Shippers’ Council  Seeks NARTO, MWUN Collaboration To Fight Corruption On Ports Corridor

Shippers’ Council  Seeks NARTO, MWUN Collaboration To Fight Corruption On Ports Corridor
Executive Secretary, Nigeria Shippers’ Council (NSC), Hon. Emmanuel Jime

 

Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has called for the collaboration of Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners(NARTO) and the Maritime Workers Union(MWUN) to sanitize the port corridor.of bribery and corruption.

The Coordinator General, Port Standing Task Team (PSTT) under the NSC, Mr. Moses Fadipe has said that for the ports corridors to be freed, the team needs to work with the Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO) and Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigerian (MWUN).

Moses Fadipe who said this during a meeting held at the NSCl headquarters in Lagos stated  that the illegalities on the port corridors were being tackled as a lot of state and non-state actors are currently being profiled.

He alleged that some persons pose as NARTO workers to extort money on the port corridors.

In his response, the Executive Secretary, NARTO, Mr. Ogbogo Aloga, said anyone collecting money on the port corridors is involved in an illegal act. He appealed to the PSTT to address illegalities along Mile 2, Tin Can and Liverpool.

NARTO President, Yusuf Lawal said there is need for collaboration amongst all agencies working in the ports.

He further stated that the transport sector of the maritime industry is currently going through a tough time.

Also, speaking at the meeting the President-General of Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN), Comrade Adewale Adeyanju, expressed the readiness of the Union to support the team to ensure successful curbing of illegalities at the port.

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