International Maritime Organisation
The maritime community has kicked against the low representation of women and the gender bias in the sector, the newly-published 2021 IMO
The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has set up a search and rescue centre in the state to increase safety on the waterways.
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has said it is supporting the Government of Nigeria to develop a Port Community System (PCS) for electronic data exchange for its sports complex.
29 Dec 2021
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Assembly has charged the Governments of its 175 member states to assist in the prevention of piracy and armed robbery against ships
22 Dec 2021
Insecurity, poor infrastructure, non-professionalism, politics and low local shipping capacity are obstacles hindering Nigeria from becoming a maritime nation.
11 Dec 2021
Nigeria has once again lost the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Category C Council election for the 2022-2023 biennium for the sixth consecutive time.
4 Aug 2021
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) is marking a decade of action on cutting greenhouse gas emissions from shipping.
30 Jun 2021
The title of this piece is the theme the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) chose for the celebration of the 2021 edition of the annual Day of Seafarers, which was held on Friday, June 25.
20 Apr 2021
Minister of State for Transportation, Gbemisola Saraki, has stepped up talks with African countries to support Nigeria to be elected into Category C of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Council.
23 Dec 2020
ILO rues govts failure to protect seafarers Nigeria and 44 other member states of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) have designated seafarers as key workers, a key step in resolving the ongoing crew change crisis. Keyworker designation is essential to exclude seafarers from specific COVID-related travel restrictions, allowing them to travel between their…
16 Dec 2020
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Secretary-General, Kitack Lim, has called on everyone in the maritime and shipping industry to work together for a “sustainable post-pandemic recovery and truly sustainable future”.