Christmas: Adeyanju Sends Goodwill Message To Nigerians
By Jerry Aguigbo
The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) under the able leadership of Comrade ( Prince) Dr Adewale Adeyanju, fnli HFCPSP, sends goodwill message to Nigerians, the Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA), Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) National Inland Waterways Authority ( NIWA), National Association Of Stevedore Operators (NASO), Ships and Terminal Operators of Nigeria (STOAN) the four Branches of the Maritime Workers Union namely: the NPA , Shipping, Seafarers and the Dockworkers Branches and the Union’s administrative staffers.
In a statement released by Com. John Kennedy Ikemefuna, Head, Media , Adeyanju urged them to emulate the virtues of Jesus Christ, who is the reason for the season.
According to him, the tolerance and sacrifice of Jesus Christ should be imbibed in our life styles as national co-existence, cohesion amongst us Nigerians, stressing that this virtues will bring in the much expected peace amongst us, urging the Christians amongst us to lead the charge.
Prince Adeyanju, also praised all the aforementioned stakeholders for being good partners in the Maritime sector, charging them to also do more for their employees and for the benefits of the country, as good welfare package remains the mechanism that drives workers for uptimal results.
He admonished Nigerians to be of good behavior and learn to be their brothers keepers all the time; “regardless of what we are passing through today, there’s nothing the Almighty God cannot do; hence we should emulate the life of Jesus Christ, who taught us perseverance, long-suffering, while applying his principles of love and patience always,” he said.
In the same vein, Dr Adeyanju was full of praises as he poured encomiums on the Union’s administrative staffers, whom he described as one of the best in the sector. The number one Maritime Labour Leader who also found time to be with the Staffers during the Union’s end of year party at the Union Secretariat, as he promised that the end of year party will be observed annually.