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Honor to Employers and Respect for Employees; Commitment to Organizational Objectives; Growth by Teamwork and Continuous Learning; Upholding Integrity in all Circumstances.


  • Nationality                                            -               Nigerian
  • Date of Birth                                        -               April 4, 1964
  • Marital Status                                      -               Married


  • 1988     University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. - B.Sc. GEOGRAPHY

  • 1985       Federal Government College, Odogbolu, Ogun State, Nigeria. - GCE (ADVANCED LEVEL)

  • 1982       Federal Government College, Odogbolu, Ogun State, Nigeria. - GCE (ORDINARY LEVEL)


  • Strong Cross-Sectorial Experiences: Logistics Management (Land & Maritime), Health, Safety & Environment


  • Skills: Policy Planning/Formulation, Project Management, Community and Public Relations, Events

         Planning & Management.

  • Technological Awareness (ICT):  Microsoft Office Suite, Graphics (Corel Draw, Adobe), etc;
  • Personality Traits: Honest, Emotionally Stable, Humorous;
  • Teamwork: Ability to Work in Multi-Cultural Environments and Respect for Gender Sensitivity and Diversity;
  • Communication and Commitment to Continuous Learning.
  • Languages Spoken: Fluent English.


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Rangk Limited is a provider of offshore logistics support services to the oil and gas E&P companies in Nigeria. The company has a running fleet of six vessels of different configurations servicing a number of International Oil Companies in Nigeria.  The total value of the Assets (vessels) in estimated to be over $20.0M and a Turn-Over of more than One Billion Naira annually. My primary duties include among others, the following:

  • Reporting to the General Manager, Operations, I function as the Safety Officer in charge of Health, Security, Safety and Environment (HSSE) issues; responsibilities include but are not limited to compliance with all HSSE undertakings and procedures on and off contract, offshore and onshore. I manage all records, statistics and other necessary information the company requires. To this end, I coordinated the development the Company’s Safety, Quality and Operations Manual - Safety Management Systems, various standard operating procedures on the vessels; the different Corporate policies on all aspects of HSSE and Vessels operations.

  • I am the Radiation Safety Officer of the Company. I interface between the company and the Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NNRA); my roles have included getting the Company’s designated vessel registered and be fit to carry and transport nuclear materials such as isotopes from client’s bases to their offshore locations.

  • I was able to coordinate the registration of the Company with the Offshore Contractors International Marine Forum’s Offshore Vessels Inspection Database (OCIMF/OVID).

  • I also handle matters bothering on Competencies, Training and Certification requirements of the Crews; the administration and support staff as well. To this end, I developed the Training Policy and Schedule for the both the crews and support staff.

  • Reporting to the Executive Director of Shipping Services, I handle the Insurance matters relating to the operational Equipment and Crew – Hall and Machinery (H&M) Insurance, and the Protection and Indemnity (PandI) Insurance.

  • Reporting to the Executive Director, Offshore Services, I handle matters relating to Corporate Image of the company; this involves design and production of corporate profile, management of relationships with our partners and clients.

  • I berthed the Safety Management Committee of the company; I also steer it’s activities so as to ensure all safety procedures and requirements are standardized and adhered to company-wide.

  • I manage our relationships with the Nigeria Ship-owners’ Association of Nigeria (NiSA) and it’s annual Nigerian Maritime Expo (NIMAREX), Nigerian Petroleum Exchange (NIPEX), Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCD&MB), Nigerian Chamber of Shipping (NCS), Nigeria Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NNRA), Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) and the United Sates Commercial Consulate. I, also, represent the company at the Security Sub-Committee with Marine Vessel Owners of the Oil Producers Trade Section (OPTS), ExxonMobil Contractors Forum and other relevant bodies.

  • I am also involved in the matters of Business Development; thus I am part of the Asset (Vessels/Ships) Management Team. The team monitors and directs the operation of the vessels in order to ensure the high level of efficiency demanded in the execution of Contracts. Thus the Team acts as the Interface between Rangk Ltd and her clients. The Team ensures strict compliance to the agreed Terms of Contract.


  • Aside participating actively in the team that negotiated the Sale’s & Purchase of MV C Radiant, a Fast Support & Intervention Vessel (FSIV) from the United States in 2012, I was part of the delivery team that sailed Vessels from United States to Nigeria. A journey of over 6,500 nautical miles. I sailed up to Belem, Brazil; a journey of about 3,500 nautical miles.

  • Developed a 20-year Corporate Development Plan that was present to the US EXIM Bank during the visit of the Bank’s Representative official visit to Nigeria in September 2010.


