CILT Ghana Young Professionals pays courtesy call on CILT Ghana President, Mr. Ebo Hammond
The Executive Committee (EXCO) of the Young Professional’s (YP), the youth wing of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Ghana, on 8th August, 2018, paid a courtesy call on the President of CILT Ghana, Mr. Ebo Hammond, FCILT at the Institute’s secretariat in Accra.
The purpose of the meeting was to introduce the executives to the President and his team, afford them an opportunity to engage and share ideas on various areas of the institute, provide his a first-hand platform to communicate expectations to the executives to enable the YP contribute to the overall objectives of the CILT.
The Executives used the opportunity on behalf of membership of CILT Ghana Young Professionals to thank the president for the support given during preparations leading to and during the YP official launch. They were also grateful for the sponsorship of the Chair of the YP to both the Africa Forum in Abuja, Nigeria and International conference in Wroclaw, Poland.
In a statement read on behalf of the YP, its chair, Nlaliban Wujangi, who is also a Chartered Member of the institute, pledged their support for the organic membership growth initiatives aimed at obtaining and sustaining territorial status, promised that the YPs when given the opportunity, will perform tasks with due diligence and conduct themselves in an ethical and professional manner consisted with the institute’s code of professional conduct. Finally, the YP will be rolling out some initiatives to enhance visibility and raise the corporate image and brand of the institute.
On his part, the President of the CILT Ghana, Mr. Hammond encouraged the Young Professional to keep up the good work started to sustain the CILT is currently enjoying. He tasked the YP to expand their programmes to include those in the CILT authorised training providers to provide a linkage between the providers and the institute as it will serve the strategic objectives of the institute. He expressed his appreciation at the commitments made by YPs and indicated his confidence in them as they make him proud. He was later joined by his Vice President, Education and Professional Development, Mr. Mark Amoamah, FCILT.
Other Executives of the YP at the meeting were; Mr. Shaibu Halidu, Vice Chair, Mr. Cornelius Nyonarh, Secretary, Ms. Honorine Nodjibeye, Organizing Secretary, Ms. Beatrice Akpablah, Financial Secretary and Ms. Josephine Konadu Kwakye, Executive Member. Other members of the delegation were Mr. George Sablah and Mr. Blessing Kwaw.
Credit: YP, Ghana