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Akpobolokemi ballooned budget to embezzle NIMASA’s N687.2m, witness alleges

…As DMO says Investors bid N234bn for N150bn bonds offer*** A prosecution witness, Mr Ekene Nwakuche, has told an...

Alleged N3.4bn NIMASA Fraud: Witness says money expended on Intelligence gathering

…As Tanzania sentences Chinese ‘Ivory Queen’ smuggler to 15 years jail*** A Federal High Court in Lagos was on...

APAPA GRIDLOCK: FRSC may adopt special template to tackle crisis

...As NIMASA says Cabotage Act: Enforcement is to provide jobs to Nigerians*** The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)...

Politics or Business: NIMASA cancels Cabotage wavers, clampdown on one vessel

…As FG explains why Nigeria's exports are facing challenges overseas*** With politics in the air and the President election...

Israeli security firm HLSi equips Nigeria with skill to tackle piracy

…Dakuku restated Commitment for eradicating Sea crimes*** An Israeli security firm, the HLSi Security Systems and Technologies Limited has moved Nigeria another...

Merchant Navy petitions NIMASA over Chinese domination of Cabotage trade

The Nigeria Merchant Navy Officers and Water Transport Senior Staff Association has petitioned Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, over what it described...

Shippers Council defends registration fees at seaports

…As Senate drops Supreme Court case on Onnoghen’s suspension*** The Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) has given an insight into why...

Industry growth not more than 2%, Stakeholders fault NIMASA’s 2018 Projection

…Laughed off Agency’s 10 % projection for 2019*** Against the backdrop of non-disbursed Cabotage Vessel Financing Fund (CVFF), soaring piracy...

NIMASA Projects 10% Industry growth, eyes higher shipping activities in 2019

The Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside on Tuesday projected a 10 per cent growth in...

Cargo throughput records lowest performance in 2018

…As Atiku says Ports losing $20bn annually to inefficiency*** Cargo throughput, excluding crude oil, at Nigerian ports, witnessed the lowest...
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