the-art cars and living like kings.
These days, most pastors are all shades of prosperous, which is why a lot of people are going into the church business; if only to enjoy the luxury being enjoyed by pastors.
Starting your own business is a risky and often stressful endeavour, but the fear of failure can be particularly strong for female entrepreneurs. As studies have shown, women, due to a lifetime of social conditioning, tend to be more risk-averse than men. This fact notwithstanding, there are women who have distinguished themselves and see their daily struggle for success as a lifestyle. One of such is the beautiful Ijeoma Eze, initiator and CEO to a leading event management company in south east Nigeria. We had a wonderful session with her, discussing her views, ideologies and entrepreneurial spirit.
Read interview below:
Tell us all we don’t know about you. Full name, state of origin, educational background and marital status
Ijay: My name is Ijeoma Faith Eze. I’m from Enugu state Nigeria, I studied metrological engineering at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology and yes I am very much single.
Enlighten us on fusion Ijay creations Nig. Ltd
Ijay: Fusion Ijay creations Nigeria limited is the bigger picture of Ijay creations. I started initially as Ijay creations, most of my loyal clients and friends know me as Ijay creations. But then when I went to register my company at Corporate Affairs Commission CAC, I was informed that someone was already doing business under that name so I had to choose something else. It was like world war III, everything I came up with was taken, I got really frustrated until the Holy Spirit dropped ‘Fusion Ijay Creations Nig. Ltd’ in my heart and God being magnificent, it wasn’t taken so that’s how the name came about.
Moving on, Fusion Ijay Creations Nig. Ltd is a company that caters for events. This includes event planning and management, ushering, protocol and multimedia services. Media services in terms of online marketing, promotions, media hiring etc. We’ve handled a lot clients from different ladders in the societal strata and we’re climbing higher daily.
Why the paradigm shift in career, why event planning?
Ijay: Well, I think it’s safe to say that a real life event spurred me to take the decision. I never planned to go into event planning. I was actually bored at home, waiting for my ‘dream’ white collar job. It all started when a friend of mine asked me to help him organize an event. I was bored so I was happy to help and keep busy. I gave him a lot of ideas, “let’s do it this way, let’s do that way, do this, don’t do that” and my friend said, hey Ijay you’ve completed planned this event oh, please take complete control and make sure it goes well. At the end of the day, the event turned out really great and it was then I had an ‘epiphany’ this is actually something that is innate and gives me joy. In that instance, I knew event planning was for me.
How old is fusion ijay creations Nig.Ltd
Ijay: Fusion Ijay Creations Nig.Ltd is 5 (five) years old. I started off with ushering under the umbrella of ‘Ijay Creations’. Organizing young undergraduates to be ushers at events and with that, I gradually diversified. I started event management officially on 2015.
What was the beginning like? Did you have any support from friends and family?
Ijay: I didn’t get that “you go girl” “thumbs up” kind of encouragement because at that point everybody wasn’t really sure where I was going with all of this. The only encouragement I had at the time was “ehen, Ijeoma you have ushers, I need some for my event I can pay them at least
When I told my people this was what I wanted to do, my dad was like after all the money I spent on school. They didn’t discourage me either; it was just this silent disapproval. But when I started working for big clients and establishing my brand in the industry, I won them over.
What are the challenges you face in your line of work?
IJay: My most frequent challenge is dealing with clients. The clients don’t tell you exactly what they want, they coat it in the name of ushers then on the day of the event when the ushers come, they tell you no, we are actually looking for something different. Recently, clients will call you and say, ‘I want Fifteen, Fair, Size Eight Ushers. Another person will call and say, ‘I want Size Ten Ushers, Dark and Fair girls, No big boobs, No big ass’. Shey you see the confusion here. Or they tell you what they want and on the day of the event they’ll say no, that’s not what we asked for.
Other clients tell you what they want. You think you understand what they are saying or rather what they were not saying. They are saying something but underneath what they said they meant a different thing so if I’m able to detect that and I am able to do it, it’s a plus for me.
How would your best friend describe you?
IJay: (laughs) I don’t have one, there are plenty of them. They’ll describe me as funny person, a realist; I tell you things the way they are. They would also tell you I am a voracious learner. I don’t deprive myself the opportunity of learning. They will also inform you that am friendly and caring to a fault. And oh, my friends would tell you my house is their kitchen. There’s always food in my house. I think I got that from my mother.
If you could change one law in Nigeria, what would it be?
