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World Maritime Day

3 Oct
Stakeholders in the nation’s maritime industry have lauded the contributions of seafarers to national economy notwithstanding the numerous health and safety challenges they confront at sea.   With seaborne contributing over 80 per cent of global trade, the seafarers are at the core of shipping goods and services, even at the point when several nations’…
9 Nov 2016
The hall was filled to capacity, and tension was high. The stakeholders could not help but pour out their mind on factors that have militated against the growth of the maritime industry in recent times. Indeed, it was a day for lamentations as major operators in the sector, including the regulators and government functionaries proffered…
5 Oct 2016
This year’s World Maritime Day has come and gone without Nigeria’s footprint in the colourful events that marked the celebration worldwide.

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