28 October 2011
By Prince Tonye Princewill
The Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Company, NLNG, is setting a most auspicious precedent-one which, hopefully, will serve as an inspiration to other firms, both multinational and domestic.
As I type these lines, the management and staff at NLNG’s
headquarters are busy packing boxes and cartons. They’re leaving that highly congested and expensive city for our much more accommodating metropolis. Lagos
Ironically, the firm is relocating to
Port Harcourt at a time when supposedly friendly countries, like Britain, Australia and the , have issued advisories, counselling their nationals to avoid the Niger Delta. U.S.A.