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Ease of Doing  Business :  NPA partners  Customs to roll Out National Trade Platform 

By Innocent  Orok   In line with the ease of doing business and to achieve 24 hours port operations ,the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has said it has commenced a working relationship with the Nigeria Customs Service ( NCS) to roll out a National Trade Platform (NTP) to aid trade facilitation. Managing Director of NPA ,Hadiza Bala  Usman disclosed this ...

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IMAN kick -starts Collection of Membership Tolls in Nigerian Ports

By Innocent Orok   The Importers Association of Nigeria (IMAN) has kick -started the collection of its membership tolls accross the Country yesterday beginning from the premier port of Apapa. In a press briefing with maritime journalists at the Nigerian Maritime Press Centre also known as Association of Maritime Journalists of Nigeria (AMJON ) Secretariat , the National Secretary of ...

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Customs to Donate Rice to Orphanage  Homes      ¤ Collects N1.1Trillion in 11Months  

By Innocent  Orok   The  Nigeria Customs Service is compiling  the names of registered Orphanage  homes and other  IDP camps accros the Country apart from the ones in the North East to distribute  relief  materials including Rice  and other edible items. The Service  National  Public Relations  Officer, Deputy Comptroller  Joseph Attah disclosed this today to Journalists in an  end of ...

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AMJON honours Saraki, Hadiza,  Gbadamosi,  Others for Excellence  Leadership 

…Senate President  Charged Maritime  Press to Change negative tide of the sector   By Innocent  Orok   The Association  of Maritime  Journalists of Nigeria (AMJON)  during  its  second all Nigerian maritime  journalists retreat held at the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON), Topo,  Badagry at the weekend honours  prominent Nigerians  who have stood the test of time in championing excellent ...

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Stakeholders  to Brainstorm  on Maritime  Industry  Challenges at AMJON Retreat  

By Innocent  Orok   Maritime  stakeholders and oil and gas industry  experts are set to discuss  the various  challenges facing the sector  and to proffer  solutions in the second  All Nigerian Maritime  Journalists retreat  holding  in the Administrative Staff College  of Nigeria (ASCON), Topo,  Badagry,  Lagos. The three days event which  is organized  by the Association  of Maritime  Journalists of ...

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JOURNALIST Raise Alarm Over State of In

By Innocent Orok   A veteran maritime journalist and Board of Trustees Chairman (BOT) of Association of Maritime Journalists of Nigeria (AMJON) Elder Asu Beks has raised fresh concerns over the increasing insecurity in Nigeria ports and border stations. Asu Beks who is also the publisher of Shipping World Magazine in a press release obtained by our Correspondent said ” ...

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Shippers’  Council to hold 2018 Stakeholders’ appreciation Night

This year’s appreciation night by Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) comes up December 6th at Lagos Continental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos by 5pm. It is expected to be chaired by Eng. Mansur Ahmed, President, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN). The annual event is aimed at reviewing activities  of the Council during the year and initiate actions needed to move the industry ...

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