Ways Shippers’ Council Is Curbing Spread of COVID-19 at Ports, Developing Economy
SPECIAL REPORT The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has tremendously utilized its capacity and technical knowhow, through the discharge of its functions, to  check the spread of the dreaded COVID  19 and contribute to the development of  the Seaports, Maritime Sector and the Nigeria’s economy, according to SHOLA FADEYI in... Read more
COVID-19 Palliatives :League Calls for Sack of Customs CG, CACs ,over Donation  of Poisonous Rice
Contaminated rice   The League of Maritime Editors and Publishers (LOMEP),  a group of distinguished and  seasoned journalists, has  called on President Muhammadu Buhari, to immediately dismiss the Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS),  Colonel  Hammed Ali (rtd) , for donating  920,000 bags of  contaminated rice to the... Read more
Covid-19 : NPA Explains Why Lagos Ports  Will Remain Open, Despite Curfew
  By Shola Fadeyi … Assures on Smooth Operations at Lagos Ports …. as Customs Brokers Express Fears on Goods Delivery to Owners’ Warehouses By Shola Fadeyi The Nigerian Ports Authority(NPA ) has justified  the rationale  behind  ensuring that the Lagos seaports remain open , for  the next two... Read more
Shippers’ Council to Integrate Dry Ports into Nigeria’s Transport Master Plan
By Shola Fadeyi Comrade Hassan Bello, Executive Secretary/ CEO, Nigerian Shippers’ Council     The Nigerian Shippers’  Council has concluded arrangements to integrate the  establishment of  Dry Ports into Nigeria’s Transport Master Plan ,  as part of measures to accelerate the development of the facilities in the strategic locations... Read more
New DG, Dr Jamoh Says Management Will Take NIMASA, Maritime to Greater Heights
By Shola Fadeyi The new DG of NIMASA , Dr Bashir Jamoh receiving the hand over notes from the  former DG , Dr Dakuku Peterside , during a hand over ceremony which held at the Agency’s Headquarters in Lagos yesterday.     Dr Bashir Jamoh has taken over as... Read more
Maritime Security:Nigeria Takes Delivery of 6 Aircraft, Vessel ,Boats, Others
L-R: Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Dr. Dakuku Peterside; Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi; Director, Maritime Safety, Federal Ministry of Transport, FMOT, Mr Paul Adalikwu; and the Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Ms. Hadiza Bala Usman during a Press Conference ... Read more
EODB: How FG Will Make Nigeria Rank among 70 Countries Globally
L-R: Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration & Safety Agency, NIMASA, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, his wife, Elima, Chairman Senate Committee on Marine Transport, Senator Mohammed Danjuma Goje, Minister of Transportation, Mr Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr Boss Mustapha... Read more
Shippers’ Council Saves N1.74bn for Economy on Demurrage, Freight Rates, Party Fees
By Shola Fadeyi As part of the discharge of its Economic Regulator mandate, and to assist the   Federal Government to curb capital flight, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), has saved shippers and the nation’s economy,  a sum of N 1, 740,807,843  from some of its  shipping activities in the... Read more
Shippers’ Council Saves N1.74bn for Economy on Demurrage, Freight Rates, Party Fees
By Shola Fadeyi As part of the discharge of its Economic Regulator mandate, and to assist the   Federal Government to curb capital flight, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), has saved shippers and the nation’s economy,  a sum of N 1, 740,807,843  from some of its  shipping activities in the... Read more
Stakeholders Back FG on Border Closure, Canvass Measures to Check Smuggling
Shippers’ Council Says It is In  Interest of Economy By Shola Fadeyi Stakeholders which cut across various segments in the maritime and allied  sectors, have lent their support to the ongoing partial  closure  of Nigeria’s land borders, with its neighbouring countries, even as they have canvassed for reforms at... Read more