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Jinx Breaker: Jamoh emerges from the ranks at NIMASA

…Asita Okorie heads new board For only the third time in the history of Nigeria’s maritime regulatory authority has...

Ship owners get new guidelines to avoid Covid19

Shipowners have been issued new guidelines to avoid or manage an outbreak of coronavirus on board ships, courtesy the World Health Organization...

National Assembly backs Integrated Maritime Security project

…"Floating dock will boost Nigeria’s revenue"-Ikpeazu …Navy: "With SMVs, we can reach pirates anywhere on our waters" The Integrated...

Anti-Piracy: Global shipping interests commend Nigeria’s strategy

Major stakeholders in the international shipping community have said they are confident of the measures and satisfied with the effectiveness of Nigeria’s...

NAGAFF inaugurates compliance team to check port corruption

The office of the Vice President, Western Zone, National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) has inaugurated a compliance team in...

NIMASA reaffirms Dec. 2020 to end Single-Hull tanker operations

Five years after the revised schedule for phasing out single hull oil tankers and a regulation banning the carriage of heavy grade oil in...

IMO criticises unnecessary ship delay amid coronavirus scare

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), has urged member states to undertake all possible measures to prevent unnecessary delay of ships amid the...

NIWA moves to sanitise water transportation on nation’s waterways

The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has begun moves to upgrade its facilities and safety standard with a view to sanitising water...

Stereotypes, Water Transport and an emerging Megacity

With a population closing in on 20 million residents, Lagos State is arguably the one of the fastest growing cities in the...

NIMASA upgrades maritime security infrastructure with Special Mission Vessels

Fresh impetus had been injected into Nigeria’s bid to upgrade its maritime security architecture with the acquisition of two Special Mission Vessels...

Refiners trim output to boost low sulfur marine fuels margins

Refiners are expected to scale back production of low sulfur marine fuels in the short term as a recent rally in IMO-compliant...

Marine Pollution: NIMASA launches action plan on litter, plastic waste

…To eliminate land-based marine litter sources in 5 years …Agency leads cause to ban plastics In a bid to...
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