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MURITALA KAFFO: Union Mourns Over Death Of Dockworkers’ Coordinator

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria ( MWUN ) on Wednesday, announced the death of Comrade ( Alhaji) Muritala Kaffo as was reported by his family.

The  Maritime Workers Union under the leadership of Comrade (Prince) Adewale Adeyanju in a statement  announced that the  sad event occurred on Wednesday, the 17th of May, 2023.

Comrade Kaffo was a devoted Muslim, married with children and aged 66. Kaffo hails from the Isale Eko area of Lagos State.

Before his demise, the very agile Dockworker, popularly known as “Oscar” was seen at his place of work yesterday, Tuesday, 16th of May, 2022. Before his death, he was a Unit Chairman, and also functioned as District Chairman, Apapa 1; a Zonal Vice President, and lately a Zonal Coordinator before his passage.

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It would also be recalled that he was a very loyal Comrade to the core for the Union and was one of the frontline  of the group of “999” during the revolution that almost engulfed the Dockworkers and the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria as at the time.

“The late Muritala was a jolly good fellow who made many friends around and outside the union. He built bridges of friendship across board and was a man who had the fear of God, little wonder, he was that friendly, kind, lovable and cherished amongst his colleagues in the Dock Labour sector, the statement added.

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Furthermore, it noted that ”Comrade Kaffo will be greatly missed by his numerous friends, colleagues, allies, Comrades of all categories and will be fondly remembered by his good deeds. We pray that the Almighty Allah, whom he served diligently will grant him eternal peace as he’s laid to rest. And as a Union, we also pray that the Almighty Allah grant his immediate family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss of Comrade Muritala Kaffo.”