100% targets for 2022
By Godwin Oritse
The Nigerianization process in Nigeria’s liquefied natural gas shipping arm, NLNG, has reached 84 percent, while NLNG Ship Management Limited, NSML is now at 85 percent, and the company’s management says the process it will be 100 percent completed at the end. 2022.
The process aimed at full control of the organization by Nigerians from both organizations in the very near future.
Disclosing this to Maritime Report in Lagos, NSML Managing Director Mr Abdulkadir Ahmed said that by the end of next year, there will be no foreigners working with the company’s shipping arm as all positions would have been taken over by Nigerians. .
But he explained that the company still retains about 15 percent of expatriate staff for some international value until the end of next year.
He said: “ Recognizing the international nature of our trade, we felt it was appropriate to allow some mixing, as we keep up to 85 percent Nigerians and 15 percent foreign sailors in order to reap the benefits of what is happening in the world; We feel it is convenient to have some kind of mix between seafarers, so we keep it up to date with 85% Nigerians and 15% foreigners. ”
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