The Management of the Nigerian Ports Authority, (NPA) has completed it's cycle 2 of the UNCTAD Port Training Program (TRAIN FOR TRADE).
This is in line with the Authority's drive to ensuring the availability of required professionals in the Port Industry.
Participants for the programme were drawn from wider networks of the Nigerian Ports Community.
Representing the Managing Director, Hadiza Bala Usman, the General Manager Engineering, Mr. Rufai Mohammed presented a certificate to the overall Best Test Result, Mr. Asuquo John Edet during the Graduation ceremony.
Sitting middle is the Managing Director’s representative and General Manager Engineering at the occasion, Engr. Rufai Mohammed, sitting 2nd from left is Chairman Steering Committee UNCTAD Training Programme Nigeria and General Manager Human Resources NPA, Yahaya Bukar sandwiched amidst top Management of the Authority, Technocrats, UNCTAD Resource Persons and participants of cycle 2 training during the Graduatio…
The President General of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria Mr. Adewale Adeyanju has called on tally clerks and onboard security men to exercise caution in the demand for their remuneration and pensions from the Nigeria Ports Authority.
Mr. Adeyanju made this known at a sensitization meeting with Union members where he admonished members to desist from every act of violence, misdemeanor and ignorance that may mar their chances of accessing the outstanding payments.
In his words, “I think the payment of tally clerks and onboard security men anytime from now will be made available to everybody.
“The directive has come, the approval has come from the office of the Ministry of Transportation duly signed by the Permanent Secretary on behalf of the Minister of Transport onward to the Nigeria Ports Authority for payment.
“Hence NPA has to see how she can manage to pay this money,” he confirmed.
The President General assured that as soon as the final approval is settled, the …