- Ambi promises value-addition with new leadership
The Lagos State branch of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Nigeria has elected new executives with Mr. Bashir Ambi-Mohammed re-elected as its Chairman.
After the elections which held at the weeked, the newly elected executives are: Chairman, Mr Bashir Ambi-Mohammed, FCILT; Vice Chairman, Soledotun Abdulkarim-Yusuf; General Secretary, Mr. Aina Akinbola; Assistant General Secretar, Mr. Bright Itua.
Others are: Public Relations Officer, Mrs. Ngozi Umoh; Welfare Officer, Mrs. Oladipo Funmilola Roseline; Financial Secretary, Mr. Onumiah Kevin; and Treasurer,Mrs. Nwosu Justina Uchechukwu.
In his acceptance speech, the Chairman, Mr. Bashir Ambi-Mohammed, FCILT, thanked members for the trust bestowed on the newly elected executives, even as he pledged to add value to the Institute.
Bashir also thanked the leadership of the CILT Nigeria for helping the branch in all ramifications, while he expressed satisfaction at the attendance recorded during the elections which was hybrid.
He equally commended the Electoral Committee for the good job, while requesting that members play an active role in the new administration and shouldn’t hesitate to correct the leadership whenever they are not doing the needful.
While presiding over the swearing-in ceremony of the new executive officers, the Chairperson of the Electoral Committee, Mrs. Juliana Saka, FCILT urged them to discharge their functions with utmost commitment.
She charged the new leadership to prioritize the ideals of CILT Nigeria which thrives on professionalism and good conduct under the distinguished leadership of Barr. (Mrs.) Mfon Ekong Usoro as president and chairman of CILT Nigeria.
The election for eight positions was conducted in a free and fair democratic manner on Saturday November 11th, 2023 and the winners were declared by the electoral committee chairperson, Mrs. Saka.
Subsequently, the newly elected officers took an oath of allegiance as provided by the CILT constitution and were inaugurated to serve for a tenure of 2 years.