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1 Dec
The newly-elected Secretary-General of the Maritime Organisation of West and Central Africa (MOWCA), Dr. Paul Adalikwu, has reassured that the organisation will improve member countries’
1 Dec
The Maritime Anti-corruption Network (MACN) and the Convention on Business Integrity (CBI) have said that the help desk intervention for vessel clearance has recorded a drastic reduction
1 Dec
Citing seven investment opportunities opened to investors in the maritime industry, the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has wooed foreign investors to the sector.
1 Dec
The issue of security and safety in Nigeria’s waterways, up to the entire Gulf of Guinea, is one that will always be on the front burner and receive priority attention from the Federal Government
10 Nov
Piracy and other forms of maritime criminality are phenomena that have been with humanity for centuries and are therefore issues countries have had to live with over time.
7 Nov
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has introduced new measures to check security threats in the Nigerian maritime domain and deter persons who may seek illegal means
13 Oct
Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) represents the range of knowledge of a very wide and all-encompassing subject matter crucial to the maritime security of any nation
8 Oct
The Minister of Transportation, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi has assured that the Federal Government will continue to pursue policies and programmes, which will make the maritime industry attractive
6 Oct
Stakeholders in the maritime sector, yesterday, bemoaned the low status of African countries in the international maritime space, despite being a prominent centre of trade in the world.
1 Oct
Stakeholders in the maritime sector have called for a prioritised capacity development and equal employment opportunities for Nigerian seafarers just like their foreign counterparts.
30 Jun
Stakeholders in the country’s maritime sector have called for new ways of ensuring the improved welfare of seafarers.
3 Jun
Major stakeholders in the maritime industry have decried the spate of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, identifying several factors that may have contributed to the lingering attacks on ships and seafarers in recent times. Stakeholders, who spoke at the Maritime Virtual Breakfast Meeting (MVBF) organised by the Nigerian Chamber of Shipping (NCS), said security…

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