‘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…
‘How to lead businesses through turbulent times’
Turbulence in business, which is characterised by sudden, significant and cascading changes in today’s world does not recognise or respect the organisation’s status in the industry.
‘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.
Bodyboost Fitness Club holds fitness programme
Several studies have shown that physical and mental fitness play very important roles in human lives and people who are both, physically and mentally fit are less prone to medical conditions as well.
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.
Membere-Otaji emerges board chairman of Clearline International
A new Chairman, Board of Directors has been appointed for Nigeria’s foremost pioneer Health Management Organisation, Clearline International Limited.
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.
IOCs should work with government to check insecurity, says Membere-Otaji
As you know, Nigeria, especially Port Harcourt, is almost dependent on oil and gas. Every business directly or indirectly is impacted by the oil and gas business.