Marine surveyors bridge gap for dying profession, graduates 50


THE Centre for Marine Surveyors in Nigeria has commenced moves to bridge the gap currently being experienced in the marine surveying sub-sector of the Nigerian maritime industry as it graduated its first set of 50 students.

Disclosing this to newsmen in Lagos recently, President of the Centre, Mr Akin Olaniyan said that the decision to grow a younger generation of marine surveyors was borne out of the fact that Nigeria does not lose out of the lucrative jobs and businesses in the sector to foreigner, adding that there are not enough surveyors in the industry presently.

Olaniyan also said that without the requisite training in marine survey, one cannot have a good understanding of the…

Source: Nigerian Tribune