  • Training on Fire Safety and Emergency Management by the Lagos State, June 2016.
  • Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) Marine Contractors Management Forum, 11 February 2016, Lagos.
  • National Training Course for Radiation Safety Officers in the Oil & Gas Industry organized by the National Institute of Radiation Protection and Research (Sept. 14 -18, 2015); Valid till September 2017.
  • ExxonMobil Fundamentals of Safety (EMFOS) Training, Nov. 12 – 15, 2013 in Lagos.
  • International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code implementation and Governance Stakeholders Conference organized by NIMASA at the Eko Hotel in June, 2013.
  • Workshop on “Understanding Cabotage and Local Content in the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry (Upstream)” organized by the Nigerian Chamber of Shipping on the 25 – 28 March, 2013.
  • Ship Purchase Workshop (Theme: “Empowering Indigenous Participation”) - (16-17 Of August 2010) - organized by the Indigenous Ship Owners’ Association (Isan) and Ocean Pearle Maritime.
  •  “Sensitization Workshop on the Seafarers’ Identity Document (Sid) Convention” (03 - 08 – 2010). Organized by the Nigeria Maritime Management and Safety Agency (NIMASA);
  • NIMASA-ISAN Summit on Promoting Nigerian Flag Administration and Viable Maritime Industry (May 18 – 19, 2010) organized by Nigeria Maritime Management and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and the Indigenous Ship Owners’ Association (Isan) in Port Harcourt.;
  • January 2010 - July 2010: Rangk Management Trainee Program: Attachment to the Company’s departments and vessels. Report was written and submitted to Management and the end of the program.

Aside several activities, I Consulted for THOMASINNE NIG. LTD., No. 100, Abiola Road, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos. I developed the following for the afore-mentioned:

  • “Workshop for Secretaries and Personal Aides to Top Executives in Maritime Sector”, 10 – 21 September, 2007 in Accra, Ghana; Organized for NIMASA Staff. Topics included “Conflict Management in an Organization”; Effective Communication & Report Writing”; “Leadership Styles & Motivation”; and “Office Administration & Human Relationship at Work; “Cabotage Law in Nigeria”.
  • Workshop on Maritime Pollution for Mid-Level Managers in the Federal Ministry of Transport and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)”, 15 – 20th June, 2008 in Accra, Ghana. Organized by ThomasInne Ltd.

C. i.   October 2006 – July 2007:  TRANSNATIONAL HAULAGE LIMITED, No. 10, Abebe Village Road, Iganmu, Lagos.



Management of the Corporate Asset which included Overall Fleet Size was over 150 trailers; Annual Turn Over – over N1.5bill; Staff Size – over 300 spread across 3 regions (Lagos, Ibadan & Kaduna). Generated inter and cross regional reports and analyses on key aspects of the business for the Management with a view to setting up monitoring standards and KPIs for all levels of the business. I participated in developing business plans for new initiatives and expansions.


  • Contract Agreement with Consolidated Breweries Plc as Key Transporters.
  • Contract Agreement with Olams Nig. Ltd as Transporters Goods – Rice, Cash Crops, etc.
  • Initiated and Developed the Company Workers’ Manual and Workers’ Benefits
  • Initiated & Developed Templates for various Records e.g. Fuel (Diesel) & Tyre Consumption

C.ii.         March 2005 – September 2006:  POST: REGIONAL LOGISTICS MANAGER (Kaduna Region)


Reporting to the Managing Director through the General Manager, I did oversee the operations in the entire northern region of Nigeria, with the regional office based in Kaduna. The region operated with a fleet of over 20 trailers (Assets worth over N300M), over 70 staff over comprising of drivers and their assistants, auto-engineering crew, accounts and administrative staff. The operations involved the supervision of deliveries and orders in accordance with set weekly targets; this we pushed up from an average of N3.0m to over N4.0m (i.e. >N200.0M turnover annually). I supervised the development of work schedule for the drivers in order to ensure timely deliveries, compliance to vehicle maintenance schedule, and management of the procurement process of spares and parts by emplacing inventory control measures.


  • 2006Fleet Operation Managers Program by Workforce Management Centre Limited, Lagos (facilitated by Nigerian Breweries Plc);
  • 2005 – Training on Fleet Maintenance by MakTay Consulting Ltd, (facilitated by Nigerian Breweries Plc);

During this period, I was involved in a number of private initiatives. Such business endeavors included drawing up proposals and bids for various kinds of public and private sector contracts/projects such Building Renovations, Outdoor Signages, Promotional Events and Manpower Training/Capacity Development.


    • Corporate: Management & Administration, Membership Growth, Membership Programs & Benefits, Sponsorships, etc.
    • Policy Development: Programs on Advocacy, Education & Awareness, Communication, Socio-Economic & Political Issues, etc.


  • Official Inauguration Ceremony of the Organization, featuring public lecture titled “GATT, AFRICA AND GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION” delivered by Dr. Evans Aina, Director General of the then FEPA;

  1. August 1993 – October 1993:   BOULEVARD FINANCE LTD, No. 6B, Lalupon Close, Off Keffi Street, Ikoyi, Lagos.

POST:  ASSISTANT MANAGER (Business Development)


  • Marketing for Deposits: The Marketing Team responsible shopping for depositors’ fund. This is with the overall objective of driving up the depositors’ fund, investable funds, liquidity and asset base of the company.
  • Financial Products Development: I participated in the development of various financial products and the respective strategies to launch into the market.
  • Funds Management: We undertook market research and the corresponding risk analysis of investable funds; I was also on the credit committee to assess financial facilities and monitor the performance of such facilities.
  • Import and Export Trading: Aside facilitating loans for customers’ Import-Export (Impex) businesses, we also invested our funds in Impex; the company engaged in the importation of various merchandize such as household appliances.

