PHOTOS: APM Terminals Capacity Building Workshop for Journalists

On Tuesday March 13, 2018, APM Terminals Apapa hosted a capacity building workshop for public relations managers and journalists covering the Nigerian maritime sector.

The workshop was facilitated by prominent ethics, media and communication scholar, Dr. NgoziOkpara of the School of Media and Communication, Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos; leading maritime scholar, Dr. Frank Ojadi of the prestigious Lagos Business School; and the Head of Government, Stakeholder Relations and Communications of APM Terminals Apapa, Mr. Austin Fischer.

Below are some faces at the event.

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Dr. Frank Ojadi of Lagos Business School during his presentation.
A participant making contribution.
A participant making contribution.
Resource persons and participants at the end of the workshop.
Resource persons and participants at the end of the workshop.

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L-R: General Manager, Corporate Affairs, National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Mr. Tayo Fadile; Head of Government, Stakeholder Relations and Communications of APM Terminals Apapa, Mr. Austin Fischer; Dr. Ngozi Okpara, School of Media and Communication, Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos; National Public Relations Officer of Customs, Mr. Joseph Attah; and the CEO of Ships & Ports, Mr. Bolaji Akinola.
L-R: General Manager, Corporate Affairs, National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Mr. Tayo Fadile; Head of Government, Stakeholder Relations and Communications of APM Terminals Apapa, Mr. Austin Fischer; Dr. Ngozi Okpara, School of Media and Communication, Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos; National Public Relations Officer of Customs, Mr. Joseph Attah; and the CEO of Ships & Ports, Mr. Bolaji Akinola.
More participants.
More participants.
Some more participants.
Some more participants.
Cross-section of participants.
Cross-section of participants.
Dr. NgoziOkpara of the School of Media and Communication, Pan-Atlantic University during her presentation on ethics.
Dr. NgoziOkpara of the School of Media and Communication, Pan-Atlantic University during her presentation on ethics.
Mr. Joe Sanni of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) (left) and Mr. Ignatius Nweke, Director Special Duties, Nigerian Shippers’ Council.
Mr. Joe Sanni of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) (left) and Mr. Ignatius Nweke, Director Special Duties, Nigerian Shippers’ Council.
Mr. Eugene Agha of Daily Trust making a contribution.
Mr. Eugene Agha of Daily Trust making a contribution.
Dr. Ojadi and DC Attah.
Dr. Ojadi and DC Attah.
Onajite Olusakin of APM Terminals (left) and Amaka Anagor-Ewuzie of Businessday newspapers.
Onajite Olusakin of APM Terminals (left) and Amaka Anagor-Ewuzie of Businessday newspapers.
Participants.
Participants.
Stakeholder Relations and Communications of APM Terminals Apapa, Mr. Austin Fischer during his presentation.
Stakeholder Relations and Communications of APM Terminals Apapa, Mr. Austin Fischer during his presentation.
Customs National Public Relations Officer, Deputy Comptroller Joseph Attah making an intervention.
Customs National Public Relations Officer, Deputy Comptroller Joseph Attah making an intervention.