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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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NIGERIA: MARAN Organises Seminar To Examine Decade Of Ports Concession Programme

The oldest grouping of accredited journalists covering the sector, the Maritime Reporters Association of Nigeria (MARAN) is organising a one-day seminar on the ten years of port concession in the nation. The event, which is billed for Tuesday, August 30, 2016, proposes to highlight the pains and gains of the ...

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Economic Recession: Maritime Workers’ Union Lament Sack Of 3000 Members

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN), has lamented the current economic recession hitting the country, saying the situation has led to the loss of jobs of its 3000 workers who has so far been disengaged by no less than 20 shipping companies. President-General of the union, Mr. Anthony Emmanuel, ...

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Customs May Mis N1Trn 2016 Revenue .As Agency Nets N385bn, Half Year

All hopes and aspirations of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) to contribute a minimum of N1 trillion as revenue for government this year, may now remain a pipe dream as the Service is only able to generate N385.7 billion half way into the year. Customs Comptroller General, Hameed Ibrahim Ali, ...

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NAGAFF Lists Obstacles To Trade Facilitation In Nigeria …. Bemoans Foreign Dominance of Supply Chain Sector

The National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) has urged the Federal government to urgently take step to address what it called, foreign dominance of the nation’s logistics supply chain, a sub sector of international trade in the country. The association which claimed its foundation in 1999 became necessary ...

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STCW: NIMASA, Navy Collaborate to Certify Trained Officers, Ratings

kuThe Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) is set to collaborate with the Nigerian Navy (NA) in a move to certify trained Naval Officers and Ratings in line with the requirements of Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW). STCW is one of the safeties at sea conventions adopted ...

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