NPA MD appoints three Port Managers, redeploys others

In a bid to regig Port operational efficiency and in the quest to become the Maritime hub in Africa, South of the Sahara, the Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has approved the appointment of three new Port mangers.

The new appointees are Yitnoe Stanley Magaji Technical Assistant Marine and Operations to Managing Director as Port Manager Onne while Buba Jibril, formerly Traffic Manager, LPC moves to Tin Can Island Port as Port Manager and Ovbude Nelson Uwaifo Traffic Manager, Dangote Jetty, now Port Manager Calabar

The erstwhile Port Manager Tin Can Island Port Engr. Yunusa Ibrahim Anji moves to corporate headquarters as Assistant General Manager Port Engineering while  Dantsoho M. Abubakar former Port Manager, Onne now becomes Technical Assistant to Managing Director, Special Duties.

Other appointments include: Okaga Charles Bamidele, former Principal Manager, Traffic, now Technical Assistant Marine and Operations to the Managing Director. Leoso Akintunde Oladipo, Principal Manager Trafffic LPC assumes duty  as Traffic Manager Lagos Port Complex while Aliyu Abubakar, Principal Manager Traffic Kirikiri Lighter Terminal takes over as Traffic Manager, Dangote Jetty, Lekki.

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