Monthly Archives: October 2017

Political Will important to moving maritime sector forward–Hadiza

Political Will important to moving maritime sector forward–Hadiza

The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority, Hadiza Bala Usman has stated that there is need for a strong political will in the interest of the nation to move…

Amaechi backs NIWA on control, regulation of inland waterways in Nigeria

Amaechi backs NIWA on control, regulation of inland waterways in Nigeria

Transportation Minister, Right Honourable Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has cleared the air over the controversy between Lagos sate government and National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) on who has the right to…

Nigeria  engages Israeli firm for maritime security

Nigeria engages Israeli firm for maritime security

…To boost rail transportation with six locomotives, 100 wagons The Federal Government on Monday disclosed that it had contracted an Israeli firm to provide maritime security, and to train Nigeria…

FG appoints NIWA MD,Boss Mustapha, as new SGF

FG appoints NIWA MD,Boss Mustapha, as new SGF

The Federal Government on Monday named Mr. Boss Gida Mustapha as the new Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF). Until this appointment, Mustapha was the Managing Director/CEO…

ICA revises clearance process of crew, passengers at Singapore Ports

ICA revises clearance process of crew, passengers at Singapore Ports

In light of the current security climate, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA) has reviewed its process on the clearance of crew and passengers at Singapore ports. With…

Ghana Shippers’ Boss tasks W’ African Sub-region on Technology, Integration to succeed in shipping

Ghana Shippers’ Boss tasks W’ African Sub-region on Technology, Integration to succeed in shipping

For the West African sub-region to succeed glaringly in shipping, governments and stakeholders must be ready to integrate and imbibe new technological trends, the former Managing Director of Ghana…

SON destroys sub-standards electronic appliances, electrical cables, other products worth N10m

SON destroys sub-standards electronic appliances, electrical cables, other products worth N10m

The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), recently destroyed substandard products worth about N10 million. SON in collaboration with other agencies, including Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) was able to seize seven…

Agriculture, ICT, suitable economy drivers – Rainoil MD

Agriculture, ICT, suitable economy drivers – Rainoil MD

…As Rotary Club Of Ikoyi Economic Lecture calls for investments A major player in the downstream segment of Nigeria’s oil and gas sector and Managing Director of Rainoil Nigeria…