Quality and efficient transport services are importantboth for the trading environment and the exportation of goods on the international markets. Same goes for the quality to be involved inimporting goods. Shipping is essential.
The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) functions as the agent for the development of the economy by intervening in the moderation of costissues relating to cargo transportion. This brings positive influence on the inflationary trends within Nigeria.
Keep reading to discover more about the Nigerian Shippers’ Council.
Nigerian shippers council salary
At the Nigerian Shippers Council, the average salaries for workers is N89,000.
Salaries are also often according to an employee’s qualification and skills.
As a Federal Government agency, NSC is responsible for the protection of importers and exporters in Nigeria. The protection of goods involved in foreign exchange are also inclusive.
The Nigerian Shippers’ Council is an affiliation of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) – thetwo are under the supervision of the Ministry of Transportation, Nigeria.
Hassan bello shippers council biography
Hassan Bello is currently the CEO and Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Shippers’Council.
Mr. Bello hails from Kebbi State, Nigeria. The NSC CEO had his Secondary School education in Ilorin, Kwara State (at the Federal Government College, Ilorin). He later proceeded for his Bachelor’s Degree (Law) at theAhmaduBelloUniversity,Zaria.He worked at the Sokoto State Investment Company after his National Youth Service Corps. While at this Investment Company, he became its General Manager.
In 1998, Mr. Hassan joinedtheNigerianShippersCouncilasthe AssistantDirector(Legal).Heworked his way up tobecometheDirectorof LegalServices.
By 2013, he wasappointmentasExecutiveSecretaryandChiefExecutiveOfficerof the Councilbytheformer President,Dr.GoodluckJonathan.
After his four-year tenure, Mr. Hassan was reappointed by the Federal Government of Nigeria as the Executive Secretary and CEO Nigerian Shippers’ Council.
Mr. Hassan Bello is also a council member at the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Maritime Lawyers Association (MLA), Arbitration Council of Nigeria, Provisional Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC).
Nigerian shippers’ council recruitment
The Nigerian shippers council is one of the avenues the Federal Government continues to use to create more jobs for Nigerians. Graduates and undergraduates are always recruited annually.
As at the time of writing this piece, the online recruitment application form the NSC is not out yet. However, you can always check the official website of the Council for updates.
In order to ascertain whether the 2021 recruitment of the Nigerian Shippers Council has officially began, you can check its website athttp://shipperscouncil.gov.ng.
Learn more about how you can advance your career by working with the Nigerian Shippers Council here.
Nigerian shippers’ council address
The Nigerian shippers’ council has several offices across Nigeria.
The head officeof this council is located at No.4, Otunba Ayodele Soyode Lane,Apapa, Lagos State.
P.M.B. 50617, Ikoyi,Lagos.
Email address:[email protected]
Phone number: +234(0)9090077334.
Business hours are within 8 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday.
Nigerian shippers’ council ceo
Hassan Bello is the current Executive Secretary and CEO of the Nigerian Shippers’ Council.
His leadership style has led to the advancement of the council.
Nigerian shippers’ council management
The management team of NSC is responsible for the development of the government agency.
Below are the members other management team:
- Hassan Bello – Executive Secretary/CEO.
- A. Ezedinma – Director Regulatory Services.
- V.Okam – Director Inland Transport Services.
- A. Kosoko – Director Human Resources Management.
- B.Bonat – Director Finance and Account.
- H. Idris – Director Legal Services.
- GloryOnojedo – Director South-West Zone (Ibadan).
- M. Anayo – Director South-East Zone (Aba).
- Karimatu Othman – Director North-West Zone (Ibadan).
- Philip Eduwa – Director Strategic Planning and Research.
- Chief C.C. Agu – Director Consumer Affairs.
- S Bashir – Director North-East Zone (Bauchi).
- Ify Okoluie – Director North-Central Zone
- B. Owoniyi – Director General Services.
Chairman nigerian shippers’ council
The current Chairman governing the board of the NSC is Hon. Bashir Sheriff Machina.
Other members of the governing board include:
- Alhaji Lawal Sama’Ila Abdullahi – Member.
- Otunba Seyi Oduntan – Member.
- Lady Margaret Onyema-Orakwusi – NACCIMA Rep.
- Hauwa Muhammad – Member.
- John Aluya – Member.
- Yekini Nabena – Member.
Head of nigerian shippers’ council
The head of the Nigerian Shippers’ Council is Mr.Hassan Bello. He is the currentExecutive Secretary and CEO of theCouncil.
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