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Dakuku Adol Peterside

8 Jan
Truly, the challenge of leadership in Nigeria starts from the way we recruit, prepare and the manner we enable leaders function. That indeed is our challenge.
11 Apr 2019
The Federal Government has begun moves to end granting of cabotage waivers nationwide.To this end, a five-year plan was yesterday launched in Lagos to see to its successful execution and establishment of a new regime that makes indigenous....
20 Mar 2019
Globally, the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) Piracy Reporting Centre, based in Singapore, recorded 201 incidents of maritime piracy and armed robbery in 2018, up from 180 in 2017.
23 Aug 2018
Despite reports of massive infrastructure development in Rivers State, Director General of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Adol Peterside...
20 Jul 2016
Amaechi, who expressed his displeasure about the poor performance of the agency said: “One of the reasons why I set up the committee was my visit to NIMASA. I asked a question, what does NIMASA do?

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Napoli returned to the top of Serie A on Sunday after Nigerian international Victor Osimhen scored the only goal in a hard-fought 1-0 win against Torino.
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The World Food Programme (WFP) may cut food rations and reduce the number of people it serves in the North East states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa by 50 per cent, if it fails to receive at least $55 million in a matter of weeks.
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Following gradual return of workers to offices and international travel resumption, Nigeria’s high-end homes are in high demand, which have prompted rise in rental prices and increase in off-plan sales.