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Carolicious Caroline

Carolicious Caroline

Mrs. Caroline Tokulah-Oshoma is an Associate in the Corporate / Commercial Group in Olisa Agbakoba Legal (OAL). She practices in the Maritime/Shipping unit of the reputable legal firm and is an active member of the Branding team. Caroline holds an ...

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Shippers Council, Police Partner To Curb Extortion At Ports

Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) hosted the Marine Police Command last week as both agencies deliberated on strategies to eliminate illicit activities impeding clearing processes at the ports. Enjoy the photos:

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Shippers’ Council receives presidential recognition Award

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Nigeria To Protest “War –Risk” Tag At Global Shippers’ Forum

Nigeria To Protest “War –Risk” Tag At Global Shippers' Forum

*8th National Assembly winds down without impact on maritime sector Disturbed by the seeming international conspiracy and its attendant stigmatization as well as the consequent spiral increase in prices of imported goods into the country, Nigeria has concluded plans to protest against the ...

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We Have Repositioned NPA For Global Competition, Says MD, NPA

We Have Repositioned NPA For Global Competition, Says MD, NPA

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has said that the efforts of the organization in the past few years have been to position the nation’s ports to compete favourably within the sub-Saharan Africa, Gulf of Guinea and most importantly before the ...

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How To Grow The Nigerian Ship Registry -Ilori

How To Grow The Nigerian Ship Registry -Ilori

By Kenneth Jukpor Engr. Emmanuel Ilori is the 2nd Vice President of the Association of Marine Engineers and Surveyors (AMES). He is also the Chairman of a critical committee saddled with the responsibility of developing the Nigerian ship registry. After ...

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2019 Q1 Rating: How NIMASA, NPA, AIB & NCAT Fared

2019 Q1 Rating: How NIMASA, NPA, AIB & NCAT Fared

By Kenneth Jukpor & Okuneye Moyosola The first quarter of 2019 has just ended. Despite the nation shifting its attention to the recent general elections, the transport sector was at the centre of such activities. MMS Plus x-rays the activities ...

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