Nigerian port traffic manager TTP dismisses operations director as crisis rocks company

The company that handles traffic at Nigerian seaports, Transit Truck Park Limited (TTP), has denied reports of a management shake-up two weeks after a face-off with the Truck Union Council of Maritime Transport. Unions Association (COMTUA).

COMTUA had accused TTP of extortion through unauthorized tolls at the port and threatened the company with legal action.

He, however, dropped the case after Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and Minister of State for Transport Gbemi Saraki looked into the matter.

TTP is a company that handles Apapa and Tincan Island port traffic through its electronic call system, Eto.

In a statement on Saturday, TTP management accused chief executive Temidayo Adeboye of trying to force a change of management at the company.

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TTP described Adeboye, who is also a non-executive director, as an imposter and insisted that Jama Onwubuariri remain the company’s chief executive.

The company insisted that no legal proceedings to change directors or management have been initiated.

“TTP wishes to officially inform the public that its co-founder, Mr. Jama Onwubuariri remains the Managing Director of the company and that no legal procedures for a change of management or management have been initiated. The entire board of the company as filed and certified with the Abuja Corporate Affairs Commission remains intact.

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