Shipping companies operating in Nigeria have been blamed for the rising spate of corrupt tendencies at the ports. The Nigerian…View More Rising spate of corrupt tendencies at ports: Shipping companies blamed
The Nigerian Agricultural Quarantine Services (NAQS) is set to slam between five to ten thousand naira on each palletised container…View More PALLETIZED CONTAINER: NAQS set to charge importers Ten thousand Naira .
11 ships laden with various products, including petrol, are at the Lagos ports waiting to berth. The Nigerian Ports Authority,…View More 11 Ships Arrive Lagos Ports
The Nigerian Merchant Navy Officers and Water Transport Senior Staff Association (NMNOWTSSA), stakeholders and users of the Nigerian waterways have…View More Absence of Substantive NIWA MD, Fuels Boat Mishaps on Nation’s Waterways – Maritime Union
The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has denied media report that the Senate Committee on Marine Transport queried it over…View More Refutal: N800m Security Vote, NIWA Never Queried
Funso Olojo | In May 25, 1975, 15 West African countries came together to form the Economic Community of West…View More Nigeria and the Danger of Losing Benefits of ECOWAS CET
Funso Olojo | Note: This allegorical piece was written before the recent efforts of government to provide palliative measures…View More Opinion: Apapa – The Journey To Hell
By Aliyu Babaye | Unchecked pirate attacks on Nigeria bound vessels continued to sign post the maritime security failings in…View More Nigeria: Anxiety As Pirate Attacks Spark Fresh Surcharge.
By Yusuff Abdullahi | Indigenous terminal operator, SIFAX Group has paid financial compensation to the family of Mr. ThankGod Ojomah,…View More Maritime Firm Pays Compensation To Family Of Deceased Dockworker
By Funso Olojo | There was a wide spread indignation among critical maritime stakeholders over the weekend following the gubernatorial…View More Stakeholders call for Dakuku’s resignation over campaign rally.
The Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO) has expressed its displeasure the Federal Government failure to direct shipping line…View More Truck owners blame Apapa gridlock on lack of holding bay
By Tayo Oladipupo | Recently, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) launched a forecast program, a mirror intended…View More Insecurity may rubbish NIMASA’S forecast
By Tayo Oladapo | The Customs Area Controller (CAC) of Seme Command, Comptroller Mohammed, Aliyu, has re-stated his commitment in…View More Seme Customs renews offensive against smugglers
By Tayo Oladapo | The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Hadiza Bala Usman has advocated for the deployment of…View More NPA advocates use of flat bottom vessel to access shallow draught channels
The 8,500-year-old Dufuna canoe, believed to be the oldest in Africa and third oldest in the world’s watercraft, is set…View More Africa’s oldest canoe goes on exhibition in Nigeria
SIFAX Group has appointed Mr. Aderibigbe Adewale Adetayo as the new General Manager to head its subsidiary, SIFAX Haulage &…View More SIFAX Haulage gets new boss
About 6,000km of Nigeria 10,000km inland water ways could not be navigated. Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF),…View More 6,000 Nigeria Waterways Not Navigable — SFG
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has lamented the multiple checkpoints along the Benin Republic and Nigerian…View More ECOWAS blames slow trade within Nigeria-Benin corridor on multiple checkpoints.
Ship owners under the aegis of the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) has solicited support in the forthcoming IMO deliberations…View More Greek Ship owners Solicit Support of IMO Strategy On Greenhouse Gas Emissions