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14 Sep 2017
Stakeholders in the maritime industry have urged the Federal Government to shift attention to the development of the nation’s maritime sector, in its quest for economic diversification.
10 Aug 2017
According to one of the executives operating at Tin Can, Akande Balogun, the protest was to sensitise members not to pay the offensive operations fee, which was to commence on August 1st, but had not been successful.
5 Jul 2017
Stakeholders operating in the maritime industry have described the reconstruction of the Apapa Road as a welcome development in view of the hardship and trauma Nigerians face accessing the port and their work places.
21 Jun 2017
Notwithstanding the commendations that trailed the executive order signed by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo to enhance the ease of doing business at the ports, concerned stakeholders have expressed...
16 May 2017
Clearing agents yesterday embarked on an indefinite strike to protest what they termed worrisome level of corruption and infrastructure decay at the ports.
27 Feb 2017
Owing to their shallow water challenges, the nation’s seaports are not contributing optimally to the growth of the economy.
1 Feb 2017
The Federal Government has been urged to pay a closer attention to the revival of the ailing maritime sector, in its quest to urgently survive the prevailing economic recession and further boost the nation’s economy.
23 Jan 2017
The Federal Government plans to instal anti-corruption mechanisms at Nigerian ports to tackle fraudulent and criminal activities.
11 Jan 2017
The role of Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) in easing the challenges facing the nation’s shipping sector cannot be overemphasized, even as it is embroiled in a series of litigation.
6 Sep 2016
Customs Area Controller in charge of Seme border, Comptroller Victor Dimka, promised to roll out a circular to all customs officers and agents requesting documentary evidence on officers violating extant laws of the federation by...
10 Aug 2016
The National Publicity Secretary of NAGAFF, Stanley Ezenga, in a statement made available to The Guardian said the corporate veil has been a huge source of revenue leakage, hence the reviewed Customs law should do away with it.

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