NACHO Aviance to infuse billions in equipment purchase:
Chairman, Board of Directors, NAHCO Plc, Dr Seinde O Fadeni, handing over keys to newly – purchased operations vehicles to the Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Didier Roger Steullet, at the Company’s Maintenance Yard in Lagos.

[dropcap]C[/dropcap]hairman NAHCO Aviance Dr. Seinde Fadeni announced that nacho aviance is investing significant funds in new equipment.

At the handover ceremony of 21 recently acquired vehicles for operations, Fadeni assured that the ground support equipment would arrive in a few months.

“The scale of the GSE the Company is purchasing is so massive that what you have here in terms of these operations vehicles is very small by comparison,” Fadeni remarked, emphasising  the extensive nature of the equipment procurement.

Despite the forex challenges, Fadeni highlighted the Company’s commitment to acquiring the right tools, even though 95% of NAHCO’s equipment purchase is dollar-based.

He stated, “We shall at all times be ready to provide the workforce with the right equipment to deliver exceptional service to our clients.”

Acknowledging the staff’s dedication, Fadeni commended their diligence and commitment to the Company.

Dr. Sola Obabori, Group Executive Director, International Business & Corporate Service, encouraged the staff to utilize the new vehicles effectively, assuring continuous provision of a conducive working environment and tools.

Assistant General Manager, GSE, Mr. Charles Karinga, expressed that the new vehicles would significantly alleviate challenges faced by the staff in their work.

He pledged adequate care for the newly acquired vehicles.

Key officials present at the ceremony included Prince Saheed Lasisi, GED, Commercial & Business Development; Mr. Didier Roger Steullet, Chief Operating Officer; Mr. Adeoye Emiloju, Chief Financial Officer.

Others are Mr. Ahmed Bashir Gulmah, General Manager, External Relations. Union leaders, including Prince Nnochiri, Chairman of NUATE, Henry Okon, Secretary-General ATSSSAN, and Vera Egbukichi, Vice President II ATSSSAN, were also in attendance.

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