|Dr. Dakuku Peterside, DG NIMASA|
Reporters Association of Nigeria (MARAN) and other relevant stakeholders in his
commitment toward a robust, efficient, responsive and qualitative maritime
administration in the country.
letter dated April 6t 2016 and which he personally signed and
addressed to the Acting President of MARAN, Mr Funso Olojo, the NIMASA boss
promised to engage the support of well-meaning Nigerians and other stakeholders
such as MARAN in his task to re-positioning the agency.
who acknowledged the solidarity message sent to him by the association on his
resumption of office, therefore solicited for the support of MARAN in ensuring
the success of his tenure.
you that I will partner with well-meaning Nigerians and stakeholders like
you(MARAN) in the discharge of my duties and responsibilities as Director
–General/CEO and in the realization of the mandate of the Agency.
your continuous support in accomplishing this very important national assignment’’,
the NIMASA helmsman declared.
association, in its congratulatory letter to the NIMASA DG dated March 24th,
2016 and signed by Olojo assured the new
helmsman at NIMASA of its support in his task of achieving the core mandate of
association has recognized the sterling qualities of Dr Peterside, especially
his high cerebral qualities and political sagacity which it noted earned him
the confidence of Mr President to bestow on him the task of rebuilding the apex
maritime regulatory agency.
association therefore expressed implicit confidence in the ability of the new
NIMASA DG to bring to bear on his new assignment his rich experience in public
life and agility as a young administrator to better the lot of the industry.
appointment is a clarion call to duty, placing a huge burden of service to
Nigeria on you, especially giving the rot in the industry.
appointment by Mr President is a clear testimony of his confidence and trust in
your ability and intellectual acumen to re-position the agency for optimal performance
and efficiency’’, MARAN had stated in its congratulatory letter to Dakuku.