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NIMASA Pushes For Early Passage Of Anti Piracy Law

kDirector General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside has expressed the Agency’s desire to work with other stakeholders and expedite action on the passage of the Anti-Piracy and Other related Crimes at Sea into law. The DG who stated this at a 4-day workshop ...

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Customs Blame N230bn Revenue Shortfall On Cbn Forex Policy

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) said that the current foreign exchange restriction policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has resulted in a staggering N230bn shortfall in anticipated revenue, in the last quarter of 2015. The Comptroller General of Customs, retired Col. Hameed Ali confirmed this at the end of his ...

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LEADERSHIP CHANGE AT NIMASA: Controversy Trails Fate of Jauro …As Dakuku Assumes office as new DG

The assumption of office by Dr. Peterside Adolphus  Dakuku as the new Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Tuesday, has sparked off controversy as to the fate of the erstwhile acting DG of the agency, Alhaji Haruna Baba Jauro, who was last week relieved of his ...

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NIMASA DG: Stakeholders Expressed Mixed Feelings over Dakuku’s Appointment

Stakeholders in the maritime industry have expressed divergent views over Government’s appointment yesterday, of Dr. Peterside Dakuku as the substantive Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA). In the press statement made available to newsmen yesterday, the Federal Ministry of Transportation appointed Peterside as the substantive DG ...

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Again, Pirates Strike, Kidnaps Four Tanker Crew off Nigeria Waters

Dare devil pirates have yet again struck at the high seas off Nigeria waters and kidnapped four crew members of a chemical tanker. The incident occurred on March 5 when a group of armed pirates hijacked the tanker underway some 32nm South West of Bonny Island, Nigeria. The disclosure which ...

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How to Transform Nigeria for Economic Growth in Three Years – By LADOL Boss

Nigeria’s vast oil and gas sector has the potentials to transform the country economically within three years, by tapping into the opportunities offered in the industry to train the youth for gainful employment. This was the submission of the managing director of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics base (LADOL), Dr. ...

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FG Appoints Dakuku Peterside As DG NIMASA

The Federal Government has appointed Dr. Dakuku Adol Peterside as the Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA). The appointment takes effect from 10th March, 2016, was announced Thursday, by the Director (Press and Public Relations) of the Federal Ministry of Transportation, Mrs. Yetunde Sonaike. Dr. ...

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FG Compels Merger Of Ship Owners’ Splinter Groups

A Federal government’s directive through the Nigeria’s Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has compelled the various associations of indigenous ship owners in the country to merge under a common umbrella known as the Ships owners Forum. The various splinter groups which may now have to operate as one body in ...

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N2.6 Bln NIMASA Fraud: Bank Manager Reveals More Facts against Akpobolokemi

The on-going case of alleged N2.6 billion fraud against embattled former Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Mr. Patrick Akpobolokemi, took a fresh twist during the week following more damning revelations by the manager of one of the banks allegedly used by him to defraud the ...

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PIRACY ATTACKS: Filipino seafarers’ Demand More pay for ‘Risky Voyage’ to Nigeria

Philippine seafarers on board vessels which call at the Nigerian seaports have issued notice to the Nigerian authorities to pay more as ‘hazard charges’, saying that could only compensate for their ‘risky voyage’ to the country. The demand is sequel to an earlier classification of Nigerian ports and waters as ...

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