Management Profile


Mr. Rowaye Jubril is a graduate of Accountancy. He worked briefly with Lister Insurance Limited before he joined Faget Nigeria Limited in 1990. Faget Nigeria Limited is a foremost shipping company located in Apapa, Lagos and owners of 2 tanker vessels and 1 multipurpose seagoing tugboat and manager/agents to foreign owners with a fleet of 25 tanker vessels. Faget also has a number of offshore contracts for service vessels with many oil producing companies in Nigeria including Mobil Producing, Texaco Overseas, chevron, Agip Energy, Statoil Nigeria Limited and Addax Petroleum.

He has held variuos positions including Assistant Manager in the Planning and Research Department, which oversees development fo new business lines for the company as well as bibs packaging for ofshore service vessels. He also held the position of Deputy Manager – Operations with responsibilities for the day-to-day operations of the vessels and port relations.

Mr. Rowaye Jubril also has proficiency in petroleum marketing/ bunkering having overseen the arm of Faget that deals with bunkering operations.
Mr. Rowaye is a holder of Master Degree (Financial Management), an Associate Member  of Nigerian Institute of Management, Associate Member Certified Institute of Shipping and Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Nigeria. He is the current secretary of the Association of Indigenous Offshore Marine Operators (AIOMO) that is in the vanguard of actualizing the effective participation of truly indigenous companies in the oil service sector.


Capt. Hans Schmid served from 1972 until 1982 in various positions in the German Merchant Navy, mainly on RO-RO vessels. His last position was Chief Mate on M/V ‘Wesertal’, a 6,500 GRT RO-RO vessels of the ship owner J. A. Reinecke, Hamburg, Germany.

Form 1982 until 1990 he served as Port Manager for the Bong Mining Company (BMC) in Monrovia, Liberia. BMC was one of the two Iron ore mining companies and exported roughly 10 Million tons of Iron ore concentrate and pellets per year to its shareholders in Europe. The BMC port handled about 120 Panamax size Bulk and OBO carriers per year for export and about 40 vessels to import fuel and supplies for the mine. The main goals to achieve were to reduce the berthing time of each vessel to an absolute minimum and the maintenance of the port itself. In this work, 10 expatriates from Europe and 200 local staff members and contractors assisted Capt. Schmid.

From 1990 until 2000 Capt. Schmid worked as a Supercargo, and Owners representative for the Seismic Ship Owner SMNG in Murmansk/Russia. For SMGN, he organized and executed class and upgrade repairs on various shipyards worldwide, for its 8 vessels. He organized supplies of technical equipment, spare parts, food, bunkers etc wherever the vessels worked in worldwide trade including crew changes every 2-month.


Mr. Dayo Orojo is a Legal Consultant, Chatered Administrator and Arbitrator.

Mr. Orojo is the Chiarman of JPA Constructos Limited 9Environmental Engineering and Construction Service) as well as the Vice Chairman/ CEO of Michael Joseph and Associates Limited (Oil Services). He is also a director if Fusion Energy Limited.

He is married with children.


Barrister ‘Wale Ilesanmi is the Adviser/ Company Secretary. He is a legal Practitioner of 18 years standing in Private practice. His chambers, Adetutu Chambers is located at 3, Yesufu Sanusi Street, Off Adniran Ogunsanys Street, Surulere, lagos.

Barrister ‘Wale Ilesanmi has handled briefs for some corporate organizations including Eko International Bank Plc, Niger Insurance Plc, Amicable Assurance Plc, AMicable bank Plc.

He is married and blessed with children.