Monthly Archives: June 2016

Nigeria’s Maritime Workers Union demands international standard in handling of dockworkers welfare issues

Nigeria’s Maritime Workers Union demands international standard in handling of dockworkers welfare issues

The President General of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) Mr Tony Nted, has said the union wants the dockworkers welfare issues to be handled as is acceptable internationally…

Intels empowers community women in sewing/entrepreneural skills

Intels empowers community women in sewing/entrepreneural skills

Intels, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, turned around the lots of women in Ogu, Onne Community, and extended to other women in Rivers State, South-South of Nigeria…

Inter-agency collaboration for Nigeria’s economic benefit

Inter-agency collaboration for Nigeria’s economic benefit

The Assistant Comptroller-General of Customs in charge of Zone ‘A’, Eporwei Edike, talks on the benefits of synergy among government agencies in anti-smuggling exercises. The ACG…

Marine  environment pollution: The oceans can’t take this anymore

Marine environment pollution: The oceans can’t take this anymore

There are great concerns over marine environment pollution, especially with plastic, which has been found to be very detrimental to the sustainability of the marine body. Closely, people in this…

NIMASA determines to safeguard CVFF

NIMASA determines to safeguard CVFF

The Cabotage Vessel Financing Fund (CVFF) will not be left to go the way of the Ship Building and Ship Acquisition Fund (SBSAF), the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency…

NIMASA to come up with roadmap for maritime industry development

NIMASA to come up with roadmap for maritime industry development

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) have set to come up with a roadmap for the development of the Nigerian maritime sector.   The roadmap, which is in…

More Lagos communities to enjoy ferry services as NIWA acquires 2 boats

More Lagos communities to enjoy ferry services as NIWA acquires 2 boats

Residents around Trade Fair, FESTAC, Satellite Towns, and Mile 2 environs of Lagos State will now enjoy ease of travelling by water transportation, with additional two catamaran boats acquired by…