Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Team, Director,
Special Duties, Hajia Lami Tumaka,middle and staff from the Abuja
Zonal office, presenting relief materials to NEMA Officials at the Internal
Displaced Persons Camp(IDP), Durumi, Abuja( FCT).
and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has
donated relief materials to some Internal Displaced Persons (IDP) camps
across some affected states in Nigeria as part of its corporate social responsibility.
Public Relations, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA),
Mr. Isichei Osamgbi presenting relief materials to the Coordinator, at the
Bakassi Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Resettlement Camp in Cross River
Along that effort, the Director General of the Agency, Dr. Dakuku
Peterside used the opportunity to call for more support from well-meaning
Nigerians and corporate organizations.
The NIMASA DG who was speaking at
one of the IDP camp in Abuja noted that people at the IDP camps across the
country are integral part of Nigeria; hence they should not be neglected nor
as no one wishes to find his or her self in any camp, knowing fully well that
the comfort there is minimal. Let me also assure you that in no distant time
from now, you will all return to your abodes as the Federal Government is
committed to ensuring that your safety is paramount.
NIMASA we are not just concerned about the well-being of the maritime sector,
but as a corporate socially responsible Agency, we are concerned about your
welfare; this is why we are here to support you the best way we can,” Dr.
camp by the Agency’s Director, Special Duties in charge of External Relations
and Technical Cooperation, Hajia Lami Tumaka noted that the Agency will
continue to support all initiatives by the Federal Government to ensure their
welfare and safety is guaranteed.
the Agency’s Director of Internal Audit, Mr. Victor Onuzuruike represented the
Agency at the Gubio IDP Camp in Maiduguri, Borno State to present items to
presenting the items, he noted that NIMASA as a responsible Agency will
continue to work with relevant institutions in the country to provide relief to
all Nigerians experiencing one disaster or another.
recognition of the need to continuously offer succor to alleviate the
challenges and the sufferings of our internally displaced
brothers and sisters spread across Nigeria, NIMASA brings you glad tidings. We
have come not with a heavy heart, but with a message of love and assurance, he
the camp in the Odiereke-Ubie community of Ahoada West Local Government area of
Rivers State and Bakassi area of Cross River State, the Head, Corporate
Communications of the Agency, Mr. Isichei Osamgbi who also represented the
Agency stated that NIMASA would
not relent on its efforts to complement the efforts of the Federal Government
in ensuring that the IDP’s across the country are well catered for.
pains, we know your needs; therefore, we as an Agency of government
will continue to extend our hands of fellowship to support you.
pains you are passing through, hence this efforts which is
aimed at reducing such pains. We are indeed touched by
your situation and it is in the spirit of love that we
make this donation. We hope that the gesture is taken in the spirit in
which it is given.”
the materials in the various States, Local Governments and Communities visited,
the representatives of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and some
of the local Chiefs in the visited areas were on ground to receive the items
that were bought by the Agency. They unanimously expressed gratitude to the
Agency and noted that the materials donated will be used appropriately.
of the States the Agency visited includes; Adamawa, Bayelsa,
Benue, Borno, Cross River, Edo, Lagos,
Niger, Rivers, Yobe and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
may be recalled that aside from the regulatory and promotional functions of
NIMASA, the Agency has always been at the fore front of promoting Corporate
Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in the country as demonstrated
severally in various parts of the country.
to victims affected by insurgency and flood amongst others.