MWUN Set to Unveil "Maritime Labour Voices"

MWUN Set to Unveil "Maritime Labour Voices" 

Kathy Kyari 

The Maritime Workers' Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has finalized plans to introduce an industry publication, "The Maritime Labour Voice", as part of her attempts to broaden her voice and fairly participate in contributing to challenges in the marine sector.

Enthusiasts in the marine industry are anticipated to grace the magazine's premiere on Wednesday, November 15 at the RockView Hotel in Apapa, Lagos.

The ceremony will be chaired by Princess (Dr.) Vicky Haastrup, the chairman of the Seaport Terminal Operators' Association of Nigeria (STOAN), and the chief launcher is Dr. Taiwo Afolabi, the chairman and chief executive officer of SIFAX Group. They will be joined by other prominent figures in the business to introduce the specialist newspaper.

The President-General of the MWUN, Comrade Adewale Adeyanju, said in a statement announcing the event that the MWUN should have a stronger voice than it now has since it is a vital player in the marine industry. 

"This is the main reason we are taking the risk with the release". He said 

According to Adeyanju, the union's voice, the magazine would provide it a platform to voice opinions on important industry problems. Comrade John Kennedy Ikemefuna, Head of Media of MWUN, made this statement.

Leading government officials, luminaries from many fields, and NLC affiliates are also anticipated at the occasion. The keynote address will focus on the implications and impacts of the Blue Economy on the union and the nation as a whole.

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