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Indigenous Airline Operators  Stage Opposition Against Nigeria Air

Indigenous Airline Operators  Stage Opposition Against Nigeria Air

FG seeks N1.2bn for Enugu TTP Kogi donates 40 hectares, needs N4.8bn Indigenous airline operators  have risen  against the Federal Government’s idea of providing a seed fund of $300m as 5 percent equity holding  in the proposed  new Nigeria’s national ...

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NPA Charges Pilotage Boards Members To Be Patroitic

FG Issues New List Of Govt Agencies To Operate At Ports

The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Hadiza Bala-Usman has charged members of the newly inaugurated pilotage boards to see their appointments as a “call to serve the nation in the national interest”. Usman implored the appointees to use their ...

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‘The Next Titan’: 50 Participants Get Free Training, Certification

TheNextTitan Season 5: 50 Participants Get Free Training, Certification

Air Peace, SIFAX Laud Entrepreneurial Initiative By Kenneth Jukpor As part of efforts to equip Nigerian youths with employable skills, the fifth edition of ‘The Next Titan’ has provided fifty participants with free entrepreneurship training and certification. The Next Titan ...

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NIMASA Boss Seeks Maritime Data Bank to Spur Economic Growth

NIMASA Boss Seeks Maritime Data Bank to Spur Economic Growth

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Dakuku Peterside has stressed the need for a single data window system of all activities in the maritime sector. This, according to him would help engender economic ...

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Nigerian Owned Vessels on Cabotage Register Up 33%

Nigerian Owned Vessels on Cabotage Register Up 33%

There has been an increase in number of wholly Nigerian owned vessels on the Nigerian Cabotage register following the renewed drive by the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to reverse what hitherto obtains in the maritime industry. Director ...

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Ethiopia Airlines Offers Shares to African Countries

Ethiopia Airlines Offers Shares to African Countries

Ethiopia Airlines has offered to sell its shares to African investors after several years of profitable operation. The airline, which was established in 1945 and owned 100 per cent by the Ethiopian government, said it is targeting African governments to ...

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NIMASA Partners WMU, Carribean Maritime University

Nigerian ports handled 96.6 million MT cargo in H1

By Kenneth Jukpor As part of efforts to ensure the Nigerian Maritime University (NMU) is on par with global counterparts, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has initiated discussions with the World Maritime University  (WMU) and the Carribean ...

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FG yet to decide Nigeria Air’s partners, final bidders

Indigenous Airline Operators  Stage Opposition Against Nigeria Air

Federal Government yesterday said technical partners for the new national carrier were yet undecided, as the bidding process, among others, were still ongoing.The disclosure was in response to a report that one of the bidders, Ethiopian Airlines (ET), was in ...

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Nigerian ports handled 96.6 million MT cargo in H1

Nigerian ports handled 96.6 million MT cargo in H1

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency has declared that between January and June, total cargo throughput was 96,626,737.96 metric tonnes, representing an increase of 31.24 per cent from 73,628,546.62MT recorded in the corresponding period of 2017. The Director General, ...

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Tanker vessels face worst moment as trade war lingers

Tanker vessels face worst moment as trade war lingers

This is definitely not the best of time for tanker vessel owners worldwide, as the tragedy of trade war between the United States (US) and China; about 19-month curtailment of crude cargoes; and environmental regulations that are proving uneconomical, hit ...

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22 fuel-laden vessels berth Apapa ports this week

22 fuel-laden vessels berth Apapa ports this week

No fewer than 22 vessels laden with petroleum products are expected to berth at Lagos ports this week to boost fuel supply. The products, including Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) known as petrol, Automated Gas Oil (AGO) known as diesel, Jet ...

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SIFAX Group Signs MoU With Gambian Govt. To Develop Dry Port

SIFAX Group Signs MoU With Gambian Govt. To Develop Dry Port

SIFAX Group, a multinational company with interests in Maritime, Aviation, Haulage & Logistics, Oil & Gas and Hospitality, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the government of Gambia to build and operate a dry port in the country’s ...

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FG Must Sanction Dubious Shipping Companies – Umeadi

Shipping Companies Are Killing Nigerian Businesses - Umeadi

The Chairman of National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) KLT Chapter, Engr. Emmanuel Umeadi has urged the Federal Government to mete out severe sanctions on erring shipping companies in Nigeria, accusing them of stifling import and export business ...

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BREAKING!!! Truck Driver Dies In Apapa Traffic Congestion

BREAKING!!! Truck Driver Dies In Apapa Traffic Congestion

‘Motor-boy’ blames death on cruel beating by Naval officers By Kenneth Jukpor One truck driver was found dead in his truck this morning while moving an empty container belonging to ZIM to Tin Can Island Container Terminal (TICT) at Tin ...

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Apapa Wharf road ready in September says, NPA MD

Apapa Wharf road ready in September says, NPA MD

The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Ms Hadiza Usman, has said that the 2km Apapa Wharf Road being reconstructed would be completed and opened to motorists by the end of next month. Usman made the disclosure in an interview ...

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NIMASA  Raises Alarm: How Eko Atlantic  Built Towers On Ship Wreck

NIMASA  Raises Alarm: How Eko Atlantic  Built Towers On Ship Wreck

* Dangote refinery  dredges in breach *PCC  seeks shorelines communities’ protection The Nigerian  Maritime Administration and Safety Agency(NIMASA)  has raised concern over how some promoters and owners of projects in the country  flout environmental rules  in their course of project ...

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NIMASA Partners NHF To Raise N100m To Fight Heart Diseases

NIMASA Partners NHF To Raise N100m To Fight Heart Diseases

Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has partnered the Nigerian Heart Foundation (NHF) to create awareness for related heart diseases in Nigeria, even as the Foundation plans to raise a sum of One Hundred million Naira (N100m) to tackle ...

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Customs Impounds Contraband Worth N500m In Owerri

NCS, FOU Impounds N2bn Contraband Goods in Two Weeks

…As Customs in Enugu intercepts live ammunition, illicit drugs The Federal Operations Unit Zone ‘C’, an anti smuggling arm of Nigerian Customs Service in Owerri has impounded contraband goods worth about N500 million. Deputy Controller of Customs and National Coordinator, ...

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NAGAFF Founder To Retire Happy With Six Members In CRFFN Council

NAGAFF Founder To Retire Happy With Six Members In CRFFN Council

By Michael Saka The Founder of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) Dr. Boniface Aniebonam is set to retire from leadership responsibilities at the association happily and fulfilled with six NAGAFF members on the Council for the ...

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Air Peace Boss Seeks Connectivity in Africa

Air Peace Boss Seeks Connectivity in Africa

The Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema has said the airline is championing seamless air connectivity in Africa to drive the economic growth in the continent and ease the travel challenges of the people. Onyema spoke during ...

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