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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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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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CILT Wants Efficient Truck Management Within Lagos Ports

October 30, 2018

…Calls For Intermodal Transport System By Sandra Chukwunyere The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has called for an efficient and proper management of our haulage subsector otherwise trucks plying on our roads to bring development, grow the country’s economy and reduce cost of doing business through an efficient in the country. The National President […]

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Nigeria Should Go Back To Cargo Sharing Formula – Capt.  Onoharigho

October 29, 2018

By Sandra Chukwunyere Nigeria as a shipping nation has been called upon to go back to old system of cargo sharing formula, the 60;20;20 sharing system as would help and encourage cargo generation local and foreign shipping  operators. The above view was highlighted by a PhD holder in Transport and Geography,maritime expert and a shipping […]

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Logistics,Transport Sector Paramount To Economic Development – Minister

October 29, 2018

。 Logistics,Transport Sector Paramount To Economic Development – Minister Posted by Maritime Newsroom The Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi has said that logistics and transport sector  which are critical,important and also very paramount to the nation’s economy and development. The minister made this disclosure at the 2018 annual conference and general meeting of […]

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Ezinne Dorothy Ndukoso Buried Amidst Encomium

October 26, 2018

…As Fmr. Minister, NIMASA DG Describes Her As Highly Respected, Kind and Generous By Ambrose Okehi Ezinne(Mrs) Dorothy Ndukoso Osamgbi (Nee Eluemunor), the mother of the Deputy Director and Head, of Corporate Communications, Mr. Isichei Osamgbi has finally been laid to rest at her husband’s country home and family compound,

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NIMASA DDPR Buries Mother In Delta State

October 25, 2018

By Sandra Chukwunyere The remains of Madam Ezinne Dorothy Ndukoso Osamgbi(Nee Eluemunor) mother of the Deputy Director and Head, Corporate Communications, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Mr Isichei Osamgbi will be lowered to Mother- Earth on October,26 2018 in Asaba,Delta State. In a press statement signed by families of Ogbueshi Alexander Chukwuma Osamgbi of […]

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NIMASA DG: Maritime,Catalyst For Nigeria’s Industrialisation

October 18, 2018

Stakeholders Commend NIMASA’s Leadership Role in Africa Posted by Maritime Newsroom For Nigeria to effectively move away from an oil-dependent economy and industrialise, it must develop the blue economy. This was the position of the Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside and other top players in the maritime […]

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Political Will and Joint Efforts Needed to Reverse Losses of N450bn in GDP Due to Malnutrition in Nigeria

October 13, 2018

***As HarvestPlus announces Nutritious Food Fair in Lagos Posted by Maritime Newsroom Efforts to address malnutrition in Nigeria require both collective and political will, a coalition of nutrition advocates led by HarvestPlus have said. At a gathering in Lagos to announce the 2018 Nutritious Food Fair, the Country Manager for HarvestPlus, Mr Paul Ilona said […]

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NSC Meets with shipping Companies Over Plan to Introduce Congestion Surcharge

October 13, 2018

Posted by Maritime Newsroom The Nigerian Shippers’ Council would on Monday, October 15, 2018, meet with Shipping Agencies in Nigeria over the planned congestion surcharges on Apapa and Tin Can Island Ports by some Shipping Companies. The meeting which is in line with Council’s statutory function of regulating tariffs, rates, charges and other related economic […]

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