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‘Why ports are less competitive’

‘Why ports are less competitive’

A maritime expert, Mr. Lucky Amiwero has blamed poor organisation and low capacity for maritime sector’s slow growth. This, he said, had made the country’s ports less competitive. Amiwero, the National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Customs Agents (NCMDLCA) President, in a chat with The Nation, said over 9,000 jobs had been lost in the […] …

Marine Economy: Expert tasks FG on dredging, ports’ rehabilitation

A maritime expert and also Chief Executive Officer, Safewater Energy and Environmental Restoration Limited, SWEERGLOBAL, Dr Thaddaeus Thompson, has tasked the Federal Government on dredging and ports’ rehabilitation across the country in order to explore its maritime economy for massive flow of foreign direct investments. 
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FG losing over N5tr on port roads yearly, says Eyis Amiwero

FG losing over N5tr on port roads yearly, says Eyis Amiwero

“The government is losing over N5 trillion every year because of the situation of the road. All businesses have closed down at the port area.” Isaac Anumihe Lucky Eyis Amiwero is the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Eyis Resources Limited. As a foremost licensed agent and trainer, he has participated in over 167 and nine presidential […]
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How we stopped pilfering at nation’s ports — Nted

Chairman of Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria, MWUN, Advisory Board, Tony Emmanuel Nted, who is also the immediate past President-General of MWUN, gave insight into how his leadership addressed issues of pilfering and restored industrial peace in the sector.
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African countries ‘need support of international bodies’ to raise standards at ports

African countries ‘need support of international bodies’ to raise standards at ports

The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) says Nigeria and other African countries need to leverage on the support of international bodies to raise standards and efficiency at their
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Halt conspiracy to cripple ports in S-South, activist urges FG

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WARRI—A Niger Delta activist and Ijaw opinion leader, Dr. Clarkson Aribogha, has called on the Federal Government to end the high-level plot by some highly placed people  to ensure that only Lagos Port is functional, while Calabar, Warri, Burutu, Sapele and  Koko ports in the South-South  remain dormant.
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2019 elections: Customs to deploy scanners in ports

2019 elections: Customs to deploy scanners in ports

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has okayed the deployment of scanners at seaports to check the influx of dangerous items into the country, it was learnt. Speaking with The Nation, its Area Controller, Tin Can Command Mr Musa Baba Abdullahi said the Service would deploy the scanners to boost 100 per cent cargo clearance. “WithRead More
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