Nigeria Secure Airport Transfers and Secure Transportation Services

ETS Risk Management provides secure transportation and protective security services to a wide range of clients traveling to Lagos, Abuja, and throughout Nigeria. Our local experienced protective security team and security drivers in Nigeria have been supporting ETS for over 8 years. We offer Executive protection and armed security support for secure airport transfers and business travel security.

ETS provides travel risk management and security solutions to a range of visitors and business travelers to Lagos and Abuja and the surrounding regions, including business travelers, the energy sector, and NGOs. Our central hub of operations is in Lagos and Abuja, but our capabilities span across the country to include Port Harcourt in the south of the region.

Secure Airport Transfers in Lagos and Abuja

ETS can support all airport transfers with local security drivers and executive protection teams. We facilitate security airport transfers for a range of clients and are preferred suppliers to a number of Fortune 500 clients. Our security drivers and close protection officers provide a low-profile meet and greet service and enable secure movement to/from airport and hotels.

Our secure transportation network has a catalogue of non-armored SUVs, high-grade armored vehicles and security drivers to suit the requirement. Our team of local protective specialists include highly experienced and vetted close protection officers; their knowledge of security, logistics, emergency first aid, and understanding of local cultures ensures client operations are deployed securely and effectively at all times.

Secure airport transfers and secure transportation in Abuja, Lagos and Port Harcourt can be booked online if preferred. Please visit ExecSecure or alternatively, if you would prefer to speak to one of our team, contact us.

Armed Security Escorts in Nigeria

For Armed security in Nigeria it is legally mandated to use MOPOL. Click here to learn more about the use of MOPOL for armed security in Nigeria.

ETS operates in conjunction with MOPOL throughout Nigeria to provide an armed security capability for our clients. We provide the security driver and CPOs and direct the police while on our missions. It is important to note that ETS will never have the client based within the same vehicle as the MOPOL. The MOPOL is an armed back up for traveling during the evening hours or when moving through remote locations. An ETS close protection officer will travel with the security driver and client vehicle at all times.

Security Services in Nigeria

  • Secure Ground Transportation
  • Licensed Executive Protection Personnel
  • Local Drivers – English speaking
  • Armored and Non-Armored Vehicles
  • Armed or unarmed protection (dependent on risk and requirement)
  • Site Security Survey
  • Risk Reports

ETS Security and Secure Transportation in Nigeria

We are the trusted provider of Secure transportation to a range of Fortune 10, 100 and 500 companies in Nigeria. By utilizing our local team of security specialists, you will be reducing your exposure to the potential risks that inhabit daily life within the region. Travel executives are at greatest risk when in transit. ETS can draw from local knowledge and intelligence to assess changing situations and react accordingly. Our Nigerian team are highly qualified and experienced protectors. All of which have extended time served in the security industry and often multiple years’ experience from military and special forces operations, law enforcement and high-risk private-sector missions.

Please read our case studies to learn more about ETS in Nigeria. coming soon

Nigeria Security Overview

There is considerable instability in many regions within Nigeria and an increased risk of terrorist attacks. Most attacks occur in the Northeast, but attacks could happen anywhere. Major urban centers remain, particularly at risk. Attacks have taken place around religious and public holidays in public or crowded places, including places of worship.

There is a high threat of kidnap throughout Nigeria. Recent terrorist kidnaps have occurred mostly in northern Nigeria but could happen anywhere in the region. Kidnaps can be for financial or political gain and can be motivated by criminality or terrorism. Violent crime is common.

Road travel across Nigeria can be unpredictable and dangerous. Authorized and unauthorized vehicle checkpoints are situated on major roads and throughout the region. Humanitarian workers have been targeted in recent years by criminals operating the checkpoints. If you are unfamiliar with the environment, it is unlikely you will recognize which is a legitimate security control and which is for crime.

Road conditions in Nigeria are poor, and potholes are prolific. Road Traffic Collisions (RTCs) are frequent, and fatality rates are high due to the inadequate and crumbling state of roads. Major road transport with high volumes of vehicle travel present a dangerous threat to travelers from criminals operating in the area. Common crimes include accessing vehicles when traffic is forced to slow down, or if your vehicle has stopped in heavy traffic. Criminals are known to steal valuables and armed violence cannot be ruled out.

Public transport is dangerous and should be avoided at all times. Vehicles are poorly maintained, and drivers are unqualified. Strongly consider secure transportation Nigeria when transiting in Lagos and throughout Nigeria. A non-armoured SUV accompanied by a security driver and close protection officer will reduce the risk of being involved in dangerous or threatening situations. If traveling outside of Lagos or during the evenings, MOPOL are advised to travel in convoy at all times.

