…Says “You cannot fight what God has destined to be”
The reinstated Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mallam Habib Abdullahi has officially taken over the leadership position of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) more than three months after he was previously sacked by the former President Goodluck Jonathan from the position.
At the ceremonial handover yesterday in Lagos, Abdullahi called on staff of the authority to ensure that all hands were on deck to ensure that the authority moved forward.
The reinstated Managing Director maintained that destiny cannot be change by anyone even as he thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for his reinstatement as Managing Director of NPA.
He also described his second coming to office as NPA boss as the handy work of God pointing out that “it is the desire of the President who directed that I should be reinstated which has been destined by God and I will love to beg each and every one of us to see it as such”.
“You cannot fight what God has destined to be but it is a challenge not only to me personally but also to my successor and to all of us”.
“For whatever reasons I am here today, I would also want us to know that it is the will of God that am here again”, he stated.
Earlier in his remark, the former Managing Director of NPA, Alhaji Sanusi Lamido Ado Bayero said that change is an ongoing process in life even as he called on staff of the authority to put in their best , support the new Managing Director and move on with life.
Ado Bayero added that within his short stay with NPA , the organization was properly managed noting that there were efficient and reliable hands capable of discharging their duties effectively.
He added that NPA would continue to exist during and after the present management in place urging workers to contribute their own quota for optimal growth.
The former MD however wished Mallam Habib Abdullahi the best in his new responsibility.
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