Moghalu Urges NIWA Area Managers To Prioritize National Interest

Moghalu Urges NIWA Area Managers To Prioritize National Interest
L-R: The Managing Director of National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Chief George Moghalu and the Founder of Confluence Logistics and Transport Consults (CLTC) Limited, Hajia Aisha Ali-Ibrahim; when the NIWA boss flagged-off a training exercise for area port managers organized by CLTC in Lokoja, recently.

By Kenneth Jukpor

As part of efforts to attain the organizational goals of the National Inland Water ways Authority (NIWA), the Managing Director of NIWA, Chief George Moghalu has advised Area Managers of the Authority to work towards realizing government’s objectives in the sector.

The NIWA boss gave the advice while flagging off Training for area port managers organized by Confluence Logistics and Transport Consults Limited in Lokoja, recently.

Chief Moghalu, who described the training as timely, said it would help develop staff capacity and build synergy among sister agencies for better service delivery.

The Managing Director also commended the initiative of the Chief Executive of Confluence Logistics, Hajia Aisha Ali-Ibrahim, saying that her efforts would help achieve human capital development in the agency.

On her part, the retired General Manager, Marine and Operations Nigerian Port Authority and onetime Port Manager of the Lagos Port Complex Apapa, Hajia Aisha said the aim of the training was to give the participants better understanding of their roles and the needed synergy between NIWA and other government agencies.

Hajia Aisha noted that the officials need to be well-trained to understand their duties and develop their capacity, adding that the inland waterway has a vital role in seaport efficiency.

She described the training as timely with the recent development of Nigerian ports across the country.

Meanwhile, she described Chief George Moghalu as a man of integrity, noting that Confluence Logitics is out to train and educate NIWA staff for better service delivery that would help generate revenue.

The General Manager, Port Services, Engineer Agbahi Fidelis said he believed that after the training, the members of staff would be adequately positioned to confront any challenge in port management administration and would be able to manage any port across the country.

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