ICRC Commends NPA Management Over PPP Initiatives

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The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman (right); receiving a souvenir from the Leader of the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC), The Presidency, Director, Civil Service Transformation Department – Office of the Head of Service of the Federation, Gabriel .T. Aduda, when the Commission visited the Management of the NPA at the Organization’s Corporate Headquarters in Marina, Lagos.
The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman (right); receiving a souvenir from the Leader of the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC), The Presidency, Director, Civil Service Transformation Department – Office of the Head of Service of the Federation, Gabriel .T. Aduda, when the Commission visited the Management of the NPA at the Organization’s Corporate Headquarters in Marina, Lagos.

 

 

The Management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), has been commended for the success it had recorded in the areas of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) across board in order to bring to bear the dividends of a most effective Administrative Management of the operational activities of the Organization in line with best practices particularly as it concerns developmental projects.

A statement by Prin. Manager, Public Affairs, Ibrahim Nasiru, these appreciative statements were made today when the top Executives of the Presidency, Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) visited the NPA Management at the Corporate Headquarters of the Organization at Marina, Lagos led by Gabriel .T. Aduda, Director Civil Service Transformation Department and colleagues.

Speaking during the occasion, the Managing Director of the NPA, Hadiza Bala Usman expressed the preparedness of the Management of the Organization at collaborating further with meaningful initiatives with the Government Agencies and globally with the view to joining the Comity of Nations along the dictates of generating more revenue for the Country.

She enlisted the support of the Commission in her quest for a regime of greater infrastructural sufficiency and customer satisfactory operations in the sector and in relations to activities in the sub-region.

The MD NPA further solicited guidance of the Commission in order to perform more creditably well in their mandate sighting fiscal challenges in relation to budgetary provisions as critical areas that require prioritization.

Earlier, the leader of the delegation Gabriel .T. Aduda affirmed that the Committee was a Federal Government entity set up to effectively assist the Public Private Partnerships (PPP’s) and Ministry Departments and Agencies (MDA’s) reduce the cost of corporate  governance and administration most especially on the execution of projects on going across the nation as captured in 2017 budget as well as come up with strategies within which Government would boost its revenue base to meet up with relative expenditure profile.

According to him, the Commissions responsibilities includes strategizing for the improvement for the civil service needs areas and recommend to Government accordingly concerning these for example as its concerns condition of service and remuneration.

He stated that Government was appreciative of the exploits of the NPA Management through the windows of Public Private Partnerships concerning the laid out operational business plans for Ikorodu Lighter Terminal, Kirikiri Lighter Terminal and the Single Window initiatives amongst other projects herewith not forgetting the Management efforts at Human Resource Development, Capacity Building and making a public document the budget of the Organization through a renowned synergy agreement with Messrs BudgIT.

Top Management of the NPA were on hand during the occasion to support the Managing Director amongst was General Manager, Business Development and Joint Venture, Engr. Tolulope Talabi.

 

 

 

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