… thanks NIMASA DG, other stakeholders
By PEARL NGWAMA
The leadership of Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has announced the good news of the release of five of its members who were kidnapped on the kula abomema water ways on their way to attend an official meeting in Port Harcourt.
It used the opportunity to thank all well meaning Nigerians and stakeholders for standing with the association in its hour of need and pain.
MWUN said it deeply appreciates the critical and central role played by the Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Dr. Bashir Jamoh, for his immediate and decisive action of deploying the awesome arsenal of the deep blue project to use in securing the release of our kidnapped members as well as other Nigerians.
“On this note we want to urge NIMASA to continue in its good work of providing safety in our water ways and especially provide this in the riverine and creeks which seem to be more prone and vulnerable to pirate attacks.
“We pledge MWUN Willingness to continue to partner and collaborate in the onerous task of ensuring safety in our water ways, said the President General MWUN, Comrade Prince Adeyanju Adewale.