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Ship Owners Urged To Embrace On Shore BWTS

Security contract: Ocean Marine threatens to sue NPA

By Okuneye Moyosola Experts have encouraged ship operators to embrace on shore ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) to reduce it’s effect on water bodies. A lecturer at  World Maritime University, Dr Lawrence kurushi said this while delivering a speech at ...

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SIFAX Boss Tasks African Businesses To Have Global Focus

SIFAX Boss Tasks African Businesses To Have Global Focus

The Group Managing Director, SIFAX Group, Mr. Adekunle Oyinloye, has urged businesses on the African continent to dream big, go global and take advantage of emerging opportunities on the international scene. The SIFAX boss stress that this drive would transform ...

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Okowa Condemns Nigeria’s Transport System, Demands Global Best Practice

Four Shippers’ Council Staff Bag CILT Fellowship By Kenneth Jukpor   Governor of Delta State, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, has decried the country’s poor freight transport system which allows goods to be hauled in a manner not consistent with efficient and ...

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CBN to recover N36bn loans from North-East farmers

CBN to recover N36bn loans from North-East farmers

The Central Bank of Nigeria has inaugurated a committee in all local governments in the North-East to recover N36bn loans advanced to farmers. The loan facility advanced to the farmers through the North-East Commodity Association is part of the Anchor ...

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Dangote plans fuel exports to Europe, others

Dangote plans $60m cement plant in Togo

Dangote Group has said it plans to export petroleum products from its refinery to Europe, South America, West Africa and Central Africa. The company stated this on Sunday during a visit by a delegation led by the Minister of State ...

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Access Bank offers free one-week instant transfers

Access Bank offers free one-week instant transfers

Access Bank says it is offering its customers free instant transfers for a week. A statement from the bank said this was its way of thanking its customers for their patience and understanding throughout the period of its technology and ...

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Jan 31 not terminal date for border closure – Customs

Customs seek return of import tax on petroleum products

The Nigeria Customs Service has said January 31, 2020 contained in a leaked memo is not terminal date for the border closure. The Public Relations Officer, NCS, Mr Joseph Attah, confirmed the development in a telephone interview with media source ...

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