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There are strong indications that the security situation in Nigeria’s waterways up to the Gulf of Guinea is improving.
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Rector, Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron, Commodore Duja Effedua, has said his target is to attract more international affiliations and certifications for the academy.
The Minister of State for Transportation, Sen. Gbemisola Saraki, has said that the Federal Government would take a holistic look at the remittances of the Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency...
Stakeholders in the maritime industry have said for Nigeria to tap into the $296 billion and 49 million jobs being generated by the blue economy, it must urgently
The Governing Board of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has approved the appointment of three new directors, Mr. Eric OJI, Mr. Dimowo Heaky
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.
The effort by the current administration at the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to drive the paradigm shift from crude oil to the Blue Economy
Corruption, weak reforms, regulatory inconsistencies, duplications of roles and overlapping functions are compounding the cost of transactions at the country’s seaports.
Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) have initiated a joint effort to close gaps identified by the International Maritime Organisation...
The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has said the removal of wrecks worth billions of naira from the country’s waterways would attract more investment opportunities to the maritime sector.
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) is currently working to shift attention from crude oil as the main source of revenue for the country to what is known as the Blue Economy.
President Muhammadu Buhari has withdrawn his earlier approval that over $209 million and N32 billion be released to Nigerian investors in the maritime industry under the Cabotage Vessel Finance Fund (CVFF) scheme.