From left: Managing Director, Apapa Bulk Terminal, Capt. Marvin Abe, Executive Director, Marine & Operations and representative of Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority NPA, Onari Brown and Head of Finance, ABTL, Adeleke Jamiu, during the solidarity visit in Lagos, recently.

Apapa Bulk Terminal Limited ABTL, terminal operating subsidiary of Flour Mills Nigeria Plc has assured the management and staffers of the Nigerian Ports Authority NPA that it shares in their grief over the fire incident that destroyed sections of its Marina, Lagos headquarters building and other assets.

Managing Director of the company, Capt. Marvin Abe, who led other top executive management on a solidarity, also condemned the attack by hoodlums on the building and subsequently setting it ablaze on the heels of the #END SARS protests.

A highpoint of the solidarity visit was the presentation of office equipment comprising computers and accessories, UPS and photocopy machines, among others.

NPA’s Executive Director, Marine and Operations, Onari Brown, who played host to the visiting team, expressed the appreciation of the Managing Director, Hadiza Bala Usman and indeed the entire members of staff of the organisation for the kind gesture.

He assured that the fire incident would in no way affect port operations, as all necessary precautionary measures have been put in place.