AIMAN Members Urged to Prioritize Transparency and Collaboration

The Aeronautical Information Management Association of Nigeria (AIMAN) has been advised to maintain transparency and collaboration in their operations to ensure the continued safety of the aviation sector.

The General Manager of the Aeronautical Information Service (AIS), in the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency NAMA, Alhaji Kabiru Gusau gave the advice during the handover ceremony of the newly elected executive of AIMAN. 

Alhaji Gusau represented by Mr. James Olalekan, quality Manager, NAMA, emphasized the crucial role AIMAN plays in the aviation sector, stating that without AIS, the sector would struggle to function effectively.

He urged AIMAN members to work together as a team to address areas of need within the Association.

The immediate past president of AIMAN, Mr. William Ngerem in his remarks during the ceremony, advised the new executives to work closely with the management team of NAMA and

cautioned against petition writing, advising instead that members engage with management in a diplomatic manner.

While highlighting the agency’s gifted personnel, including its managing director, Mr. Ngerem also noted the importance of internal certification for AIS personnel, assuring that there is still hope for their licensing. 

He cautioned against “pull him down syndrome,” a behavior that can tarnish the image of association members.

The newly elected president of AIMAN, Dr. Ibrahim Audu, thanked those who made his election possible and urged all members to work together to move the association forward. 

The AIMAN President promised a better tenure ahead, pledging to take AIMAN to greater heights. 

He also cautioned against “pull him down syndrome” and promised to engage only serious-minded individuals to achieve the association’s goals.

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