Ijay: Chineke! Why do you have to limit it to one? Let me come from the angle of entrepreneurs, the stress we go through at CAC is crazy, protocols you need to go through to get your business name registered, and for those businesses that require an office for example, a laundry or salon, you have to deal with business premises, ESWAMA, you don’t even have a signboard and they’re asking you to pay for it. You have to buy bucket for
N6000, something that goes for just N1000.
Another one is the recent bill passed in the senate. I am a woman and I can tell you a lot is wrong with that bill. They said every woman should get that which a man gets, I agree every woman has the right to run for a political post but I don’t agree that a woman is allowed to become an ‘Igwe’ or an ‘Onowu’. I believe there a lot of things a woman can do better, but I still believe there are still something’s best left for men. And there’s this one again that a woman can marry as many husbands as possible; I don’t know what they hope to achieve with that.
If you seal a deal of 25million naira and your ‘bae’ gets arrested. The bail charge is 24million naira, will you bail him out?
Ijay: No! I no dey bail am with 24million naira. The question is, is he going to bail me with 24million naira? If he is the father of my children, yes. Together or divorced, I will bail him with 24 million naira but for someone I am not sure of, he only said he wants to marry me and we are still on the matter. If I bail him today, who knows if he will find another bae. I will go to him and say, sweetheart, can your family bring ten let me bring ten so that by the time you come home, we can use fifteen to plan our life. Shikina
We saw on your instagram page about an event, Social media 101, who are you expecting to turn up?
Ijay: Social Media 101 is about the basics of social media. We are not going into the depth of it. A lot of people here in Enugu don’t know that there is a lot you can do with social media. People still believe it’s about taking selfies, they don’t understand that you can actually be paid to take selfies. You make money while having fun. People expected to attend are people who have no clue about the business side of social media, someone who already is using social media but does not understand that he can use it for both business and fun or someone who is already doing that but needs to understand that while doing your post you have timing to do these things, you can schedule your post. You can also check the demographics of people who are viewing your post. There’s something that happens at the back of your blog that you do not know about. Those are the basic things we are doing for now. We are going to have social media 102 later on where we would talk about content development.
Would you give your bae password to your bank accounts and social media accounts?
Ijay: Why would my bae need the password to my social media accounts? Of course, I would give him my password, but before I do, just like when you want to smoke and they tell you smoking is dangerous to your health. I’ll tell him sweetheart, anything you see there can be used against you because I cannot stop people from sliding into my DMs.
For my ATM pin, yes! To my personal accounts, not my business accounts, he can’t have access to my business account. My husband (underlined), not boyfriend or fiancé.
For a young graduate with little or no capital and wants to get involved in event management, what advice would you give the person?
Ijay: Okay, the first thing is to have passion for what you want to do and an idea of where you want t o take your business to. What has kept me so far is a passion for what I do.. For someone who wants to get involved in event management, you need to learn from someone who is already in the business to gain knowledge from it. Thirdly, you should be able to interpret people’s thoughts for their event. Someone will tell you for her wedding she wants to ride on a white horse, you will have to get it. Event management requires creativity and you will need to be a very patient person. You don’t need money for all these things I have mentioned.
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A sharp rise in Amazon shares meant Mr Bezos's wealth eclipsed that of the Microsoft co-founder for a time according to Forbes.
But as Amazon shares fell back, Mr Gates regained the top spot.
Mr Bezos, 53, owns about 17% of the shares in Amazon, but also has interests in several other businesses.
Recently soaring technology stocks have fuelled huge growth in the worth of entrepreneurs such as Mr Bezos and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, 33, who is number five on Forbes's list.
But the last person to steal the lead was Spanish fashion boss Amancio Ortega, founder of Zara's owner Inditex. He was the world's richest man for two days last September.
Amazon's current share price puts Mr Bezos only marginally behind Mr Gates.
Here are five things you may not know about Mr Bezos:
1. His spending is rocketing
Earlier this year Mr Bezos paid $23m for an old textile museum in Washington DC. Once it's converted to a family home, the Bezos family will be near neighbours in the exclusive neighbourhood with the Obamas, as well as Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner.
At least that's what the Washington Post reported, a reliable source presumably since Mr Bezos bought the paper in 2013 with $250m of his own money.
The Bezos family also has homes in Seattle and Beverly Hills, but expenditure on property pales into insignificance compared to Mr Bezos's foremost passion: rocket science.
Mr Bezos says he is selling about $1bn of Amazon stock every year to fund Blue Origin, the project he has founded to develop commercial space travel.
