April 21, 2014

Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Engr. Nebolisa Emordi and Chairman of the board of Nigerian Shippers' Council, Lt. Gen. Salisu Ibrahim at the stakeholders breakfast meeting organised by the Council in Lagos yesterday.

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