Leadership identified as clear nexus in drive for excellent healthcare delivery
In a drive for excellence in the healthcare delivery system, leadership has been identified as a clear nexus between a range of important outcomes within the health systems, including patient satisfaction, patient mortality...
‘Nigeria needs alignment of monetary, fiscal policies for economic growth’
Dr Emi Membere-Otaji, is the Managing Director/CEO, Elshcon Group of Companies, board member of a host of other firms and agencies, and a former president, Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (PHCCIMA). In this interview with CLARA NWACHUKWU, the 61-year-old speaks on topical issues in the Nigerian economy, especially on finance and…
Amnesty not ploy to buy peace in Niger Delta, says FG
The presidency has described as erroneous the claim that the amnesty programme for ex-militants is a process to buy peace to sustain increase in crude oil production in the Niger Delta.
‘At 60, I have learnt that there’s a God factor in everything’
I am Dr. Emi Membere-Otaji. I was born on June 10 1958 in Port Harcourt. While growing up, my life has been like a ship in a sea, without an engine, no propeller, but remotely controlled by God. My mother, Deborah Lawson, was very loving. Her mother, Princess, loved me so much.
Douglas, Otaji bag Baptist High School old students’ awards
As part of events to mark the 70th anniversary celebration of Baptist High School, Port Harcourt, two of her old students, Alabo Tonye Graham Douglas and Dr Emi Membere-Otaji have been honoured with the prestigious ‘Distinguished Old Student’ award by the college’s old students association.
Membere-Otaji emerges chairman of Clearline Int’l
He is Dr. Emi Membere-Otaji. He succeeds the late Umaru Ali Shinkafi, former Director General of the National Security Organisation (NSO), who died in London in July 2016.
PHCCIMA tasks government on entrepreneurship, local production
Membere-Otaji in a statement, maintained that Make in Nigeria is a more direct message that Nigerian government is open for business as a country and to discourage capital flight.
PHCCIMA urges value addition for member businesses
The Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mines and Agriculture (PHCCIMA), has said it will continue to prioritise processes that will generate greater value for member businesses.