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 I grew under  protective parents – Celine Ifeora

Celine Amaka Ifeora is the Deputy Director in charge of Monitoring and Enforcement,  Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC).

Mrs. Ifeora is a combination of brain and beauty.

Her busy schedule as the Head of Monitoring and Enforcement is unprecedented. It took quite a long while before we could get her for this interview.

A staff of the Council once said that it takes a staff of her department hardwork to win her love. 

One thing stands Ifeora out at any public event, she bares her mind with guts because of her grasp of the maritime industry. 

At an event sometimes ago, while addressing stakeholders on the efforts of the Council on behalf of agents and Shippers’, the angry agents and Shippers’ had no choice than to applaud her oration and vast knowledge of the industry.

Despite all these qualities, you will need a person to point the elegant Mrs Ifeora to you at public functions because of her humble posture.

Meet our maritime lifestyle guest this week, Mrs Ifeora 

My name is Celine Amaka Ifeora; I am from Anambra state.

I am the Deputy Director, Monitoring and Enforcement at the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC).

My favourite food is rice and I like green colour.

I love reading/watching television. It is my way of relaxing from hard day work.

I am a lover of table tennis because it is an exciting game.

My growing up was normal and very peaceful. I grew under both protective parents.

I attended Presbyterian Girls School, Victoria, Cameroon. Federal university of Technology, Owerri (FUTO).

Looking down on fellow human being turns me off while happy faces turn me on.

My philosophy of life is that one should take things with diligence because there is no hurry in life

I am more patient and more appreciative to God Almighty.

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