Nigeria celebrates seafarers in difficult times
Chukwu Obi, a crew on board a liner vessel, left home early March 2020, for a voyage that was originally scheduled to last for 35 days. Based on the initial plan in the contract...
NIMASA, IMO seek recognition for seafarers in COVID-19 fight
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), in collaboration with the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), has called for the recognition
Government to spend N10 billion on shipwreck removal
For smooth sailing of vessels on Nigerian waterways, the Federal Government has unveiled plans to expend about N10 billion to remove shipwrecks from the territorial waters.
Group moves against relocation of NIMASA’s floating dry dock
As the bickering continues over the location of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMSA’s), floating dry dock, the Maritime Industry Advocacy Initiative
Nigeria vows to end piracy in Gulf of Guinea
The Federal Government has promised to employ all machinery to eliminate the act of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.
Minister tasks NPA, NIMASA boards on maritime sector development
Barely three months after their appointment, board of directors of the Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA) and Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) have been urged...
Issues behind demolition of hotels in Rivers
The demolition of two hotels in Eleme for allegedly flouting Rivers State Governor’s executive orders on Covid-19 has triggered uproar between government...
Cross River denies receiving COVID-19 donation from NIMASA
Cross River State Government has rejected donations from the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), to help in the fight against Coronavirus.