Month: July 2018

NIMASA SETS UP 13-MAN COMMITTEE ON BLUE ECONOMY

July 26, 2018

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has constituted a 13-man implementation committee to work out the modalities for the implementation of Nigeria’s blue economy. Constituting the committee members drawn from the Federal Ministry of Transportation, the law profession, the shipping community, as well as officials of the regulatory agency at the 2018 African […]

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Nigerian Government urged to subsidize training

July 20, 2018

Sandra Chukwunyere   …As stakeholders lament skill gap in Country’s Maritime Industry   Sandra Chukwunyere   Major stakeholders in the maritime industry want maritime training institutes in the country to upgrade their curricular in order to accommodate new and modern skills, needed to produce competent professionals as required in the contemporary shipping and maritime services […]

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Intermodal Transport System is Essential to Port Efficiency -NIMASA DG

July 15, 2018

By NIMASA The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside has said that for any country to achieve efficiency at its ports, intermodal transport system is an essential factor to consider. The DG who was addressing journalists in Lagos noted that in order to attract investment to the […]

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Incredible Airforce Officers Attack Hotel Rob 402k

July 12, 2018

By Yusuf Muhammed   Airforce officers numbering 15 on the 4th day of July, 2018 attacked New Titan Suite and Bar located at No. 23 Goloba Asogbon Street, Off Ebenezer Bus Stop, Ejigbo, Lagos State, Southwest, Nigeria.   According to the manager of the hotel, Mr Oyeniran Abiodun  Benjamin who is dating one of the […]

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