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Afolabi emerges as NUPENG’s general sec

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The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), has appointed Olufemi Afolabi, as the General Secretary of the union in an acting capacity.

Afolabi until now was NUPENG’s Deputy General Secretary in charge of Operations.He received the leadership baton from Adamu Song on January 1, 2019, having reached the union’s mandatory retirement age.

Afolabi, a thorough bred unionist had his first degree in Philosophy at the prestigious University of Lagos in 1991, and subsequently obtained his Masters Degree in Industrial and Labour Relations at University of Ibadan in 1997. He equally acquired Post Graduate Certificate in Labour Policies Studies in 2004, at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana.

He has been in active service for over two decades in NUPENG, precisely in the areas of Management, Training/Education, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Negotiations. He is known to be very replete with the creation, development and launch of existing viable operations with robust, deep and ingenious ideas.

His skills in industrial relations, general management and organisational development were acquired and nurtured over the years in various roles since he pitched his tent with NUPENG, where he spent bulk of his meritorious career.

Before this latest milestone in the union, Afolabi was previously known to be diligent in handling the education and training of the rank and file of the union and he was a founding member of Nigerian labour movement educators forum

He is an alumnus of numerous local and international management and professional programmes in Nigeria and other African countries, United States of America as well as other Southern and Northern American countries, Europe, Middle East and Asia.He has attended various seminars and trainings organised by International Labour Organisation (ILO).


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