          Federal Secretariat, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria.


I functioned as a Desk Officer in International Unit of the Planning and Evaluation Department. The unit was responsible for the development of the Agency’s various Policies, Industrial Regulations and Procedures; we were also responsible for the follow-up actions (Policy Formulation, Analysis and Execution) on International Environmental Treaties and Agreements to which Nigeria is a Party. These were mainly Bilateral and Multi-Lateral (UN, IMF, AU, World Bank) Issues such as Climate Change, Ozone Layer Depletion, Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Wastes, Desertification, etc.

  1.              Milestones:

  • Served as Personal Assistant to the Head (Asst. Director) of Planning and Evaluation Department.
  • Researched into the Sources and Levels Ozone Depleting Substances in Nigeria. This formed the baseline study for further researches and ultimately the establishment of the Nigerian National Ozone Office in the United Nations Office, Abuja.
  • Participated in the wide reaching processes leading to the promulgation of the various Waste Management (Solid, Effluent and Air Borne) Standards and Laws.
  • Research Assistant to the UNEP Consultant that developed the “Towards a Sustainable Environmental Management Plan for Nigeria” in 1991; this was Nigerian Government’s Official Report to the Earth Summit.
  • Served as Research Assistant to the World Bank Consultant on the Status of Nigeria in the Usage of Ozone Depleting Substances by Nigerian Industries in 1991.
  • Served as Research Assistant to the UNIDO Consultant on the Financing of the Transfer of Technology for the Nigerian Industries using Ozone Depleting Substances.
  • Part of the Nigerian Delegation to the 4United Nations Preparatory Session for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (Earth Summit) held in the U.N. Headquarters in New York, April, March 3 – April 2, 1992.
  • Attached at various times, to work with International Consultants from the World Bank, United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), United Nations Industrial Organization (UNIDO) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on several projects.

Trainings/Competency Development:

  • 1993 – African Regional Workshop on the Implementation of Agenda 21, Abuja (a follow-up activity of the Earth Summit);
    • 1992– International Seminar on Oil Industry and the Environment, organized by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (FEPA) and the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC);
      • 1992 – National Workshop on Environmental Impact Assessment organized by the British Council and FEPA in Lagos;
      • 1992 – International Seminar on the Industry and the Protection of the Ozone layer in Nigeria, organized by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (FEPA) and the United Nations Environment program (UNEP), Abuja;

1991 – Water & Sanitation Management Seminar by AMCEN’s Soil & Fertilizer Network (SOFERNET) in Banjul, The Gambia;

  • 1991 – International Conference on Oil Spill Contingency Plan for Nigeria organized by the National Committee on Oil Spill Contingency Planning.

         Command H/Q, State Secretariat, Ibadan.


Responsibilities:   General administrative duties.

State Directorate for Rural Development (S.D.R.D.), Governor’s Office, Owerri, Imo State.


Reporting to the Head of Unit, I was involved in the design, evaluation and supervision of drilling and maintenance of the water borehole projects. We also liaised with host communities on their other development needs.


  1. Extra-Curricular Activities

President, Federal Government College Odogbolu Old Students’ Association, Member, Nigerian Environmental Society (M.N.E.S.); Member, Nigerian Red Cross


b.                   Hobbies:

Photography, Arts, Sports, Knowledge Seeking (R&D), Music, ICT, Voluntary Services and Cooking.

    • Environmental Analyst to Nigerian Television Authority, Channel 5, Lagos.
    • 2011: Participated in the Technical Review of Vehicular Emissions Regulations for Lagos State;

Organised by Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) and Lagos State Environmental Protection Authority (LASEPA). December 14, 2011.

  • 2003 - “Climate Change In Nigeria: A Communication Guide for Reporters & Educators” (Participated in the

Review Panel of Experts pooled together by the Development Communications Network (DEVCOMS) under the auspices of Nigerian Environmental Study/Action Team (NEST) and Global Change Strategies International Inc. (GCSI). 2003 – Business Opportunities in the Oil & Gas Industry Upstream Sector by Leander Consulting;

  • 2003SNEPCO Deepwater Local Content Workshop, by Shell Nigeria Exploration & Production Company


  • 1994 – I presented a paper titled “Realizing the Goals of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) In Nigeria: An Environmentalist’s Perspective”. During the Arts Exhibition organized by the Children Support League International (CSLI), 15-17, December 1994 at the National Theatre, Lagos. This was a contribution to Nigeria’s efforts at raising awareness against the Rwandan Genocide.


  • National Training Course for Radiation Safety Officers Sep 2015
  • ExxonMobil Fundamentals of Safety Nov 2013
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