Covid19: AMJON Urges Maritime Stakeholders To Be Safety Conscious

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 A group of media professionals reporting the maritime and  shipping sector  under the umbrella body  of Association of Maritime Journalists of Nigeria (AMJON) has join other national and international leaders and organisations  to preach the gospel of safety and protective living.

It is  no longer news that nations and businesses across the world has come to a standstill due to the ravaging Coronavirus (Covid19) pandemic and there is no gain saying the fact that the human race is facing one of the most trying times in recent history.
The total lockdown and “Social Distancing” of nations, its   people  and businesses has  called for strategic partnership and show of love among various nations,families,  entities and organisations.
According to a press statement made by the association through the office of the president,  Mr Paul Ogbuokiri states that  AMJON as a corporate body wants to assure its members, colleagues and all stakeholders in the Maritime industry that all should keep to the safety rules of shunning large crowds, self distancing, personal hygiene and self isolation if the need arises.
He however urges all stakeholders operating in maritime sector to look out for one another.”We want to also appeal to the multinationals and government agencies in the Maritime Sector to extend safety facilities like senitisers , hand gloves , even financial supports to help other stakeholders, especially the journalists who are constantly and practically involve in everyday activities to keep the stakeholders and  other Nigerians  duly inform on daily basis.

“We can boldly say that at this time, the maritime media is mostly needed alongside medical personnel’s  who  are on the field discharging their social functions of informing the Nigeria public of the pandemic and various safety nets to curtail the pandemic.
“AMJON wants to called on the NPA, NIMASA, NCS, NSC, CRFFN, terminal operators, shipping companies, freight forwarding associations and Customs Brokers to rally round all stakeholders, especially the media  to aid them discharge their functions effectively, but at the same time stay alive for  their families and the nation at large.
“We appreciate the efforts of the federal government and some states government in their bid  to contain the spread of this virus.At this  time its  very important to always check on our friends,  colleagues, clients, brothers and sisters , not leaving out our stakeholders and business partners as a way of being our brothers and sisters keepers. For sure there is hope in the horizon that we shall all come out stronger as a nation” he said.

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