Maritime Development

  • Navy Saves Tanker From The Clutches Of Nigerian Pirates

    The Nigerian Navy said on Monday that it had averted the hijack and attack on `Hanze Kochi’, a marine tanker, and destroyed more illegal refineries. A statement signed

  • Union Petitions NASS Over Abuse Of Cabotage Act

    In furtherance to a request made by the House of Representatives Committee on Maritime Education, the Nigeria Merchant Navy Officers and Water Transport Senior Staff

  • MMIA CUSTOMS COMMAND GENERATES N18.6b in 5 MONTHS

    The Customs Area Controller, Murtala Muhammad International Airport (MMIA) Command, Ikeja, Lagos, Comptroller Frank Nduka Allannah has said that the command generated

  • NDCC As Endorsement Of Corruption

    Last week, the Nigeria Customs Service published a list of new beneficiaries of the suspended Negotiable Duty Credit Certificates (NDCC). The list shows that 155

  • Police disown report of possible attack on Lagos ports

    In apparent realization of the security and economic implication of the media reports of a possible attack on seaports in Lagos by the dreaded Boko Haram sect, the

  • PAAR Takes Customs Revenue to N1tr Mark

    The quest by the Nigeria Customs Service over the years to hit the N1trillion mark has been realized with the new clearance document, the Pre-Arrival Assessment Report (

  • Why Customs closed down MMIA Cargo Terminal

    For two weeks, from November 18 to December 2 2014, the cargo wing of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) was shut by the Nigeria Customs Service. While

  • Enforcement And Compliance (Part 1)

    What is Customs Enforcement and Compliance? Customs enforcement is concerned with the protection of society and fighting trans-national organized crime based on the

  • Amiwero’s Dance of Shame

    A few weeks ago, the factional leader of the National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Customs Agents (NCMDLCA), Mr. Lucky Eyis Amiwero, demonstrated publicly

  • Port Cost: Confronting the Regulator

    Since October 29 2014, the new commercial regulator of the port industry, the Nigerian Shippers Council, has been embroiled in legal tussles with shipping companies and

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