Omonibeke: Nigeria Need to do more as a Maritime Nation

*Backs Creation of Separate Ministry for Maritime *Seeks Continuous Dredging of Bonny and Lagos Channels Engr....

Mustapha: The Way Out of BOT, ANLCA Crisis

*Crisis Takes Toll on ANLCA *Less Privileged Members Suffering as Licenses are Lying Idle in NCS Headquarters

Anishere: Women should not relent in the Pursuit of their Dreams

*Seeks to change the scenario whereby very few women are appointed to head government parastatals. *Continuous learning is a trait of good leadership particularly in...

Elochukwu: We Have Not Done Well as a Nation

*Present leadership of ANLCA should set its Priorities and Run with them *Assessment of Customs should not be based on Revenue Targets  Former National President, Association...

Bonny Channel: NPA, NLNG Begin Talks

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) has begun talks on the present restrictions in Bonny channel as...

NCS Begins Crackdown on Smugglers

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has started a crackdown on the activities of those it called “deviant smugglers” in Nigeria’s premier border, Seme. Spearheaded by...

NCS, FOU, Impounds More Contraband

The anti-smuggling campaign of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has yielded more results as the Federal Operations Unit (FOU), Zone A, Ikeja, Lagos has...

What Amaechi said at the Unveiling of Nigeria’s Maritime Industry Forecast for 2018 and...

The Maritime Domain remains the dominant medium for global shipping and commerce and it holds the key for unlocking the streams of opportunities in...

638 NIMASA Staff Gets Elevation

No fewer than 638 staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has been promoted. The promotion was approved by the Governing Board of the...

NIMASA Inaugurates Committee to Review Ship Registration

Peace Obi Determine to enhance the status of the Nigerian flag and make it attractive for vessel owners to register their vessels with Nigeria based...

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