Adewole Congratulates Kyari On His Nigerian Mining And Geosciences Society Fellowship

The Publisher of Swift Reporters has commended the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Mallam Mele Kolo Kyari on his conferment with the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society Fellowship

It will be recalled that at the 56th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining & Geosciences Society (NMGS) held on Tuesday at the University of Ibadan, the GMD of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Mallam Mele Kolo Kyari was conferred with the Fellowship of the Society.

“You have always worn diligence, dedication and professionalism like a toga. It was only a matter of time before success would locate you. Congratulations on your achievements. I wish you greater heights, Adewole said.

The Nigerian Mining and geosciences Society (NMGS) succeeded the Nigerian Mining Geological and Metallurgical Society (NMGMS) which was founded on 15th January, 1961 and officially inaugurated on 17th December, 1962. The society is an international, non-governmental and non- profit making professional organization.

Its Objectives include: Advancement and practice of Mining, Earth sciences and Metallurgy; Acquisition, preservation and dissemination of mining geoscientific and metallurgical knowledge; Publication of an interdisciplinary learned journal of Mining and Geology (JMG), the CRUST, periodicals and specialized books including annual books of abstracts and programmes of the society’s conferences and activities and upholding the ethics and safeguarding the interests of the interests of the professions covered by the society.

The society also has statutory representation in the council of the Nigerian Mining Engineers and Geoscientists (COMEG) established by the Federal republic of Nigeria Decree No. 40 of 1990. The categories of membership are Fellow, Corporate, Graduate, Students, Affiliate, Institutional and Honorary fellow. The current membership strength of over 5000 includes Nigerian and foreign professionals and practitioners working or who have worked within the country.

In order to adequately cater for the interests of the various disciplines represented in the society and its widely dispersed membership, the society recognizes local chapters and specialist groups whose activities are directed at strengthening the NMGS in achieving its objectives.

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