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Ikorodu Boat Mishap: How We Escaped Death –Survivors

Ikorodu Boat Mishap: How We Escaped Death –Survivors

*Obaseki, Omatseye To Speak At 2019 MMS Transport Leadership Lecture By Kenneth Jukpor With all but three of the twenty-one passengers who were victims of the Ikorodu boat mishap now confirmed dead, MMS Plus reached out to one of the ...

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BULLS: Lad Visualizes Life Saving Drones

Managing Challenges Associated With Drone Operations

  At the Nigerian Youth Drone Academy Workshop, a project birthed from the joint collaboration between the US Consulate General, Lagos and the US-based Global Air Drone Academy, last week, a young participant stunned the organizers with a business plan for ...

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BEARS: Where Are The Fruits Of NCAT, NITT?

BEARS: Where Are The Fruits Of NCAT, NITT?

South African teenagers set a new pace in the aviation industry when they built an aircraft that flew from Cape Town to Cairo in Egypt, last month. These ambitious teenagers stepped into the corridors of inventors after they successfully built a ...

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Developing Trade Is More Important Than National Carrier – Egesi

Gulf of Guinea Piracy: A Reality Or Farce?

By Kenneth Jukpor Mr. John Egesi is a former Director General of National Maritime Authority (NMA), now Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA). In this interview with MMS Plus, he explains the crucial role of trade in Nigeria’s economic ...

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2019 Half Year Rating: How NIMASA, FAAN, NAMA Fared

NIMASA remits N16bn revenue in 10 months

By Kenneth Jukpor & Okuneye Moyosola MMS Plus brings you an assessment of the major parastatals in the transport sector for the first half of the year 2019. The first six months was centred on pre-election, election and post-election drama, ...

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Lagos- Badagry Expressway- An Unending Dilemma

Lagos- Badagry Expressway- An Unending Dilemma

The state of the Lagos-Badagry Expressway has become a bothersome issue for citizens who ply the road on a daily basis. The road which has been totally neglected for years by both the Federal and State Governments has been a ...

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Air Peace Begins Dubai Flight

Air Peace, Embraer seal three $212.6m aircraft deal

Air Peace, Nigeria’s largest airline makes history on Friday, last week as it launched its first international flight to Dubai via Sharjah in United Arab Emirates (UAE). This came after much preparations and acquisition of four wide-bodied Boeing 777 aircraft ...

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Obaseki, Omatseye To Speak At 2019 MMS Transport Lecture

Obaseki, Omatseye To Speak At 2019 MMS Transport Lecture

The Governor of Edo State, Mr. Godwin Obaseki and the former President of African Ship-owners Association, Barr. Temisan Omatseye would lead a rich delegation of transport veterans to the 2019 Kings Transport Leadership Lecture and Awards. While Obaseki would feature ...

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Shippers’ Council Sets New Haulage Rates For Road Transport

Shippers’ Council Sets New Haulage Rates For Road Transport

· NARTO, COMTUA missing at public presentation By Kenneth Jukpor In order to have comprehensive and standard haulage rates for road transport, Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Transport and presence of truckers, has proposed ...

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Our Strategies To Develop Africa’s Blue Economy – Anishere

Our Strategies To Develop Africa’s Blue Economy – Anishere

Barr. (Mrs.) Jean Chiazor Anishere is the President of African Women in Maritime otherwise known as WIMAfrica. In this chat with Vanguard, she speaks on the activities of WIMAfrica, piracy, and appeals to government to empower women in the Maritime ...

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