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The sharing formula must be reviewed to allocate more resources to the State and Local Governments because of the growing responsibilities they are shouldering in critical sectors such as Agriculture and food security..
Nigeria has continued to lose large merchant vessels to neighbouring countries as the inability to develop deep seaports among other challenges scare shipping companies...
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has expressed readiness to work with the Ports Management Association of West and Central Africa (PMAWCA) for enhanced regional integration....
The management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) is poised to ensure optimal utilisation of its facilities across the nation’s seaports, according to the Acting Managing Director, Mr Mohammed Bello-Koko.
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has been working steadily to digitalise operations at all port locations in the country, towards optimal efficiency, elimination of corrupt practices and service excellence.
The Acting Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mohammed Bello-Koko, has said the completion of the entire stretch of the Tin Can port highway will totally eliminate
Four firms have issued a pre-action notice to the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) over an alleged plan by the Authority to award boat service contracts in the four pilotage districts
There are worries over return of traders and illegal occupants to Tin Can port despite repeated efforts by Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and Lagos Task Force to clean up the access road.
The General Manager, Board Secretary/Legal Adviser of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Innocent Gamboro Umar, has taken over as the Acting President of the prestigious Apapa Club.
For Nigeria to derive full benefits from the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCFTA), it must redefine its posture towards inter-regional trade
The Acting Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mr Mohammed Bello-Koko, has approved the appointment of three new port managers.
Corruption, weak reforms, regulatory inconsistencies, duplications of roles and overlapping functions are compounding the cost of transactions at the country’s seaports.