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Freitag, 21. November 2008

Mal wieder Nigeria

Das Nigerianische Bundesministerium für die zivile Luftfahrt hat die eMail-Adresse aviation.nigeria1@googlemail.com und bittet mich um $3.000, was so um die €2000 sein dürfte.
Zugegeben: mein aus naheliegenden Gründen recht untrainierter junk-alert warnte mich eindringlichstens vor dieser mail, aber immerhin sollte man doch die Chuzpe anerkennen, mit der nicht einmal der Versuch unternommen wurde, zu verheimlichen, aus welchem Teil der Welt diese eMail stammt:

Head Base,Abuja FCT.
Tel : +2347090302314.
The Nigeria aviation industry is as agelong as the Nigerian state herself. It is a metamorphosis of radical economic and developmental thoughts hinge on two principles.
(1) That a country's air-traffic is as enormously important as the country herself in terms of viability and variables owning to the fact that it are a channel for global trade, economic advancement and (diplomatic) relationships.
(2) The evolving and dynamic nature of aviation science/technology itself.
Prior to 1950, aviation matters where assigned to the then Public Works Department (PWD). However, 1950 saw it taking its first drastic and regional step to becoming a separate department viz a viz the Department of Civil Aviation in the Public Service of Nigeria.
At independence in 1960, it was relocated as a portfolio in the Ministry of Transport and subsequently, became a distinct ministry empowered by the enactment of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Act. Of 1964 empowering it to make policies for and, regulates air navigation as a ministry. In that wise, it became the direct responsibility of the ministry to oversee air transportation, airports development-cum-standardization, provision of aviation infrastructural services and so forth as may arise from a wide spectrum of needs of the evolving nature of aviation both national and globally. Thus, the Federal Ministry is saddled with the responsibility to formulate and manage government's aviation policies. However, the Nigerian aviation industry, enjoyed quantum leaps, in the then Nigeria Airways, spiralling into a multi-faceted, profit-driven sector of the national economy following the oil boom era in the early 1970's until it was brought to a somersault by the military interregnum characterized by military exploitations in the shapes of growing costs, poor management, bad policies and unfriendly investment environment.
With technological changes and drives in the global aviation atmosphere, we are gladly welcoming foreigners whom are ready to build the Nigerian aviation dream with us in the following areas:-
(a) Partnering with the ministry in building a vibrant profit-oriented aviation environment through expertise and labour productivity.
(b) Bi-partisanship in funding thereby attracting dividends as interests/shares.
(c) Outright buying into by way of direct investment as regulated by the Nigerian Privatization Policy Act.
Remunerations for experts are worked out on a salary modality of three weeks in and three weeks out. What this means is an environment is created whereby an expatriate that wishes to see his/her family can do so for the three weeks he or she is signed off with a running salary. This modality is three thousand United States dollars ($3000) in and three thousand United States dollars out.
For investors, it’s a fifty-fifty modality after deductible taxes.
All traveling arrangements to be made by the ministry.
Interested persons are required to forward responses to aviation.nigeria1@googlemail.com
Hon. Minister of Aviation.
Mr Femi Fani-Kayode



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