Aoiri Obaigbo

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Aoiri Obaigbo attended Immaculate Conception College, Benin City, the University of Benin, and the University of Lagos Masters in Literature class.

Aoiri was Editor of Mister Magazine, and Head of Media and Communication, Western Operations, Shell Nigeria.[1] [2] His play, Re-incarnation made the BBC World Service shortlist in 1992 and his collection of poems, Proverb Child made the Association of Nigeria Authors/ Cadbury Poetry Competition shortlist in 1992.[3]

References

  1. Shola O’Neil (Oct 8, 2007). "N175b debt threatens Shell's operations". The Nation. http://www.thenationonlineng.net/archive2/tblnews_Detail.php?id=33520. "The company's Aoiri Obaigbo, who confirmed the financial position of the company ..." 
  2. "20 months after, Shell to resume Western Niger Delta operations". The Nation. Aug 8, 2007. Archived from the original on Feb 24, 2016. http://www.thenationonlineng.net/archive2/tblnews_Detail.php?id=27435. "SPDC's Aoiri Obaigbo, however, felt that the level of underdevelopment in the region was beyond the oil firms' capability." 
  3. Shola O’Neil (August 1, 2007). "Shell begins reclaiming of 47,000 bpd". The Nation. http://thenationonlineng.net/archive2/tblnews_Detail.php?id=26797. 

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