Month: December 2018

US Coast Guard Lauds NIMASA,Offers Advise on Port Security

December 19, 2018

Posted by Maritime Newsroom The United States Coast Guard has commended the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) for its efforts to improve security and operational efficiency within Nigeria’s maritime domain. The commendation was given on Thursday in Lagos by a visiting coast guard team led by Lt Commander Janna Ott. The delegation was […]

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Expert Sues for Collaboration

December 19, 2018

Posted by Maritime Newsroom In order to find a workable agreeable platform and a better working relationship that will enhance growth and development in the maritime industry, an expert in maritime issues, port and shipping related matters has called for a more and better collaborative and inter-agency good working relationship in the maritime transport shipping […]

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Nigeria Customs Rakes In N1.1 trn Between January And November

December 19, 2018

Posted by Maritime Newsroom The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has told the Nigerian public that it made a total of N1.1 trillion as revenue from the month of January and November 2018. This was disclosed on Monday by the government agency. The Customs also declared that it confiscated traded goods with duty paid value of […]

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Maritime, Logistics Heartbeat of Globalisation – NIMASA DG

December 14, 2018

  *** Bags CILT Fellowship Award   posted by Maritime Newsroom   The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has said that the maritime sector and logistics are the driving force behind globalisation, stressing that everything about trade and development is centred on maritime transport and logistics. Dakuku […]

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CILT President Calls for Collaboration on how to End Apapa Gridlock

December 12, 2018

CILT President, Mr Ibrahim Jubril   By Sandra Chukwunyere   The National President Chartered Institute of logistics and Transport (CILT) Mr Ibrahim Jibril  has urged all the stakeholders in the maritime industry to collaborate to end the continuous traffic situation along Oshodi/Apapa Expressway and the adjoining roads within Apapa. Mr. Ibrahim who spoke at a […]

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Senate, Transport Ministry Opt for Maritime as Economic Alternative

December 8, 2018

  …As Dakuku Calls For Synergy among Sister Agencies      Posted by Maritime Newsroom       The Senate Committee on Marine Transport and the Federal Ministry of Transportation (FMOT) have called on stakeholders to join the Government in its recent efforts to pay more attention to the development of the maritime sector as […]

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Ogun Customs generates N1.1bn in November, makes massive Seizure

December 8, 2018

  Posted by Maritime Newsroom The Customs Area Controller of Ogun Command, Comptroller Michael Agbara said that the Command recorded major offensive against smugglers plying the area Command with the seizure of a total of 6, 015×50 kg of contraband imported rice and 67 vehicles. He said, the Command collected and generated total revenue of […]

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NIMASA ED, Jamoh Elected CIoTA President

December 8, 2018

    By Sandra Chukwunyere   The Executive Director Finance and Administration of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Mr BashirJamoh has emerged the National President of the Chartered Institute of Transport and Administration (CIoTA). Jamoh’s emergence as the new helmsman of the transport academy,  transport was after the then president, Prof. Ogwude […]

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Collaboration critical for Zero Substandard Imports – SON DG

December 7, 2018

      By Sandra Chukwunyere   The Director General of Standard Oganisation of Nigeria (SON) Osita Aboloma, has stated that collaboration is key for the achievement of Zero Substandard Imports. Aboloma made the disclosure as part of his address at the Sensitization Workshop for the Maritime Sector in Lagos. He said that the theme […]

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Dakuku Calls on IMB to Ensure Fairness in Reportage of Piracy in Nigeria

December 5, 2018

*** Inaugurates ICIC Committee *** IMSOT, UK Team Commends NIMASA   Posted by MaritimeNewsroom The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has called on the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) to ensure fairness and balance in its reportage of piracy issues on Nigeria’s territorial waters. Dakuku regretted what […]

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