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COMTUA to honour Osinbajo, Sanwo-Olu, others at 2022 annual congress

By Adaku Onyenucheya
22 November 2022   |   12:04 am
The Council of Maritime Truck Unions and Associations (COMTUA) is set to honour government officials, agencies and individuals who have contributed to the growth and development of trucking, haulage and logistics business in Nigeria at its 2022 yearly congress. The congress, which would hold on November 25 in Ikeja, Lagos, will honour the Vice President,…

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. Photo/FACEBOOK/TheAsoVilla

The Council of Maritime Truck Unions and Associations (COMTUA) is set to honour government officials, agencies and individuals who have contributed to the growth and development of trucking, haulage and logistics business in Nigeria at its 2022 yearly congress.

The congress, which would hold on November 25 in Ikeja, Lagos, will honour the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo as COMTUA Grand Commander and the Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo-olu as COMTUA Governor of the Year.

Others for be honoured are the AIG Zone 2, Zonal Headquarters and the Commissioner of Police, Lagos state Command. CP Biodun Alabi as COMTUA Grand Commanders respectively.

The council will also honour the Special Adviser to the Governor, Ministry of Transportation, Lagos state, Shola Giwa as COMTUA Government Official of the Year; Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) as COMTUA Government Agency of the Year and Igbogbo Bayeku LCDA, Ikorodu Local Government as COMTUA Host Community of the Year.

The Chairman of the Council, Mr. Adeyinka Aroyewun in a statement, said the event would help to chart course for the organisation in the next one year.

He said some members of COMTUA and other distinguished individuals and corporate bodies will be honoured as well.

According to the statement signed by the National Secretary, Augustine Erhabour, this year’s edition will witness the presentation of awards to dignitaries who have contributed to the growth of trucking business in Nigeria.

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