4th November, 2021
The Lagos State Chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, (NURTW) Musiliu Ayinde Akinsanya, popularly known MC Oluomo, has bagged an honorary membership of ICPSC.
The body’s full name is Institute of Corporate Public Sector Professionals (ICPSP).
Oluomo made the honour known on his Instagram page on Thursday after receiving ICPSP delegates in his office in Lagos.
The delegation was led by Mrs Agnes Funmi Sessi, who is the chairperson Lagos State chapter Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), also the matron of the institute.
He wrote on Instagram; “Receives Honorary Member of Institute of Corporate Public Sector Professionals (ICPSP).
“It was an atmosphere full of joy and laughter as, I Alhaji Musiliu Akinsanya Mc-Oluomo State Chairman NURTW Lagos Council, was conferred with Honorary Member of the prestigious Institute of Corporate Public Sector Professionals (Nigeria).
“The recitation of oath and allegiance was carried out at my office in Oko-Oba Agege today (4th November,2021) at the full glare of admirers, state executives members, well-wishers and other top hierarchies of the NURTW, Lagos State.
“The delegation was led by Mrs Agnes Funmi Sessi, who is the chairperson Lagos State chapter Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) also the matron of the institute.
“She noted that the official induction will be done in the United Kingdom January 2022.
“She also noted that the institute critically studied the antecedent and professional behaviours of my humble self also as the NURTW boss, particularly about mine moves and efforts at rebranding the union in Lagos and Nigerian in general.
“I am indeed grateful for this recognition and being inducted as an Honorary Member of Institute of Corporate Public Sector Professionals, the induction is a further call to serve and it will boost my morale in giving more to the service of my members and humanity in general”.
“More-so being the chairman of the most populous trade union in Lagos calls for proactiveness and it behooves on us to be conscious of the attitude of our members in order to eradicate unruly behaviours and reposition the NURTW to the path of greatness”.
“On behalf of my humble self and family, We thank the management of the institute for their recognition of the efforts we are putting in place towards rebranding and reforming the union in Lagos” he concluded.
One of the executive members of Lagos State (NURTW), Ganiyu Ayinde Oyedepo, aka Koko Zaria also shared a picture of MC Oluomo holding the certificate and award he received from the Institute of Corporate & Public Sector Professionals.
MC Oluomo had launched a book in March titled, ‘My Service to Humanity’.
His spokesman, Jimoh Buhari said, “The book is not yet ready but should be launched around March when MC Oluomo’s birthday will be held.
“The book is just about MC Oluomo’s experiences, his history and his life story. There are many misconceptions about him and the book gives him the opportunity of clearing the air on many issues.
“It is certainly not about 2023 politics. There have been rumours about his intention to contest but right now, he has no such ambition.”
Mc Oluomo will also be conferred with Honorary Degree by American Heritage University, California, USA, next year in February in recognition of his selfless service and doggedness towards his profession.