Showing posts from September 2, 2019

Send-Forth Ceremony: As Port Management Secretary-General Passes on Batton

The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority in collaboration with other stakeholders were present to witness the official hand-over ceremony between the out-going and in-coming Secretaries-General of the Port Management Association of West And Central Africa (PMAWCA). The ceremony held today at the Association’s Headquarters in Apapa-Lagos, Nigeria. Pix 1: The outgoing Secretary General of Port Management Association of West And Central Africa (PMAWCA) Augustin Fatondji Tonan receives a gift from the in-coming Secretary General of the Association, Jean Marie Koffi at the handing over ceremony in Lagos today. Pix 2: Representative of the Managing Director NPA and the General Manager, Managing Director’s office Dr. Chinwe Abama receives a present on behalf of the Managing Director from the in-coming Secretary General of Port Management Association of West And Central Africa (PMAWCA) Mr. Jean-Marie Koffi during the event at Apapa, Lagos.

PRESS STATEMENT - Ogun State University Teaching Hospital

In line with the interim recommendations submitted by the Administrative Panel  set up to look into the remote and immediate causes of the challenges facing the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital - OOUTH, the Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has approved the immediate recruitment of resident doctors for the health institution. In a statement issued by the Chief Press Secretary, Kunle Somorin the 9-man committee chaired by Dr Yemi Onabowale, the Chief Medical Director of Reddington Hospital advised the Government to recruit competent medical doctors to fill all the manpower shortage at the Teaching Hospital. The Governor had frowned at the infrastructural and staff deficits facing the Teaching Hospital on his visit to the Hospital in June. He had also promised to return the tertiary healthcare facility to its past glory. While inauguarating the Committee, he had charged members to assess the operational modalities of the hospital and to suggest how to improve t