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Development Shipping Sector Paramount – Barr.Usoro

November 13, 2018

        By Sandra Chukwunyere   The development of only shipping subsector without considering other integral parts of maritime industry may not achieve much without a holistic developmental approach that would affect and enhance the operational  structure of the entire gamut of maritime industry. This disclosure was made by the General Secretary Abuja, MOU, […]

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NSDP: Nigeria Should Increase Capacity On Seafaring – Capt. Warredi 

November 12, 2018

By Sandra Chukwunyere Nigeria as a maritime nation has been called upon to upgrade its human development capacity as far as seafaring and  shipping operations are concerned. This will help her maximize its marine potential, meet up with international best practice in international  shipping business as well as ensure that she produces of higher quality […]

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NIMASA Will Provide Simulator to MAN Oron Soonest – ED Finance

November 9, 2018

By Sandra Chukwunyere The challenges and years of graduating from Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), Oron, Akwa Ibom State, as cadets, marine engineers or even seamen with only classroom experience, without practical knowledge of what ships look like is over. The Executive Director Finance and Administration, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Mr. Bashir […]

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CAPACITY BUILDING: MAN ORON Rector Commends NIMASA DG

November 9, 2018

…Says the Agency will Help to Pay salaries of Lecturers By Sandra Chukwunyere This year’s World Maritime Day celebration was a great one indeed as it presented a great opportunity and a platform for the Rector of the famous maritime institute in Nigeria, the Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN) Oron, Akwa Ibom State,Commodore Duja Effedua, […]

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NPA Goes Technological in Developing Nation’s Seaports, Builds Own Simulator -ED Marine and Operations

November 9, 2018

By Ambrose Okehi The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has assured Nigerians, particularly the maritime stakeholders and the entire shipping community that agency fast developing in its operations and infrastructures in line with advanced technology in order to meet up with world best practice. The authority also said that it is fast developing its own simulators […]

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Maritime Industry of our Dreams Needs Long Term, Medium Term and Short Term Strategies _ Capt. Olugunwa

November 9, 2018

ó Captain Jide Olugunwa is not new to the industry. He is popular within the maritime shipping sector. His name rings bell. And those who know him know what he stands for. As an expert in the shipping operations and a master mariner of many decades, he had paid his dues. Capt. Olugunwa is the […]

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Govt.Can Encourage Co-operatives Through Incentives, Enabling Environment To Function – Chief Registrar

November 8, 2018

ICOPRON MEMBERS[/caption) By Sandra Chukwunyere Apart from the global trend and understanding that the employment of cooperative mechanisms have continued to lessen peoples’ problems and harsh realities of life. Or the fact that the Consumer cooperative society can be deployed to rescue respective human needs, governments of all levels have been identified as another way […]

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ICOPRON Members Want Institute Chartered

November 8, 2018

…President Calls for More Lobbying of Lawmakers By Sandra Chukwunyere The Institute of Co-operative Professionals of Nigeria (ICOPRON ) has called on its members to do everything humanly possible including visitations and lobbying of the members of the National Assembly with sole intent of securing their acceptance of the institute as chartered as they on […]

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Govt, Individual Investors Should Invest In Water Transport –  Comrade Gguan

November 8, 2018

Comrade Paul Gguan is the District Chairman of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) the Liverpool Waterfront District, Lagos. Here in this interview, he called on Nigerians to see the need of investing in inland waterways transportation, thereby making it alternative to road transportation. He also called for training and retraining of boat operators. […]

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Smuggling The Mother of All Crime – DC KIRAWA

November 4, 2018

By Sandra Chukwunyere The Nigeria Customs Service has again emphatically said that smuggling is not only hampering the economy or dangerous to the societal health but has been actually termed the mother of all crime. The Deputy Comptroller(DC) and National Coordinator,CGC Strike force, Abdullahi Kirawa stated this during a public lecture organised by Trans quest […]

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