The Federal Government has begun the removal of water hyacinth, a wild weed that grows in the sea from Lagos waters. The leafy water plant, which has constituted grave danger to navigation in Nigeria’s territorial waters in the last three months, has made it difficult for boat operators and other river craft users to navigate safely in the lagoons, creeks and channels.
Chiemelie Ezeobi writes on how MGVOWGAS, a wholly indigenous Nigerian company in the oil and gas sector has been promoting the local content law, thus curbing capital flight The Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer of MGVOWGAS, Mr. Godwin Izomor, has demonstrated that he has a great passion for Nigeria’s local content law as evidenced in his company’s N4billion fabrication yard, undergoing construction at the area Woji/TranAmadi Waterfront of Port Harcourt.
He posts the image of an unassuming man. But he is loaded with great business ideas, essentially in the technical genre of engineering, which deals with pipeline, fabrication, construction and marine logistics, sub-sea engineering and construction. His name is Godwin Odokpa Izomor, the Managing Director of MG Vowgas Ltd.