Chudi Offodile Becomes Acting NIMASA DG As Jamoh Exits

Bashir Jamoh, the outgoing director general of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has handed over the affairs of the agency to Chudi Offodile, the executive director, finance and administration.

Jamoh’s tenure ended on March 10, 2024.

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In a statement issued by Edward Osagie, NIMASA’s head of public relations on Monday, Jamoh expressed gratitude to the federal government for allowing him to serve in the capacity as director general and urged the next leadership of the agency to consolidate the gains of the past four years.

“I wish to express gratitude to Almighty Allah and the federal government for the privilege given me to serve Nigeria in this capacity, as I count myself a privileged Nigerian to have occupied this position, while also contributing my quota to the Nigerian maritime sector,” he said.


“Let me also use this opportunity to assure the staff of the agency that wherever I am, I will still remain a part of this family; a place I have spent the active 30 years of my life.”

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He appreciated the staff for their cooperation and professionalism in fulfilling the agency’s mandate, encouraging them to continue their excellent work and cooperate with the incoming leadership.

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On his part, Offodile appreciated Jamoh for contributing his extensive experience to the sector, while also acknowledging the outgoing DG’s expertise in the industry.

“I want to express my gratitude to the outgoing DG for being a guide to me upon assumption of office as the Executive Director, Finance & Administration, four years ago. The industry will continue to call on you for your expertise,” the acting DG said.

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Jamoh handed over to Offodile in compliance with the federal government establishment circular tagged ‘End of Tenure Processes for Heads of Extra-Ministerial Departments, Director-Generals, Chief Executive Officers of Parastatals, Agencies, Commissions, and Government-Owned Companies and Succession Guideline’ dated December 4, 2017.

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