MARAN felicitates with Adeyanju, UMAR, AUWAL, Nnadi, and Bomodi on their new positions


Maritime Reporters Association of Nigeria, MARAN has congratulated the President General, Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN), Prince Adewale Adeyanju,  on his election as the 1st Vice President of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), and Mr. Aminu Umar as the 7th President of the Nigerian Chamber of Shipping, NCS.

MARAN also used the opportunity to congratulate Comptroller Mohammed Auwal, Comptroller Dera Nnadi and Comptroller Timi Bomodi on their appointments as the Customs Area Controllers of Apapa , Seme  and KLT Commands, respectively.

A press statement signed by Gboyega Oni, MARAN Acting President and Pearl Ngwama, Secretary, said the elections of both Prince Adewale Adeyanju and Mr. Aminu Umar did not come to the association as a surprise.

According to the statement, The MWUN President General, Adeyanju has distinguished himself as a man of the masses, particularly the maritime workers. Under him, Nigerian maritime workers have experienced and enjoyed improved working conditions and better wage/salary.

Serving at the national stage, Prince Adewale Adeyanju will certainly bring to bear his wealth of experience as a labour man on the lives of Nigerian workers. We wish him well and the better for Nigerian workers.

Mr. Aminu Umar is a round peg in a round hole. As a seasoned shipping magnate and Managing Director of Sea Transport Group, Umar will definitely make a difference as the President of NCS because of his experience. We expect the Chamber to begin to come up with policies that will make meaningful impact on the industry.

On the Customs appointment, the statement noted that  the three Comptrollers of Customs – Auwal, Nnadi and Bomodi – are fine officers who have distinguished themselves in the services of the Nigeria Customs Service. MARAN has had a long-standing relationship with them particularly Comptrollers Nnadi and Bomodi who had served as Public Relations officer of Apapa Customs Command and National Public Relations Officer of the Service.

“They are knowledgeable and competent. To us at MARAN, the Service stands better as their experiences will manifest in the execution of the Service mandate of trade facilitation, revenue generation and suppression of smuggling,” the statement said, adding, “We wish them the best.”




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