Platforms Communications Congratulates New NIMASA DG, Jamoh

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Platforms Communications, a leading media firm in the Nigerian maritime sector has sent a heart-warming congratulatory message to the newly appointed Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr Bashir Yusuf Jamoh who assumed office today at the nation’s apex maritime agency.

In a congratulatory message sent to the new NIMASA helsman entitled, “Congratulations On Your Assumption Of Office As NIMASA DG”, the CEO of Platforms Communications, Mr Sylvanus Obasi, said Jamoh is an in-house technocrats who already know the issues and does not need to learn the robes.

According to him, “We the Management of Platforms Communications wishes to felicitate with you, Dr Bashir Jamoh on your appointment and assumption of office today as the new Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA).

“It’s a dream come true having a technocrat like you as NIMASA DG. You don’t need to learn the robes neither did you need to be told what stakeholders expect from NIMASA going by its mandate.

“As you step in to captain NIMASA, the apex maritime agency in Nigeria, we pray God to guide you steer the nation’s shipping sector to greatness in the next 4 years and beyond.

“As a media firm, we at Platforms Communications are ready to give you the necessary media support to enable you succeed in achieving your mandate because we know that your success as NIMASA DG amounts to the success of the maritime industry in general.

“However, as the watchdog of industry, and for the common good of the Nigerian public, we won’t hesitate to raise the red flag through our reportage if the need be, all with the intent of bringing the best in you and making the industry get better under your watch.

“We would have loved to begin our agenda-setting series for you, but because you are an in-house technocrat who already know the issues, so there won’t be need for that, hence we expect you to hit the ground running.

“Once again, congratulations and best wishes throughout your tenure”, the message read.

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