MWUN Unveils Its Publication “Maritime Labour Voice”
“It is the outcome of the collective dream of MWUN leaders”-Adeyanju
In order to be heard louder and in clear unambiguous language, the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has unveiled the maiden maiden edition of its inhouse publication “Maritime Labour Voice “, Magazine
President General of MWUN, Comrade Adewale Adeyanju said the magazine is intended to promote harmonious working environment that will stimulate industrial peace and represent the voice of maritime workers.
His words ‘Maritime Labour Voice’ is the outcome of the collective dream of the leaders and members of Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria. As maritime nation blessed with valuable water resources that contribute immensely to the socio-economic development of the country in terms of food, mineral resources and marine transport.
The MWUN boss observed that the government must have a positive response to threats posed by the reckless use of the oceans led to the creation of the Blue Economy.
As Chairman of the event, Princess Vicky Haastrup said the initiative to establish the magazine is timely as it will enable the sector to understand the maritime workers better.
She congratulated MWUN for their consistency in contributing immensely to the growth of the Maritime sector while appreciating Comrade Adeyanju for his leadership style of negotiation and pledging her support to the union.
The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA, Mohammed Bello-Koko, ably represented by Mrs. Sarah Bala, described the Marine and Blue Economy Ministry as a game changer in Nigeria.
While commending the Union for the initiative which led to publishing the magazine, she tasked the Union on efforts to keep the publication alive!