The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority NPA, Mohammed Bello-Koko, has approved the appointment of three new Port Mangers in a bid to drive the port systems for optimum operational efficiency aimed at attaining the maritime hub status for the South Saharan African region.
Revealing this in a statement, Friday, the authority’s General Manager, Corporate and Strategic Communications, Olaseni Alakija, named the newly appointed Port Managers as Yitnoe Stanley Magaji, hitherto, the Technical Assistant, Marine and Operations, to Managing Director, and now moves to Onne Ports in River State as its Port Manager.
Alakija also said that Buba Jibril, hitherto, Traffic Manager, Lagos Ports Complex LPC, moves to Tin Can Island Ports Complex, Apapa, while Ovbude Nelson Uwaifo, former Traffic Manager, Dangote Jetty, now moves to Calabar Ports as the new Port Manager.
Also, former Port Manager, Tin Can Island Port, Engr. Yunusa Ibrahim Anji, moves to the corporate headquarters as Assistant General Manager, Port Engineering, while Dantsoho M. Abubakar, former Port Manager, Onne, now becomes Technical Assistant to Managing Director on Special Duties.
Other appointments include: Okaga Charles Bamidele, former Principal Manager, Traffic Department, who now becomes Technical Assistant, Marine and Operations to the Managing Director, while Leoso Akintunde Oladipo, former Principal Manager Traffic Department of the LPC now moves to Lagos Ports Complex, Apapa, as its Traffic Manager, just as Aliyu Abubakar, Principal Manager, Traffic, Kirikiri Lighter Terminal, takes over as Traffic Manager, Dangote Jetty, Lekki. All the appointments, ita was learnt, take immediate effect./SHARE THIS