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How Presidential Task Force ‘Feast’ On Apapa Tarffic Gridlock

The Maritime Reporters’ Association of Nigeria (MARAN), has raised an alarm over how a Presidential Task Force put in place to monitor as well as manage the endemic Apapa ports city traffic gridlock has allegedly turned their job into illegal avenues for extortion of motorists and other ports users. In …

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LADOL Part Ways With SHI, Alleges Serial Contract Breaches By Korean-Based Ship Building Yard

The Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL) has terminated its sublease contract agreement with Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) following alleged “repeated uncautionable negative activities” and breaches of due processes by the multinational ship builders. The foremost Nigerian indigenous oil and gas service provider based in Apapa, Lagos, was local content partner …

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28 Officers Detained as Customs Seizes another Cache of 475 Illegal Arms Import

No less than 28 Customs officers have been arrested in connection with series of illegal weapons imports through the Lagos seaports, following a fresh discovery of another container loaded with 475 riffles at the Tin Can island ports in Lagos, yesterday. The discovery is coming at the heels of a …

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Customs Hits Bumper Seizures of N1.6b in Lagos

… 20 SUVs of 2017 Included The Nigerian Custom Service (NCS), has made a spectacular seizures of state – of –the –art vehicles and other sundry goods within the Lagos axis with a street value of about N1.6 billion, in three weeks. The seizures comprises mostly of 17 assorted Sports …

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OIL& GAS MONOPOLY: How FG’s Fresh Position Will Grow Economy-Oditah

The recent Federal Government’s policy clarification on the ports industry aimed at eliminating monopoly has been described as one that would engender competition in the system with the ultimate goal of growing the nation’s economy. The observation was made in Lagos, Thursday by Professor Fidelis Oditah, a Senior Advocate of …

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LADOL, World Business Leaders Plot Africa’s Benefits In $12trn Global Economic Development

The Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics base (LADOL), has joined notable world business promoters in mapping out strategies to actualize how Africa could effectively reap a whopping $1 trillion from a projected $12 trillion new market value in an emerging global economic system. The projected $12 trillion economic developing plan evolved …

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NIMASA Shuts Three Jetties Over Safety Breaches

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has shut three private jetties and port facilities, alleging safety breaches. Head, Corporate Communications of the apex maritime regulatory agency, Hajia Lami Tumaka, said the action was in pursuant to NIMASA’s mandate as the Designated Authority (DA) for the implementation of the …

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Senior Female Customs Officer Abducted In Lagos

Few days away from Christmas, kidnappers again struck in Lagos with the abduction of a top ranking female customs officer, Mrs. Betty Kolo. Kolo, a Chief Superintendent of Customs, was abducted by unknown men Tuesday night at about 8pm in Festac Lagos. Although details of her abduction remain sketchy as …

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FG Bans Importation Of Vehicles Through Land borders

The Federal government has announced a blanket ban on all the importation of all category of vehicles into the country through the land borders. The prohibition order covers both new and used vehicles. A statement issued by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Public Relations Officer, Mr Wale Adeniyi on Monday …

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NIMASA Shares Views On Customs Board Chair

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has said that it was yet to lend its position to the on-going stakeholders debate on the constitution of the chairmanship and board membership of the Nigeria Customs Service, saying the agency may do so at the appropriate time. A statement by …

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