USC Marshall School Of Business – Online MBA Ranked 5 In US News

LOS ANGELES—The USC Online MBA (OMBA) from the Marshall School of Business has been recognized yet again by U.S. News & World Report in 2020 as one of its top 5 Best Online MBA Programs. USC’s online MBA launched in 2015, and has quickly become one of the most competitive programs in the market. The OMBA program was also ranked among the top three online MBA programs by Poets & Quants, and #4 top online MBA programs by Princeton Review.

“The students’ interaction with their faculty and their classmates via weekly video conferences creates a valuable learning experience, as well as a strong sense of community,” said Patricia Hughes Mills, J.D., L.L.M., Vice Dean of Online Learning and Executive Education, Marshall School of Business.

“In addition to an on-campus week at the beginning of the program where students meet and work with their cohort and team members face-to-face, weekly synchronous video meetings enhance consistent student engagement throughout the program. Our award-winning production of online materials coupled with the ongoing interaction with faculty and classmates ensures that we deliver the highest quality Marshall Education.”

The U.S. News rankings are based on the following five categories:

  • Engagement (28 percent)
  • Student Excellence (25 percent)
  • Expert Opinion (25 percent)
  • Faculty Credentials and Training (11 percent)
  • Student Services and Technologies (11 percent)

USC’s comprehensive online MBA program was built with the future of business in mind. Each course in the OMBA program was designed by USC Marshall faculty members, specifically for online learners, with coursework that is relevant to current and aspiring business leaders.

“As an online MBA student you become a member of the Trojan family,” said Brittany Hawkins, Associate Director, Online MBA Program, Marshall School of Business. ”With over 300,000 alumni worldwide, your connection with USC does not cease upon graduation. Instead you are part of an even greater lifelong and worldwide community that can only enhance your future business relationship.”

The program also provides students with skills applicable to forward-thinking leaders and executives, like managing remote employees on long-distance teams, or utilizing entrepreneurial thinking to drive business growth. USC’s online MBA has been built to facilitate camaraderie and collaboration, enabling students to build meaningful, professional connections that extend beyond graduation.

USC Marshall School of Business alumni have found success in business ventures across the globe. The Trojan alumni network is 390K members strong, including 88K from USC Marshall, giving OMBA students access to an abundance of networking opportunities and other resources.

“The USC Marshall Online MBA program attracts accomplished working professionals who need online flexibility; we are impressed year after year by the quality of our students, their passion for business, their commitment to learning, and their diverse perspectives,” said Sandra Chrystal, Marshall vice dean for online education. “It is very gratifying to provide them with an advanced business education that is personalized, experiential, innovative, and rigorous.”

The OMBA, launched in 2015, has quickly risen to the top of an increasingly competitive online degree market. The number of business schools offering online MBA programs rose from 91 to 140 between 2012 and 2017, according to accreditation body AACSB International.

Marshall built its online MBA to take full advantage of the latest technological learning tools, providing students not only with an exceptionally engaging online learning experience, but also with practical skills in virtual communication and analytics. Program leaders consulted closely with business leaders to ensure the curriculum prepares students for the challenges ahead in an increasingly global and digitally driven business landscape.

Faculty members continually update coursework, introducing new knowledge, collaboration tools, and learning experiences. Students enjoy direct access to teachers and commonly form close bonds with their online classmates, beginning during their residential week and continuing throughout the program.

“Camaraderie has been a common theme since the program’s inception,” said Miriam Burgos, OMBA academic director and associate professor of clinical marketing. “Each student brings their own area of expertise to their cohort and leverages their strengths to help their fellow classmates succeed.”

Networking is another central component of the OMBA, and distance learners become full-fledged members of the Trojan Family, which is more than 412,000 members strong and includes 89,000 Marshall alumni in 90+ countries.

About the USC Marshall School of Business

USC Marshall is one of the premier business schools in the U.S. and internationally recognized as a home for path-breaking research that emphasizes entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership and social responsibility. The USC Online MBA from the Marshall School of Business is built to help students succeed in the digitally driven business landscape, providing a curriculum focused on the practical skills expected of today’s global leaders. Marshall brings undergraduate and graduate students a unique perspective on the world, including global opportunities for experiential learning. The vibrant and active Trojan alumni community includes more than 89,000 people in 92 countries.

Consistently ranked among the nation’s premier schools, USC Marshall is internationally recognized for its emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation, leadership, social responsibility and path-breaking research. Located in the heart of Los Angeles, one of the world’s leading business centers and the U.S. gateway to the Pacific Rim, Marshall offers its 5,700-plus undergraduate and graduate students a unique world view and impressive global experiential opportunities.