King Shipping boss calls for peaceful election in Enugu

...Says three leading candidates can take Coal City state to next level

By George Aluo

Chief Executive Officer of King Shipping Trading Maritime Services, Bob Hyacinth Chukwuma has called for a peaceful election in Enugu state this Saturday.
The Achi, Oji River born Shipping magnet who is based in Lagos said the gladiators should not make it a do or die affair.
The youthful businessman said his joy is that the three leading aspirants are all cerebral, urbane and intellectuals who can take the Coal city state to the next level if elected.
“My joy is that Enugu state would be the winner whoever emerges. Frank Nweke (Jnr) is a refined gentleman and an economic guru. Mbah of PDP is a man who has shown what he can do in the business world. He is a very successful business man in the oil and gas industry. Labour Party on their part is presenting a man who is well loved in Edeoga. Very amiable and easy going politician.
So my appeal is that we should all see it as a brothers affair. The interest of Enugu should come first. Enugu must be taken to greater height and made a safe heaven for local and foreign investors to come in and invest. As we speak, King Shipping has moved to 11 African countries and still counting. Our vision is to also come home and invest in the state,” Chukwuma said.
He stressed that King Shipping to the glory of God, is an outfit no investor would regret putting his money in pointing out that the several awards that have come the way of the company in the last couple of months is a confirmation of the wave the company is making within and outside the shores of Nigeria.
“As we speak, we clover all Nigerian ports,all Ghana ports as well as all ports in Cotonou, Benin Republic, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, India,
Singapore and Turkey. We have just opened office in Angola, Ghana and Cameroon.”

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