NewsEx-AIMAN President Charges Successor On Teamwork, Cautions Against Petitions

Ex-AIMAN President Charges Successor On Teamwork, Cautions Against Petitions

June 09, (THEWILL) – The immediate past president of the Aeronautical Information Management Association of Nigeria (AIMAN), Mr. William Ngerem, has advised his successor, Dr. Ibrahim Audu, to work with the management team of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) in order to succeed, stressing that the NAMA team was made up of gifted people, especially the Managing Director, Engr. Ahmed Umar Farouk.

Ngerem, who gave this advice during the handover ceremony to the newly elected executive of AIMAN recently, cautioned the new executives on petition writing, saying such practice will not move the association forward.

Admonishing them to engage management with diplomacy, Ngerem noted that the Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) is blessed with knowledgeable people who will render assistance for them to succeed. He advised them to use those readily available to move the AIMAN forward irrespective of whether executives or not.

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On licensing of AIS personnel, Ngerem assured that there was still hope for their Licensing but urged them to internally certify themselves by remaining competent.

Responding after taking over, the new AIMAN President, Dr. Audu, thanked all those who made his election possible and urged all hands to be on deck to ensure success.

Audu sued for cooperation from all to move the association forward, adding that only serious-minded people will be engaged in the overall development of the AIMAN

He cautioned members on ‘pull him down syndrome’ as it was a way to tarnish the image of the members.

Audu, who promised a better tenure, vowed to hit the ground running to take the AIMAN to a greater height.

Earlier, the General Manager of the Aeronautical Information Service (AIS), Alhaji Kabiru Gusau, advised the new AIMAN executives to be above board at all times in the discharge of their duties to enhance safety.

Gusau, represented by Mr James Olalekan, Quality Manager (NAMA), urged members of the association to try as much as possible to look into areas of dire needs in the association with a view to addressing them.

According to Gusau, without AIS, it will be difficult for the aviation sector to function effectively.

He, therefore, urged members of the association to work together as a team in order to go far, adding that those doing great things were not superhumans.

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Anthony Awunor

Anthony Awunor, is a business correspondent who holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Linguistics (UNILAG). He is also an alumnus of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria Kaduna State. He lives in Lagos.

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Anthony Awunor, THEWILLhttps://thewillnews.com
Anthony Awunor, is a business correspondent who holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Linguistics (UNILAG). He is also an alumnus of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria Kaduna State. He lives in Lagos.

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