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Recreating NPA Under C-19

Recreating NPA Under C-19

By Kenneth Jukpor Recognizing that Nigerian ports are the gateway to the economy, President Muhammadu Buhari in his maiden speech on the COVID-19 pandemic directed that all seaports remain open and functional even during the total lockdown to curb the pandemic. Despite this noble strategy to keep ...

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How NIWA’s Floating Jetties Can Dissipate Lagos Transport Woes – Braimah

How NIWA’s Floating Jetties Can Dissipate Lagos Transport Woes – Braimah

Mrs. Sarat Braimah is the Area Manager, Lagos Area Office, National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA). In this interview with MaritimeTVnews, she highlights the opportunities of waterway transport in Lagos, narrating NIWA’s contribution towardsdeveloping the sector as the State undergoes a ...

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How Barging Increases Trucking Fares At Nigerian Ports – Inuwa

How Barging Increases Trucking Fares At Nigerian Ports – Inuwa

By Kenneth Jukpor & Ayoola Olaitan Alhaji Inuwa Mohammed is a chieftain at Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO). In this exclusive interview with MMS Plus newspaper, he appraises port activities from the standpoint of a truck operator. He ...

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Seplat Suffers N49.8bn Loss Amid Oil Price Crash

Seplat Suffers N49.8bn Loss Amid Oil Price Crash

One of the nation’s indigenous independent oil companies, Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc, posted a loss of $145.3million (N49.8billion) in the first half of this year, compared to a profit of $120.4million (N37billion) in the same period of 2019. Its ...

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Eko Disco Promises Customers Constant Electricity

Eko Disco Promises Customers Constant Electricity

Eko Electricity Distribution Company has assured its customers that it will fulfil its obligation of providing constant electricity to all customers within its operational network during the Eid-El-Kabir celebrations. The power firm gave the assurance in a statement on Wednesday, ...

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Second-Wave COVID-19 Fears Threaten Oil Demand Recovery

Second-Wave COVID-19 Fears Threaten Oil Demand Recovery

The recent oil price gains may be short-lived as growing fears over a resurgence in COVID-19 cases are putting the world’s oil demand recovery on hold, sparking concerns over a new supply glut in the coming months, according to analysts. ...

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