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6 Nov 2020
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) on Thursday night urged Lagos residents around Ijora Badia, where Oando Tank Farm is located, to remain calm as efforts are being made to put the fire which occurred at the facility under control. LASEMA Director-General, Dr Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, said in a statement that a combined response team,…
27 Oct 2020
The Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), has condemned the looting and burning of the headquarters building of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA). The Chairman, STOAN, Princess Vicky Haastrup, also conveyed the sympathy of all members to the Board, Management and Staff of the Authority over the incident. The NPA building, located on Marina…
21 Oct 2020
There appears a sigh of relief for importers from the traffic gridlock experienced on the Apapa and Tin Can Island Port roads, as Jakys Nigeria Limited berthed 32,000 Square meters throughout the terminal at Ijegun area of Satellite Town Lagos. With about 32,000 square meters, the terminal is expected to accommodate over 5,000 containers, and…
21 Oct 2020
Just as the EndSARS protests rock the nation, freight forwarders have shut down commercial activities at Tin Can Island Port, seeking an end to extortion by the Federal Operations Unit (FOU) of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS). The forwarders gathered within the Customs Processing Centre (CPC) at Tin Can Island Customs Command, holding placards that read:…
12 Oct 2020
Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has threatened industrial unrest over the Apapa gridlock in Lagos. The union, which issued a 21-day ultimatum to the federal and state governments to end the traffic problem, accused four shipping companies of being responsible for the seemingly intractable gridlock on the Oshodi-Apapa dual carriageway. A statement yesterday by…
29 Sep 2020
The Lagos nightmare, traffic, was on full parade in most parts of the state yesterday morning. At every major artery – Ikotun, Isolo, Okota, Ikeja Along, Iyana Ipaja, Lekki
12 Aug 2020
The Lagos State Government has announced closure of Ilupeju bypass for the Lagos-Ibadan Railway Modernisation Project between 8:00p.m. on Wednesday and 6:00a.m. on Thursday
10 Jun 2020
The Federal Controller of Work in Lagos, Mr Kayode Popoola, has reaffirmed the Federal Government’s commitment to delivering the Apapa/Oshodi/Ojota/Oworonshoki Expressway
26 Apr 2020
Africa Diving Services (ADS) was responsible for food item distribution and other necessities to assist lower-income households on Saturday in the Apapa community area of Lagos state.
24 Apr 2020
In a period of global economic lockdown characterised by a paucity of fund and investment, a leading terminal operator, APM Terminals’ has made an additional investment of $80million
21 Apr 2020
The Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN) has described the new guidelines rolled out recently by the Presidential Task Team on Apapa gridlock as a “recipe for chaos”
3 Apr 2020
The Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) and Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN) yesterday assured that some banks have resume operations in Apapa area of Lagos

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