Maritime Development

  • SHIP BUILDING AND REPAIRS: WHAT DOES NIGERIA WANT?

    Ship building/repair is another area the government of Nigeria has demonstrated criminal inconsistency and lack of direction. The result is that every progress gets

  • ORGANIZATIONS PARTNER TO TRAIN MAN CADETS

    Since the Minister of Transport, Senator Idris Umar made it mandatory for shipping companies operating on Nigerian waters to take some cadets on board their vessels for

  • NIMASA ARRESTS VESSEL FOR VIOLATING CABOTAGE ACT

    For violating the Cabotage Act, a vessel, GAZ PROVIDENCE is currently being held at the Apapa terminal of Navgas by military personnel attached to the Maritime

  • NISA SHOPS FOR NEW LEADERSHIP

    An election guideline to which all members are expected to adhere for an election planned for November has been put in place by the Nigerian Shipping Association, NISA.

  • FG Sets To Designate 6 ICDs as Ports of Origin

    The Minister of Transport, Senator Idris Umar has said that no fewer than six approved Inland Container Depots (ICDs) across the country would be designated as ports of

  • NPA Boss Links Port Congestion To Rehabilitation Works

    The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mallam Habib Abdullahi has attributed the problems associated with congestion within the ports in Lagos to the

  • THE EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE AND NIGERIA’S PORTS

    Since July, the global community has been battling with the rampaging Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), each country securing her borders to prevent spread from West and

  • WMC Intercepts Bags of Rice In Badagry

    Barely five days the acting Area Controller of the Western Marine Command (WMC) of the Nigeria Customs Service, Chief Superintendent of Customs Gabriel Johnson took over

  • Mariner says security level at Onne Port too high

    Master Mariner and former Consultant to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), Capt. Abiodun Omotesho on Friday bemoaned the continued placement of Onne Port,

  • Four Confirmed Dead In Lagos Boat Accident

    Four people have reportedly lost their lives and one person still missing in Lagos after a boat capsized in Ajah. The boat was carrying 22 passengers when it was hit

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