The Integrity Group of the Nigeria Shipowners’ Association (NISA) has extended its congratulations to Honorable Bunmi Ojo on his appointment as the head of the newly created Ministry of Marine and Blue Economy.
In a press statement issued on Saturday, the group recognized that Hon. Ojo’s background and knowledge in the shipping subsector may be limited, but firmly believed in the potential for growth and collaboration.
“We commend the government’s vision in entrusting this crucial responsibility to an individual who can bring fresh perspectives and innovative ideas to the table.
“The maritime industry plays a pivotal role in Nigeria’s economic development, harnessing blue economy, contributing significantly to trade, job creation, and sustainable growth.
“As a collective of shipowners committed to upholding the highest standards of integrity, we are confident that under Hon. Ojo’s leadership, the Ministry of Marine and Blue Economy will thrive.
“We understand that there may be challenges ahead, and the Integrity Group stands ready to provide support and expertise to ensure the success of initiatives aimed at enhancing the maritime sector. We look forward to constructive dialogues and collaborative efforts that will further strengthen the industry’s role in the national economy.
“Once again, congratulations to Hon. Bunmi Tunji Ojo on his appointment. We eagerly anticipate witnessing the positive changes and advancements that will undoubtedly result from his leadership.
About the Integrity Group:
“The Integrity Group is a dedicated consortium of members within the Nigeria Shipowners’ Association committed to promoting ethical standards, transparency, and sustainable growth within the maritime industry. Our mission is to foster a culture of integrity, excellence, and cooperation to elevate Nigeria’s position in the global maritime community” the statement read.