Mr. Sani Ibrahim, the head of provost unit of the FCT directorate of road traffic services emerged the winner of the contest of the office of Road Mode of the chartered institute of transport and logistics base in the United Kingdom.
The election took place during the Annual General meeting and national election.By this emergence, Sani Ibrahim is to oversee all affairs of road as a representative of the body.
The AGM and national election was held at the prestigious hotel in Abuja. A seasoned vehicle inspection officer has over the years taken steps to ensure that transportation and logistics are given priority through taking steps that can enhance capability and productivity.
Hails from Kogi state,he is expected to bring in new ideas and innovations that can make transportation and logistics realistic in different circles through interactions, exchange of ideas and initiation of ideas geared towards moving the institute forward.
Many organisations joined to felicitate with Sani Ibrahim whose rapport with different groups, individuals and organisations has been cordial and remarkable.
A reputable public affairs commentator Yushau Abdullahi commended the CITL for giving the opportunity for him to be elected going by his determination and commitment to building institutions related to transport. As a chartered fellow of recognised transport institutes, he has used such experience to capacitate and train his subjects on the importance of transportation and logistics in the link to the world.
“The transport system has helped to bridge the gap between people that knows themselves and have never met.There is no doubt that logistics helped in the actualisation of complete spread, distribution and channelling. “
Another well-wisher, Aisha Okanlawaon appealed to members of the institute to give Sani Ibrahim all the required support in order to succeed. His colleagues at the DRTS hailed the election and victory and assured the institute of Sani’s outstanding qualities as a result oriented transport expert who has achieved certain feet in the transport and logistics chain.