2. He is generous with bananas
It was Mr Bezos's idea to start giving away bananas to passers-by in Amazon's home town of Seattle - a generous gesture, especially since about 4,500 people reportedly take up the offer every day. But when it comes to philanthropy that is still peanuts compared to his peers.
While he and his family have given millions to good causes, Mr Bezos has been criticised for not doing enough. He doesn't splash out for non-profits on the scale that Bill Gates, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and others do, and is yet to join the 169 of his wealthy peers who have pledged to give away half their personal fortune.
But last month Mr Bezos appeared to be toying with new ideas in the philanthropic sphere.
He tweeted a request for suggestions as to how he could give money away that would have an impact "here and now" - a kind of next-day-delivery philanthropy.
It remains to be seen which proposals - ranging from libraries to tech talent in Africa - have caught his imagination.
3. His brother is the real hero
Good causes are already very much the domain of Jeff's brother Mark Bezos. He switched from a career in advertising to work for the New York based anti-poverty organisation Robin Hood.
In a 2011 TED talk Mark Bezos relates how, attending his first fire as a volunteer, he was keen to show what he was made of. But someone else was asked to brave the smouldering building to rescue the owner's puppy.
Mark was given the less glamorous task of finding her a pair of shoes. But she was still extremely grateful.
He draws this lesson: if you have something to give, however small, do it now.
Any ideas for Jeff?
4. Jeff's a true Trekkie
One advantage of being super-rich is that people indulge your fantasies. As a life-long Star Trek fan, Mr Bezos was able to secure a minor role in the latest movie.
But you may find it hard to spot him on film, since the Vine he posted shows him pretty effectively disguised in a wrinkly grey mask.
He has never really disguised his inner geek however.
As a child he spent a lot of time with his grandparents on their Texas ranch (learning to vaccinate cattle amongst other vital skills) and his interest in number-crunching was already apparent.
"At that age I'd take any excuse to make estimates and do minor arithmetic. I'd calculate our gas mileage, I'd figure out useless statistics on things like grocery spending," he told Princeton's class of 2010.
For example he whiled away some time calculating that smoking would be likely to take nine years off his grandmother's life.
"I expected to be awarded for my cleverness and my arithmetic skills," he said. But his grandmother burst into tears.
Grandfather talked him through how sometimes "it's harder to be kind than clever".
5. He can do blue sky thinking
As well as the fun stuff he has a serious futuristic vision.
Early on he was already imagining space hotels, amusement parks, and cities orbiting the Earth. And Mr Bezos's dreams are getting bigger
"I want millions of people living and working in space. I want us to be a space-faring civilisation," he told Geekwire last year.
He predicts that in the next few hundred years we will put all our heavy industry off this planet, mine resources and generate energy in space, leaving earth a much more pleasant place to live on.
Mr Bezos does plan to go into space himself too, of course - once Blue Origin is ready to take him.
But as Blue Origin's slogan says: Gradatim Ferociter, (apparently Latin for "Step by Step, Ferociously") maybe he's not rushing things.
Highs - and lows
The President, Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, saw his net worth increase by $162m to $16.2bn on Thursday, as the Founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, briefly overtook Microsoft’s Bill Gates to claim the title of the world’s richest person.
According to a real-time billionaires’ index compiled by Forbes, the net worth of the Chairman of Globacom, Dr. Mike Adenuga, rose by $7m to $6.2bn.
The net worth of the Founder and Executive Chairman, Famfa Oil Limited, Mrs. Folorunsho Alakija, was unchanged at $1.6bn.
Bezos leapfrogged Gates, who has been the richest man on the planet since 2013, after a rise in the share price of Amazon ahead of its latest results due later on Thursday.
According to the Forbes’ index, the rise pushed the value of Bezos’s fortune to $91bn, compared with Gates’ wealth of $90bn.
But as Amazon shares fell back, Gates regained the top spot.
Their riches are calculated on the share prices of their respective companies and at the current values, Bezos’s stake is twice as big as the carmaker Ford.
Amazon shares have soared this year, making the company worth more than $500bn and boosting Bezos’s wealth, as he owns 17 per cent of the company, according to The Guardian.
He also has a number of other investments, including in Google, Uber, Twitter and airbnb, worth more than $5bn.
At the start of 2017, Bezos was ranked the fourth richest in the world, behind Gates, the investor Warren Buffett and Amancio Ortega, who founded Inditex, the company behind retailer Zara.
In support of her Clara Lionel Foundation, sensational pop star Rihanna met with the French President Emmanuel Macron to discuss education.
In a press briefing after the meeting, Rihanna said the French President was incredibly welcoming.
