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CVFF: Ship-owners Synergy Key To Decide Investment – Jamoh

CVFF: Ship-owners Synergy Key To Decide Investment - Jamoh

Dr. Bashir Jamoh is the Executive Director, Finance and Administration at the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA). After his investiture ceremony as President of the Chartered Institute of Transport Administrators (CIoTA) Nigeria, he granted an exclusive interview to ...

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Extortion: How N30,000 Truckers Bribe Started

BULLS: Fabulous Folake

By Moyosola Okuneye & Samson Monehin Mrs. Folake Soji-George is the President of Corporate Fleet Owners Association of Nigeria. In this interview with MMS Plus newspaper, she spoke extensively on the myriads of challenges facing trucking in Nigeria especially at ...

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National Fleet Can’t Thrive Without A National Maritime Policy – Dr. Mbiah

National Fleet Can’t Thrive Without A National Maritime Policy – Dr. Mbiah

By Kenneth Jukpor Dr. Kofi Mbiah is a former Chairman of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Legal Committee in London and former Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Shippers’ Authority. He was a Guest Speaker at the 20thAnniversary Lecture/ Awards ...

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Gulf War: How Nigeria Can Imitate Iraq’s Sustainable Oil Trade – Okorefe

By Kenneth Jukpor Mr. Charles Okorefe is the Managing Director of Kamany Marine Services Limited and the publisher of the book; “ABC of Shipping and Ports Operation in Nigeria”. He was a special guest at the 20th Anniversary Lecture/ Awards ...

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CVFF Can Be Used To Develop Nigerian P&I Club – Capt. Taiwo

CVFF Can Be Used To Develop Nigerian P&I Club - Capt. Taiwo

By Kenneth Jukpor Capt. Taiwo Akinpelumi is the Lagos Coordinator, Nigerian Indigenous Ship-owners Association (NISA). In this interview with MMS Plus newspaper, he shares his aspirations for the nation’s maritime sector in 2019. Capt. Taiwo also highlights some strategies to ...

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Why Nigerian Dockyards Rank Lowest In Africa – Umar

Why Nigerian Dockyards Rank Lowest In Africa – Umar

By Kenneth Jukpor Alhaji Aminu Umar is the President of Nigerian Ship-owners Association (NISA) and Managing Director of Sea Transport Services Limited. In this exclusive interview with MMS Plus newspaper, he speaks on several pertinent shipping issues ranging from seafarers development ...

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Sea Protection Levy: Piracy Must Be Exterminated – Capt. Iheanacho

Sea Protection Levy: Piracy Must Be Exterminated - Capt. Iheanacho

Capt. Emmanuel Iheanacho, a former Minister of Interior, is the Chairman of Genesis Worldwide Shipping and Chairman, Integrated Oil and Gas Limited. He was a guest speaker at a recent Maritime Business breakfast meeting organized by ZOE Maritime Resources Limited. ...

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How Lome Became Hub Port In West Africa – Agu

How Lome Became Hub Port In West Africa – Agu

By Kenneth Jukpor Chief Cajetan Agu is the Deputy Director, Enforcement, Monitoring and Compliance at the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC). He was recently inducted as a fellow of the African Centre for Supply Chain (ACSC) at the 7th ACSC Fellowship ...

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Why We Have Waterways Accidents – Mamora

Why We Have Waterways Accidents – Mamora

By Kenneth Jukpor Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora is the Managing Director of the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA). In this exclusive interview with MMS Plus newspaper, he bares his mind on several challenges limiting the development of the nation’s water transport ...

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LPG Can Be Nigeria’s Future Gas/ Electricity Solution – SON

SON tasks steel operators on standards, global competitiveness

Engr. Nwaoma Olujie is Lagos State Coordinator, for the Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON). During the OTL Africa Downstream 2018 Conference she delivered a paper on the market outlook for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) consumption in Nigeria, highlighting the place ...

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Legal Complexities Affect Downstream Regulatory Compliance – Prof. Ajogwu

Legal Complexities Affect Downstream Regulatory Compliance – Prof. Ajogwu

Professor Fabian Ajogwu is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) and the founding Partner of the law firm of Kenna Partners. He has over two decades experience in law practice specializing in the field of Foreign Direct Investments and Corporate ...

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Untold Story Of Ali’s Customs—Mystery Guest

Corruption Incorporated: 100 ‘Hameed Alis' Can’t Change Corruption In Nigeria Customs

There is a seething corruption in the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) led by Col. Hameed Ali (rtd) as Comptroller General (CG).  In this mystery interview, our guest reveals a lot in this session. Excerpt: Customs is a highly technical government ...

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Port System Collapse: Igbos Are Losing Their Investments – Aniebonam

How CBN's Forex Policies Inhibit Trade – Aniebonam

Chief Dr. Boniface Okechukwu Aniebonam is an enigma of sort. He is a leader who believes in teaching the led how to fish even while providing the fish also. He founded the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders(NAGAFF), which ...

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How Manufacturing Sector Enhance Nigeria’s GDP – MAN President

How Manufacturing Sector Enhance Nigeria’s GDP – MAN President

Engr. Mansur Ahmed is the President of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN). In this interview with MMS Plus he reveals his aspirations for MAN under his leadership, highlights the major challenges facing manufacturers in the country and proposes the headway. He also ...

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How I Earned Respect Of My Superiors As A Young Lawyer – Mbanefo

How I Earned Respect Of My Superiors As A Young Lawyer - Mbanefo

By Kenneth Jukpor Mrs. Monica Mbanefo is a lawyer with over 45 years experience, 38 of which have been in the transport and maritime industry where she has been at the hub in the formulation of polices at national, intergovernmental ...

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Badagry, Lekki Ports Can Make Nigeria Hub Port In Africa –Luguje

Badagry, Lekki Ports Can Make Nigeria Hub Port In Africa –Luguje

Mr. Michael Luguje is the Director General of Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority. During recent International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) conference in Abuja he discussed several pertinent port and economic issues in Africa with MMS Plus newspaper. Enjoy ...

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Why Agents, Truckers Pay N40,000 To Drop Empty Containers – Anyanwu

Why Agents, Truckers Pay N40,000 To Drop Empty Containers -Anyanwu

Mr. Leonard Anyanwu is the Terminal Coordinator of Bollore Transport and Logistics Nigeria Limited. He has over 25 years experience in port operations in the country. In this interview with MMS Plus newspaper, he addresses the multiple challenges facing port ...

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How We Rebranded Agura Hotel, Despite The Battle- Chief Ajayi

How I Rebranded Agura Hotel- Chief Ajayi

Chief Michael Ajayi is the General Manager of Agura Hotel. He is a retiree of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), where he served as General Manager, Western Ports, General Manager, Public Affairs, among other notable positions. In this interview, he ...

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Nigeria Should Train Seafarers Proportional To Available Ships- Ilori

How To Grow The Nigerian Ship Registry -Ilori

By Kenneth Jukpor Engr. Emmanuel Ilori is the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Nigerian Indigenous Ship-owners Association. Ilori is also the Chairman of committee with the onus of transforming Nigeria’s ship registry. In this interview with MMS Plusnewspaper, he ...

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NBS Should Input Shipping Services In Nigeria’s Economic Growth – NIMASA DG

‘Manpower development germane for critical skills in maritime industry’

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) recently held a media parley where he briefed journalists on the highpoints, challenges and modest achievements of the Agency in 2018. MMS Plus was there to bring you ...

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