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Barring any last minute change, a new association of shipowners will be unveiled in Lagos today, SHIPS & PORTS DAILY can authoritatively reveal. The new association named Shipowners...
…Labinjo says decision may generate 500,000 jobs in no timeThe Federal Government may have issued the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) a marching order...
…As Labinjo holds First quarterly meeting holds at Rycroft Men of the Nigerian Police may have been drafted to the Nigeria Indigenous Ship-owners Association (NISA) Secretariat,...
…AS RANGK WARNS THAT AN “EXCO WITHOUT A PRESIDENT” IS SHEER ILLEGALITY The first quarterly meeting called by the Nigeria Indigenous Ship-owners Association (NISA) President, Capt. Olaniyi...
The President, Nigerian Indigenous Ship-owners Association (NISA), Capt. Olaniyi Labinjo has expressed deep concerned that seafarers were remarkably far from catching up with growing shipping technology....
Nigerian Indigenous Ship-owners Association (NISA), its Turkish and Greek counterparts are now fine tuning an arrangement that is aimed at providing Nigeria the platform to create...
…Bank rolls new NISA Secretariat — Labinjo confirms The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) may have embarked on decisive measures aimed at cutting back...
For the first time since we broke the story of his alleged involvement in a $6.5million ship purchase scandal with an indigenous firm, Acenk Maritime and...
… Labinjo assures Nigeria of enduring benefits The Nigerian Shipowners’ Association (NISA), on Tuesday formally flagged off a working relationship with the Turkish Shipowners’ Association (TUSA), for...
Gasoline prices further crashed in the United States this week, as it on the average, sold for $2.47 per gallon, even as the Naira got weaker,...