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CIOTA President Commends Shippers’ Council, Assures of Continued Support.

The President of the Chartered Institute of Transport Administration, CIOTA, Prince Segun Obayendo, has commended the Nigerian Shippers Council, the organisers of the 9th African Shippers’ Day, for a successful opening ceremony which took place today, 16th January, at the Lagos Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos.

Speaking to the Chairman, Local Organising Committee, Chief Cajetan Agu, Prince Obayendo, appreciated the landmark achievements the Shippers Council have achieved since the inception of the programme.

Prince Segun Obayendo joined several notable dignitaries such as Prince Ademola Adegoroye, Minister of State for Transportation, Dr. Magdalene Ajani, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Transportation, Kazumba William, Chairman, Union of African Shippers Council (UASC) ,RT. Hon. Emmanuel Jime, Executive Secretary/CEO, Nigerian Shippers Council, Giscard Lilian Ogoula,Secretary USAC, Dr Bashir Jamoh, The Director General of NIMASA, Dr George Moghalu, Managing Director of National Inland Waterways Authority, Mr Mohammed Bello, Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority, Mrs Victoria Hasstrup and many others, who graced the occasion to eulogise the Nigerian Shippers Council for its development to the maritime sector.

The President also joined the dignitaries on the exhibition area to give moral support to agencies, corporations and SMEs and also patronized their products and services.

The event is a three day event, with a line up of well seasoned presenters. Activities within the three day event include Technical Sessions, Exhibition, Awards and many other attractions.

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