The 6th in the series of the annual Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship was held successfully on Saturday 24th February 2018 at the Apapa Club, Park Lane, Apapa Lagos. The event, which was witnessed by a record crowd, recorded participation from different segments of the maritime sector.
L-R: Akinbinu Kolawole of Tin Can Island Container Terminal (TICT) sparring with Abidemi Agboola of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) in one of the early matches of the championship.
Moses Abere (in green, standing) and other participants from Nigerian Shippers’ Council.
L-R: Jeremiah Ikoko of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA); Guy Agassi of Lagos Channel Management, Yusuf Saheed and Owolabi Oladimeji, both of ENL Consortium
Anas Yakassai of NPA (left) and defending champion Sunday Otaru of Bollore Logistics slug it out.
Udoh Philips of APM Terminals Apapa (left) and Ambe Philips of NPA.
Some participants and spectators.
Otaru (right) and Ambe Philips in their semi-final tie.
Achonu Michael of TICT congratulating Jeremiah Ikoko of NIMASA after Ikoko won the final match.
Some of the participants jubilating with the winner, Jeremiah Ikoko.
Simeon Nwonu of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) presenting cheque to the second runner of the championship, Sunday Otaru (right) as Coordinator of the competition, Eucharia Udoaka (left) watches.
The first runner up of the championship, Ambe Philips (centre) receiving his cheque from Olatunbosun Timothy of TICT (right).
The winner, Jeremiah Ikoko and Awosola Olalekan of Dangote Ports Operation.
The champion displays his trophy.
Former champion, Kehinde Borokini of NPA and the new champion, Jeremiah Ikoko of NIMASA.
Ikoko and former champion, Sunday Otaru.
L-R: Olatunbosun Timothy of TICT; CEO of Ships & Ports, Bolaji Akinola; Philips; Ikoko; Otaru and Udoaka.
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