Stakeholders Engagement and 2018 MARITIME CUP Champions

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) recently held a stakeholder’s engagement on the implementation of the Stevedoring Regulation 2014 at the V. C.P Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.The meeting was chaired by the Executive Director, Marine and Operations, NPA, Dr. Seconte Huttins Davies.

Sitting at the middle is the Executive Director, Marine and Operations, (NPA) Dr. Seconte Huttins Davies, to his immediate right is the Asst. General Manager, Operations, (NPA) Babatunde Esezobor Longe, while to his left is the Asst. General Manager, Tariff & Billing (NPA), Mrs. Eunice Ezeoke at the event.
Cross section of the Participants at the Stakeholders Engagement with the Nigerian Ports Authority on the implementation of the Stevedoring regulation 2014 with the Executive Director, Marine and Operations, (NPA) Dr. Seconte Huttins Davies who is standing 6th from the right.
Former Director General, NIMASA, Temisan Omatseye and the Public Relations Officer, Ugborodo Community, Delta State, Michael Okoturo at the event.
Ecstatic General Manager, Human Resources, NPA, Yahaya Bukar, Chief Executive Officer, Ships & Ports, Bolaji Akinola, President General, Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria, (MWUN) Comrade Adewale Adeyanju, the Executive Director, Operations, NIMASA, Engr. Rotimi Fasakin and team captain, NPA football team, Usman Mubarak, lifting the football trophy of the 2018 Maritime cup competition won by the Nigerian Ports Authority.
The Nigerian Ports authority’s football team, (Hadiza Warriors) lifts the trophy after winning the 2018 maritime cup in Lagos. The General Manager, Human Resources, NPA, Yahaya Bukar, who represented NPA’s Managing Director celebrates with the team at the Nigerian Ports Authority’s Sports Ground,Bode Thomas, Surulere, venue of the tournament.

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