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2 days ago
The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has commenced the removal of wrecks from three major axis of inland waterways in Lagos, namely Ibeshe, Owode and Ijora axis.
10 Aug
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Lagos State Government has been called to maximise the use of her waterways for mass transportation and sustained development.
8 Aug
The Oyo State Government has said it will serve traders and residents of Ibadan and its environs contravention notices for erecting illegal structures on flood plains, blocking waterways
5 Aug
Lagos State Government has been charged to maximise the use of her waterways for mass transportation as well as incorporate resilience to long-term impacts of climate change and extreme weather
24 Jul
Between July 6 and 8, a total of 18 persons lost their lives in two boat mishaps in Ikorodu and Mile 2 areas of Lagos State.
19 May
As part of efforts to enhance the distribution of cargo across the nation, Nigeria is projecting the movement of over two million containers on the nation's inland waterways yearly by 2025.
29 Dec 2021
The Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh, has said that the northern part of the country is lagging in the issue of the maritime industry
29 Nov 2021
Over 50 narcotic officers on Saturday seized 12,385 kilogrammes of Loud Cannabis, a strong variant of the illicit weed imported from a neighbouring country and smuggled into Lagos through the waterways.
10 Nov 2021
Akwa Ibom State Police Command has vowed to make the state waterways unsafe for criminals.
19 Jul 2021
Except built environment professionals, especially cost experts are recognised in national development, the recovery of the economy would remain a mirage, quantity surveyors
19 May 2021
The maritime environment is a very peculiar one. The large expanse of water that could stretch for thousands of kilometers allows for unfettered movement of vessels, with very little risk
28 Apr 2021
The concept of maritime security and safety goes beyond policing waterways to keep them free of criminals and objects that impede activities that are associated with the entire maritime ecosystem

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