Port Infrastructure

  • Lift Ban on Importation of Rice Through Land Borders

    The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar III, has called on the Nigeria Customs Service to revisit its policy on the ban on importation of rice through the

  • FG Lifts Ban on Wood Export

    The federal government, through the ministry of environment, has lifted the ban placed on the export of wood. It is recalled that the federal ministry of environment (

  • Customs: The Gains of Inter-Agency Cooperation

    Nigeria has been grappling with numerous security challenges especially at the border posts. GLORIA EHIAGHE writes that growing cooperation among security agencies to


    With the expiration of an deadline earlier given to occupants of the right -of -way from the Apapa Port gate to the Apapa Area ‘B’ Police Station, Messrs AG Dangote


        Truck Park in Tincan, Apapa said to be 95% completed. Why is the Government refusing to complete and commission this project for the trailers and tankers that

  • Apapa: The Endangered Port City

    For long, there have been fears that a disaster of unimaginable proportion would one day befall Apapa, Nigeria’s commercial nerve centre. The fears emanate from the

  • NPA Records 15.4% Increased Cargo throughput, First Half 2014.

    The Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA) said that it recorded about 41.32 million metric tonnes of cargo throughput for the first half of the year, 2014, indicating an

  • Nigeria Inaugurates Movement of Containers by Rail

    By Gloria Ehiaghe Nigeria recently launched a regime of conveying containers from her ports to various parts of the country via the rail when the Nigerian Railway

  • Lillypond Container Terminal Pullout, Minus For Port Concession?

    The sudden decision early August by one of the key players in Nigeria’s port concession programme to close shop and pockets of negative criticisms from stakeholders

  • The Onisha River Port

    Onitsha River Ports: Another Round Of Politics?

    The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) and the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) have called for expressions of interest on advisory


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