Adeyinka Aroyewun, COMTUA National Organising Secretary.
Story by Dili Utomi.
The Council Of Maritime Truck Unions And Associations (COMTUA) has reacted to the withdrawal of membership from the association by the National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO). In an exclusive statement with this reporter, the COMTUA stated through its national organising secretary, Adeyinka Aroyewun that” We wish to notify the General public of the receipt of NARTO’s withdrawal letter from COMTUA. This letter was dated the 16th of November, 2021 and by the implications, NARTO remains part of the collaboration untill the stated date. This has clearly addressed the regular issues of who represents the Truckers in the maritime industry till now”.
The statement continued with “COMTUA has acknowledged the withdrawal letter and shall respond to it after our National Convention scheduled for the 25th of November, 2021 at the Radisson Blue Hotel, Ikeja.
COTOAN, ACATOA, RTEAN, LPAN , NURTW, and KIRIKIRI TRUCK AND PARK OPERATORS have submitted their participants lists through their National secretariat while corporate bodies are not left out”.
COMTUA’s statement continued thus
“All issues concerning the collaboration, the industry and loss of collaborators shall be addressed and resolved at the convention.
Though the withdrawal letter will take some aback, the other associations in the collaboration have stated their intention to stick with the central body (COMTUA) and this was demonstrated in the signatures on the different association’s lists of intending participants at the national convention.
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