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Adedayo Moruf Balogun

10 Jul 2019
In the last couple of years, the Calabar Port Complex has been inundated with several challenges that have withered its fortunes, thus causing pains for terminal operators and importers. Major obstacles to fully harness the full potential of the trade arena include, shallow water channel, security threats, poor road network, and encroachment, among others. With…
24 Apr 2019
It may well be an honour to go to war twice, but it is quite shameful to lose the same battle a second time. This captures Nigeria’s current...
24 Mar 2019
Maritime specialist and the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Ecomarine Terminal Limited, Adedayo Moruf Balogun in this interview with SULAIMON SALAU traced the tactics adopted by neighbouring West African seaports to take the advantage of economics of scale of size in shipping and how Nigeria has missed out for deciding to take the back seat. How…

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