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18 Jan
Media Friends of the late Otunba Kunle Folarin in collaboration with the Nigerian Ports Consultative Council (NPCC) will hold a one-day colloquium in honour of the late maritime expert on January 19, 2023.
27 Oct 2021
Nigeria would once again end another year with the unfulfilled promise of the National Single Window (NSW) project deployment at the nation’s seaports, which has cost the country N1.08 trillion losses yearly.
8 May 2019
Sequel to a projected growth 10 per cent in the nation’s maritime industry over the next two years, expectations are that local participation in shipping will also hit tremendous landmark, going by the recent policies of the Federal Government. Some of the factors that are expected to be the game changer for the sector, hitherto…
28 Nov 2018
A lot of commendations from major shipping operators for the ‘ABC of Shipping And Ports Operation In Nigeria’, a new publication that will debut to the public tomorrow, November 29 in Lagos.
28 May 2016
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday assured Nigerians that President Muhammadu Buhari was not interested in tele-guiding the anti-corruption agencies or prosecution authorities in the country...


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Midfielder Alex Iwobi says the Super Eagles are eager to redeem their image in their reverse fixture against the Wild Dogs of Guinea Bissau on Monday.
19 mins ago
An explosion at a chocolate factory in the US state of Pennsylvania has killed two people and left nine others missing, according to local media.
46 mins ago
An anonymous emergency telephone call on Friday led authorities to halt a train that contained a group of "suffocating" migrants, two of whom were dead, police in Texas said. The US Border Patrol stopped the train east of Knippa, a small community in southern Texas near the city of San Antonio, police said. "Approximately 15…
52 mins ago
The death toll from retaliatory US strikes on Iran-linked groups in Syria following a deadly drone attack has risen to 19, a war monitor said Saturday, as Washington insisted it is not seeking conflict with Tehran. Further rocket attacks by Iran-backed militias took place late Friday, prompting more strikes by coalition warplanes, the Syrian Observatory…
1 hour ago
Violent pension reform protests in France led to the postponement Friday of King Charles III's trip to the country, highlighting the growing security and political problems faced by President Emmanuel Macron. The French president condemned the latest burst of violence overnight, while a human rights watchdog criticised the "excessive use of force" by police during…