Nigeria’s First Energy Talkshow on Radio Debuts

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NIGERIA’s first energy Talkshow on national radio is set to debut on Nigeria Info 99.3 FM, Lagos Tuesday, February 9.

The show, which tends to dissect the technical issues in the energy sector, would be broadcasting live for 60 minutes from the radio station in Lagos.

The first of its kind in contemporary radio broadcast in Nigeria, the show is a voice for the overly covert energy sector in Nigeria and would be discussing all the topical issues emanating from the sector and all its affiliate sectors, while also highlighting the happenings in this all-important sector like never before.

The program would cover oil, gas, power, solid minerals, finance, telecoms, aviation, insurance and maritime with a strategy to dissect all and every issues emanating from the above mentioned sub-sectors.

The show kicks off effectively on Tuesday, February 9, in Lagos, by 8am to 9pm with the topic “Deregulation and the Downstream sector: The way forward and plans to host a formidable panel of discussants consisting Femi Olawore, executive secretary Major Oil Marketers of Nigeria, MOMAN; the director of operations, Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, IPMAN; Peter Esele,, former president of the Trade Union Congress; Joseph Akinlaja, chairman House of Representative committee on Petroleum (downstream); Ahmed Farouk, executive secretary of the Petroleum Products Pricing and Regulatory Agency, and Tam David-West, a former Minister of Petroleum Resources.

The programme airs every Tuesday on 99.3 Nigeria Info Lagos 8-9 am, every Tuesday on 92.3 Nigeria Info FM Port Harcourt from 2 to 3pm, and every Friday on 95.1 Nigeria Info Abuja from 4 to 5pm.

The programme is anchored by Yemie Adeoye, an energy journalist with years of experience covering the sector both locally and internationally and Onimisi Adaba, an experienced broadcaster and presenter of repute.

— Feb 8, 2016 @ 15:25 GMT

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