She added that a big announcement is coming during the UN week in September, and her foundation is planning on embarking on more work in Africa in October.
Macron shared a photo on Twitter of the two of them sitting to talk, with the caption:
@ GlblCtzn , @ ClaraLionelFdn and @ rihanna to # FundEducation . 264M children are out of school: let’s take up this challenge!
Rihanna likewise shared a post on Twitter after the meeting saying:
Thank you Mr. President @EmmanuelMacron and Madame First Lady for the incredible meeting and passion for global and girls education!
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Dr Livinus Nosike is the author of the book: OVERVIEW OF THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY – A New Perspective in the Saga of the Oil and Gas Struggle. Marking his birthday today the 26th of July, seasoned OAP and TV presenter, Mary Chinda, had an indepth discussion with the petroleum expert, discussing his work and his intrest in the progress of Enugu youths.
Mary Chinda: Doctor, today is important to you I guess. So what does this birthday signify to you?
Dr Livinus Nosike: First I thank God for his grace and the strength, health and passion to come this far. I tell people that birthday trend has two curves, the upward and the downward. From 40 years, it is time to start looking back to give to society, to leave a legacy, to do what we have always wanted to do.
Mary Chinda: Talking about giving back to society, what are you doing for youths in Enugu?
Dr Livinus Nosike: It is not just for Enugu, it’s for the whole Nigeria. We are giving young people and all who can still show the passion a chance to get into the oil and gas industry. The industry is evolving, with changing oil price there is a call for diversification of oil resources. Today we talk not only of crude oil as in the Niger Delta, but of shale gas, biofuel and coal liquefaction for petroleum products. Enugu is becoming a focal point because of the vast tons of coal seams that can serve to generate energy and petroleum products.
Mary Chinda: How will you describe the scholarships you sponsor?
Dr Livinus Nosike: You will recall that I myself I am a beneficiary of a major scholarship for my later academic and work training. The intension was to train few of us who will understudy the International Oil Companies and then pass on this knowledge to others. It was not easy to train a handful at international levels for many years, but it is even less easy for us now to train thousands of Nigerians locally. We have just started offering scholarships for this phase of the technological knowledge transfer processes.
Mary Chinda: Why are you doing the current training for Enugu Youths?
Dr Livinus Nosike: Like never before, since the defunct coal era in Enugu, has there been this will to revamp the Enugu coal. Not as the old technology, but with integration of CO2 or Green House Gas capture and sequestration to abate pollution. As well as use the coal for power and petroleum products. There have been recent talks between the State government and South African investors and other stakeholders. Integrated Elvee Services Limited (IES) is as well involved – we are preparing the youths for the upcoming opportunities.
Mary Chinda: How can anyone interested benefit?
Dr Livinus Nosike: All you need is show the interest. If this training had required heavy cost, people will complain of affordability. If we announce a scholarship with selected candidates going abroad to train, or assuring everyone they will be part of our recruitment for coal extraction and oil and gas services hands, then everyone will come. Ready or not. So we look out for motivation, we look out for commitments. People show interest by first registering for the course. It is left for IES Oil and Gas (iESog) to do the rest.
Mary Chinda: Thank you Dr for your time and the occasion to share this topic, even as we celebrate this birth day with you.
Dr Livinus Nosike: Thank you.
Dr Livinus Nosike holds a PhD in Sciences of the Universe - Tectonics and Petroleum Geology, from the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France, following a development of talent award to study for his postgraduate education in Europe. He worked in technical centres in different countries, onshore and offshore, before returning to work in Nigeria. He is a Member of the Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists
Dr Nosike is the author of the book: OVERVIEW OF THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY – A New Perspective in the Saga of the Oil and Gas Struggle. The book is now available in bookshops in every State of Nigeria www.iesog.com/bookshops
He is the Founder of IES Oil and Gas (iESog) www.iesog.com, the first fully-integrated indigenous oil and gas training and services firm with the aim of equipping every Nigerian with petroleum knowledge.
Dr Livinus Nosike a Doctor of Petroleum Geology is an oil and gas expert that has transferred his vast amount of knowledge into his latest book titled; OVERVIEW OF THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY - A New Perspective in the Saga of the Oil and Gas Struggle.
An eye opener to the unsaid reason why petroleum resource has not developed Nigeria - it turns out not to be because of corruption!
Dr Livinus is known for his continued capacity building for thousands of youths across the country in Oil& Gas. OVERVIEW OF THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY is a must read for every Nigerian. The book is available in bookshops in every state of Nigeria.
Click to see the bookshops in your State http://iesog.com/bookshops