THE MANAGING Director of
Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA),
Hadiza Bala Usman has on behalf
of the entire Management team
of the organisation expressed a
heartfelt sympathy to the Executive
Committee of the Association
of Nigerian Licensed Customs
Agents (ANLCA) over the recent
fire incidents which occurred
resulting in the loss of some official
documents at its Tincan Island Port
Complex (TCIP) locations.
The MD stated that Management
will always make sure that the
security of lives and property
which is one of its cardinal thrusts
since inception is strictly adhered
According to her, further steps
would be taken to look into ways
of safeguarding and taking drastic
measures towards preventing a
recurrence of these unfortunate
incidents across all port locations
in the country.
She made these statements
when she paid a scheduled
working visit with some members
of Management team to the
recent fire scenes, informed the
gathering that an investigative
team would be set up immediately
by Management to look into the
remote causes of the incidents and
come up with recommendations
towards preventing a recurrence
of the sad event.
Executive Committee members
of ANLCA led by Dr. Kayode
Farinto while thanking the MD
and her team on the visit solicited
for the inclusion of a member of
the Association’s Committee to be
part of the investigative team by
The Committee eulogized the
quick response and professionalism
of the NPA Fire Service Division
towards combating the inferno
which could have been more
devastating, and requested that
NPA Management provides a fire
truck to take care of its vicinity.
The Managing Director was
accompanied by the General
Managers Corporate and Strategic
Communications, Abdullahi Goje,
Lands & Assets Administration,
Adams Jatto, the Managing
Director Seaview properties Engr.
Musa Wada as well as the General
Manager in the MD’s office, Capt.
Iheanacho Ebubeogu.

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