Stakeholders worry about attracting new investments over insecurity
Stakeholders and operators in the oil and gas industry have expressed concerns about safety of assets within Nigeria and offshore, especially with renewed pipeline vandalism and kidnapping of crew members of a Very Large Crude Carriers..
Senate threatens NIMASA DG with arrest over maritime security probe
The Senate has threatened to compel the Director-General of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, via a warrant,
Experts harp on information access to boost maritime sector
Despite the enormous economic and revenue benefits, including job opportunities in the Nigerian Maritime sector, security, administration and other activities in the sector have remained serious issues to contend with.
Why national transport policy is imperative for Nigeria, by stakeholders
Stakeholders have harped on the need for Nigeria to develop a sustainable national integrated transport policy.They said such integrated national policy would serve as a catalyst to the overall development of the country.
Reps probe NIMASA, transport ministry over alleged N71b scam
The House of Representatives yesterday mandated its relevant committees to probe the $195.5 million (about N 71 billion) contract allegedly awarded by the Ministry of Transportation to an Israeli security outfit to man Nigeria’s waterways.
Coalition, NIMASA disagree over $195m waterway security contract
A Coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) has called on the National Assembly to investigate the circumstances surrounding the award of a $195million security contract to secure Nigeria’s waterways to a foreign firm.
NIMASA’s contribution to consolidated fund hits N16 billion in 2019
Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), said it has contributed about N16billion to the consolidated revenue fund, exceeding the budgeted sum of N12billion.
‘Navy, NIMASA, NPA can secure Nigerian waters’
The Nigerian Navy (NN), Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), and the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), are expected to work vigorously to access the Secured Anchorage Area (SAA)
Five high profile persons who have appeared in court on wheelchairs
Here's a thread of events you’ve probably seen before: a high profile government official gets charged to court for a case of money laundering, fraud or any other crime, they fall ill, get admitted to a hospital, and then show up in court in a wheelchair.
How to utilise PR to build Nigeria’s image, attract investors
PR practitioners, communication scholars, maritime experts, and other stakeholders have stressed the need to use public relations as a tool to tell compelling stories that would change investors’ perception about Nigeria and the blue economy.