NPA, NIMASA, others sign Performance Bond with Marine Minister, Oyetola

L-R: Mohammed Bello Koko, Managing Director of NPA, Adegboyega Oyetola, Minister of Marine and Blue Economy, and Dr. Magdalena Ajani, Permanent Secretary of the ministry

The heads of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Nigerian Shippers’ Council and other departments under the Ministry of Marine and Blue Economy on Thursday in Lagos signed a Performance Bond with the Minister, Adegboyega Oyetola CON.

This was revealed by the Minister’s Spokesperson, Ismail Omipidan, saying the initiative is aimed at strengthening efficiency, proficiency and effectiveness for the overall development of the marine and blue economy sector.

The signing of the Performance Bond followed a fruitful and resourceful two-day retreat, organized by the Ministry in Lagos, to chart a new course towards actualisatnling its lofty objectives.

He further noted that, with the signing of the performance bond, the Ministry became the first to cascade the Performance Bond initially signed with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to its Directors and Chief Executive Officers (CEOs).

Recall that the Ministry had on Tuesday held a stimulating Stakeholders’ Roundtable Engagement with key players in the maritime sector as part of efforts to scale up its productivity and enhance Public Private Partnership (PPP) initiative for greater development.

“Today, after a stimulating stakeholders’ roundtable engagement with industry players and another two-day engaging and exciting retreat in Lagos, Directors and CEOs within the Ministry of Marine and Blue Economy, signed their Performance Bond with the minister, Adegboyega Oyetola CON.

“With this development, the Ministry becomes the first to cascade the Performance Bond initially signed with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to its Directors and Chief Executive Officers (CEOs).

“The Ministry of Marine and Blue Economy is prepared and set to actualise its deliverables and contribute to the delivery of Mr President’s Renewed Hope Agenda”, Omipidan said.

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