NIMASA DG tasks PR practitioners on changing perception of maritime sector
The Director-General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has urged Public Relations (PR) practitioners to assist in changing investors’ perception of the maritime sector.
Nigeria intensifies strategies to protect marine environment
Nigeria has intensified efforts at protecting the marine environment in compliance with the Ballast Water Management Convention...
Nigeria seeks collaboration to tackle maritime crimes
Worried by the impact of maritime crime on the regional economy, Nigeria has sought partnership with other countries to tackle the menace headlong.
‘Manpower development germane for critical skills in maritime industry’
Having identified shortage of manpower in the Nigeria maritime industry, the agency has introduced new investments to harness the full potential of the industry.
WACT’s $10m facility upgrade boosts Onne Port cargoes traffic
Fortunes of the Onne Port in Rivers State was boosted yesterday as the West Africa Container Terminal (WACT) acquired two mobile harbour cranes for cargoes handling.
Pirates on Nigerian waters risk life imprisonment, N500 million fines
Hard times await pirates that operate on Nigerian waters, as the Suppression of Piracy and other Maritime Offences Bill, signed...
NIMASA ranks high in port, flag state control
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has topped the chart on Port and Flag State Control in the West and Central Africa Sub-Region.
Nigeria braces up for more women seafarers
The Federal Government has assured of producing more female seafarers with a view to exploring their potential in shipping for national development.