By Sodeinde Temidayo David
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has rescheduled the date for the training of successful Narcotic Assistant (NASS) candidates to December 6 from December 3.
The Director of Media and Advocacy of the NDLEA, Mr Femi Babafemi, disclosed this in a statement issued on Monday.
According to Mr Babafemi, successful candidates (Narcotic Assistants) are to report at the Jos NDLEA Academy at Kotton Rikus, with some documents, including original and photocopy of credentials with NDLEA online application reference slip.
“Four copies of 5×7 colour photograph without a headwear (cap neither a hat), writing materials, to include biro, pencils, ruler, notebooks and file jacket,” the agency stated.
Also, applicants are requested to bring their training kit and dress, including three pairs of white which should be unmarked, round neck vests and navy blue shorts without stripes.
For those who need extra dressing, the agency stated they must bring two black trousers and white long sleeve shirts, with two pairs of national dress or suit and casual wear and shoes.
This will also include two pairs of white and black socks, as well as two pairs of pure black canvas trainers. According to the institution, rubber type shoes are not acceptable.
Candidates are further required to bring kits that will prepare and make their living and rest in the training period, including two white bedsheets and pillowcases, one blanket, which must be a grey or army green colour.
Like every other programme, candidates have been told to bring some pocket money and toiletries while buckets, cutlasses and brooms.
Mr Babafemi further stated that successful candidates must observe the coronavirus protocols, and must have two black cloth facemasks.
He pointed out that candidates that fail to report to the training venue by 6:00 p.m. of the stipulated date would be disqualified.
Recall that the NDLEA had initially fixed September 25 for the training before it was postponed.
NW Tech Capital Appoints Stella Damasus to Help Boost African Expansion
By Adedapo Adesanya
Nigerian veteran actor and singer, Stella Damasus, has been appointed as the lead Consultant for talent acquisition of Las Vegas-based company, NW Tech Capital (NWTT) Beauty and Wellness division in its African expedition.
In a statement, the company said, “NW Tech Capital and TROPICSLAB is pleased to announce that award-winning Nollywood celebrity Stella Damasus, has joined us, as lead Consultant for talent acquisition of the company’s Beauty and Wellness division in its African expedition.”
It was disclosed that she will be tasked with the responsibility to expand the company’s tentacles by acquiring the best talents to fulfil the vision of establishing a flurry of high-end celebrity cosmetic brands across Africa.
NW Tech Capital, a publicly traded diversified holding company that was founded in 1996, is actively involved in the acquisition and investment of small, mid-size, and development-stage private businesses in varied industries.
Based on Tropicslab’s clinically tested formula, over the next five years, NWTT projects to invest at least $100,000,000 in Africa, in Skincare research and development, manufacturing, distribution, and marketing, to generate substantial revenue for our shareholders and to help combat skin cancer for people of colour.
Speaking on the projection, NWTT CEO Mr Cedric Yengo said – “Stella brings with her a wealth of experience and refined skill in talent acquisition that is almost unparalleled in today’s market.
“With her extensive connections in the industry and her acumen for strategic alliances, we believe that Stella will help us to position ourselves as the premier Beauty and Wellness Company, in the nearest future”.
According to Ms Edith Delight CEO of Tropicslab, “The Task Force led by Stella Damasus will begin accepting applications from celebrities immediately, for the creation of high-end celebrity cosmetic brands”.
Orazulike Joins Ecobank Nigeria Board as Non-Executive Director
By Modupe Gbadeyanka
A seasoned business magnate, corporate administrator and philanthropist, Mr Nnaeto Orazulike, has been appointed to the board of Ecobank Nigeria Limited as a non-executive director.
A statement from the financial institution disclosed that the appointment of the founder and Group Managing Director of Genesis Group took effect from April 2022.
Genesis Group is a Nigerian conglomerate with interests in restaurants, cinemas, hotels, food production and oil & gas services and production.
The businessman would be expected to the board his wealth of experience from similar positions in the past as he had previously served on the board of Fidelity Bank Plc between 2008 and 2017.
He is the National Chairman of the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture Trade Group on Tourism and Hospitality. He also currently sits on the boards of various companies and organizations including Shelf Drilling Nigeria, West African Metal Processing Co. Ltd., Fate Foundation, and Spiritan University, Nnochi Imo State.
Mr Orazulike is a graduate of the University of Nigeria with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree and an alumnus of Harvard Business School, Executive Training Program. He was also awarded the prestigious Honorary Doctor of Science degree by the University of Port Harcourt in 2015
It was stated that he was picked for this position because he has distinguished himself as a leader in his various endeavours, pioneering and promoting professions through the growth of indigenous talents in Nigeria and beyond.
It was said that the appointee embodies the pan-African vision of the bank and brings with him the wealth of experience, professionalism, and integrity which has earned him national and international acclaim.
Adewale Oyerinde Takes Over as New NECA DG
By Adedapo Adesanya
The Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) has appointed Mr Adewale Oyerinde as the Director-General of the association, effective on Monday, August 1, 2022.
NECA’s President, Mr Taiwo Adeniyi, made this known in a statement on Sunday in Lagos.
The position of Director-General became vacant following the demise of late Dr Timothy Olawale in September 2021.
Mr Adeniyi said that Mr Oyerinde was expected to build on the legacies of professionalism and excellent service that the association was known for and take it to greater heights.
Prior to his ascension, Mr Oyerinde was the Deputy Director and Head of Membership Services of the association.
Mr Oyerinde joined NECA in 2010 and has worked in various capacities in the Social, Economic and Labour Affairs Department and also the Learning and Development Department of the association.
He has over 16 years of experience in Industrial and Human Resources (HR), Business Development, Stakeholders Management and key areas of Employers’ Federation/Business Membership Organisation Management.
Mr Oyerinde, according to the statement, is an HR thought-leader and International Labour Organisation (ILO) trained Master Trainer
He is also a United Nations Industrial Development Organisation-trained ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System), ISO 1400:2015 Lead Auditor.
Mr Oyerinde holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from the University of Lagos. He is an alumnus of the International Training Centre of the ILO and a full member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM), among others.
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