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By Innocent Orok The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, (NIMASA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh has been named winner of the Vanguard Public Sector Icon, Maritime, 2021. The Editor of Vanguard Newspapers, Mr. Eze Anaba who announced this while presenting a conveyance letter to Dr Jamoh in Lagos said other awardees are President of the African Development ...

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Anti- drug War: Maritime workers set to hold rally in Lagos

By Innocent Orok Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has concluded plans to hold an anti – drug rally in Lagos in May, 2022 as a means of creating awareness against illicit drug peddling and consumption. The union added that the avenue would afford it the opportunity to clear its name from several negative reports attributed to dockworkers who are ...

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Why Police, IMAN Search Kamange Warehouse – IMAN Taskforce

By Innocent Orok The Importers Association of Nigeria ( IMAN) has said that it’s enforcement team alongside the Nigeria Police Force swooped on Kamange International Limited warehouse in Abule Oshun part of Lagos State due to its illegal activities, especially importation, sales and distribution of stuffed tyres in the Country. In a chat with our Correspondent, Chief Obinna Michael, National ...

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We use Dialogue to resolve 15% NAC levy on Vehicles- Farinto

The Acting President of Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), Dr Kayode Farinto has said that the strike embarked upon to protest the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN ) Valuation policy cost them over N700m in demurrage from terminal operators. According to Farinto, strike is injurious to the economy saying, various terminal operators and shipping companies will not waive demurrage ...

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ACG Aremu charge promoted Officers to step up new Responsibilities

By Innocent Orok The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS ) Zone ‘A’ Headquarters Harvey road, Yaba Lagos State on Wednesday opened the decorations door for newly promoted officers in the zone. Assistant Comptroller General of Customs (ACG) in charge of Zone A, Mrs Modupe Aremu during the decoration ceremony urged the newly promoted officers to step up to their new responsibilities ...

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MWUN kick against Armed Security Men onboard Vessels, Port Terminals

By Innocent Orok Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has said that it will not accept usage of Security Armed Men like the Navy, Army etc in ports terminals and Onboard vessels as it is against the International Labour Organisation (ILO) convention on port activities. The apex Maritime labour union also expressed displeasure over the harassment of its members by ...

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ASIMPIN warns Dr Aniebonam to stay away from the Igbo Social -cultural Group

By Innocent Orok The Association of Igbo Maritime Practitioners in Nigeria ( ASIMPIN) has called on Dr Boniface Aniebonam, founder of the National Association of Government Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) to stay away from the ASIMPIN activities, accusing him of trying to destroy the Ndigbo Social cultural Group in the maritime industry. One of ASIMPIN’s chieftain, Chief Lawrence Uba in a ...

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NANTA to host Nigerian Teachers to tourism Adventure

By Innocent Orok Participants and winners of Nigerian Teachers reality show, will be hosted to hands on and practical tourism experience by President, National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies ( NANTA), Mrs Susan Akporiaye. The itinerary for the teachers picked from the six geographical zones of the country, will span three days, with destination Lagos tourism in focus,.and a practical ...

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