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N2.6 B 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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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 Shipsowners Forum. The various splinter groups which may now have to operate as one body in deference ...

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Customs in Owerri Seize N219m Contraband from Smugglers

It was ‘bad market’ for suspected smugglers operating within the axis of Owerri, Imo state, when Customs operatives swooped on them and impounded a 40 feet container load of two 2,000 cartons of imported frozen poultry products, cleverly concealed by 3,300 crates of Lacasera drinks, with a Duty Paid Value ...

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Pirates Kidnap Two Crew Members On Board Bourbon Vessel

Dare-devil pirates operating across Nigerian waters have attacked Bourbon-owned anchor handling and tug supply vessel (AHTS), and whisked away two of the crew members to an unknown location. The company which confirmed the attack and kidnapping of the crew members said the incident occurred off Nigerian waters on the 23rd ...

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Why We Support $3.8 bln FPSO Project in Nigeria- NAPIMS

The National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS), has explained its supports for the sitting of $3.8 billion Egina project at the yard of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics base (LADOL), saying the logistics supports service provider company has adequately demonstrated its competence in handling such projects. The clarification came Thursday, ...

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Customs, Transport Ministry May Clash Over Clearing Agents’ Registration

The Federal Ministry of Transport and the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) is heading on a collision course with the potential consequences of disrupting the business of clearing and forwarding of goods at the nation’s seaports. The cause of the looming crisis is the age-long controversy over which appropriate government agency ...

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N1.153bn NIMASA Probe: Court Okays Detention ofAkpobolokemi, Nine Others

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ratified the detention of former Director General of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Patrick Ziadeke Akpobolokemi and nine others over an on-going probe of alleged N1.153bn fraud. The former NIMASA strongman and his alleged collaborators had been in detention for ...

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Transport Minister Orders Probe of MAN, Oron

Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, has ordered a full- blown audit into the financial activities of the Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), Oron, Akwa-Ibom State. The order is sequel to allegations of financial recklessness levied against the Rector of the institute, Mr. Joshua Okpo, through some secrete memos to the ...

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Oil Price Fall, Our Opportunity- Jadesimi

Logistics service providers in the nation’s energy sector have been urged to take advantage of the otherwise worrisome free fall of oil prices in the international arena to improve on their potentials in providing the logistics needs of oil majors operating in the country. The advice was made by the ...

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NIMASA Shuts Obat Oil Jetty Over Safety Rules Violation

By Alex Akao The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has shut down Obat Oil and Petroleum Limited Jetty at Ibafon, Lagos, alleging that the prominent oil and gas facility owned by a first class traditional ruler from the South West Nigeria, violated certain safety standards. Specifically, the apex ...

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