African journalists’ group task govts on maritime security

Media practitioners in the African shipping industry under the aegis of African Maritime Journalists Association AMJA, have made a strong case for the various governments in the continent to come up with a united force against the increasing spate of insecurity within the continent’s waters.
President of the association, Mr. Sesan Onileimo, who spoke shortly after the inauguration of the five-man executive council of the association in Lagos, urged African leaders to close ranks on maritime security to boost economic growth and development of the continent, The newly sworn Exco apart from Onileimo, comprise Ms. Colleen Jacka (South Africa), Vice President, Mr. George Sunguh (Kenya). Secretary General, and Ms Grace Nana Boateng, a Ghanaian, who is the Treasurer.
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