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The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, last week, disclosed that it was currently engaging the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, the Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, the Federal Ministry of Finance and its supervisory ministry, the Ministry of Transportation, in working out a special tariff template for the importation of vessels and its parts by indigenous shippers.
Dr Dakuku Peterside, the Director-General (DG) of Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), on Friday said that the agency would enforce strict compliance on sulphur pollution.
Some cadets of the Nigerian Seafarers Development Programme (NSDP) who were sponsored by the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) are protesting a three-year delay in sending them to a mandatory sea time training that will make them certified sailors.
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has bemoaned the continuous display of Nigeria’s 2013 Global Integrated Ship Information System (GISIS) by the United States Port Security Advisory (PSA) despite the fact that the nations GISIS has been successfully updated since 2017.
Dr. Dakuku Peterside, the Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has assured that the agency in 2018, will procure strategic assets, including vessels, for boosting the security of the maritime domain.
The Nigerian Seafarers Development Programme (NSDP) has produced another 59 cadets, who graduated from the Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom.
The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Dakuku Peterside, on Monday charged maritime lawyers to be abreast with the newest advocacy on maritime laws to remain relevant in the sector.
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has dispelled misinformation making the round in media, particularly online platforms, that there is an ongoing recruitment exercise in the Agency, labeling such recruitment exercise a scam.
The Director-General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Dakuku Peterside, says Nigeria will benefit from deep sea mining by working with the International Seabed Authority (ISBA).
Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament is a political issue and not a matter for judges, a lawyer for the prime minister said as he sought to persuade the British Supreme Court that the five-week shutdown was lawful.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has said the lower chamber of the National Assembly would ensure that Nigerians get adequate supply for the electricity they pay for.
Anthony Joshua has revealed that he had to ‘grieve’ after losing his heavyweight titles to Mexican Andy Ruiz Jr in a shock defeat in June.
Less than two months to Kogi State governorship election, one of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) aspirants, Abubakar Ibrahim, Wednesday headed to court seeking to be declared the candidate of the party.
Nasarawa united and Nigeria U23 striker, Ibrahim Sunusi, says he hopes to get the chance to face Togo ahead of this weekend’s CHAN 2020 qualifiers against Togo.
Everton manager Marco Silva has challenged Alex Iwobi to score more goals for the club and improve on the defensive side of his game, despite the Nigerian winger’s impressive start with the Toffees following his arrival from Arsenal.
The federal government has explained that at resumption of office in 2015 the only opinion it considered practicable regarding the controversial contract with the Projects and Industrial Development company (P&ID) was to negotiate.
Japanese tennis superstar Naomi Osaka announced on Friday she was splitting with her coach, her second break-up this year as she battles for form and slips down the world rankings.
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has called on the Ekiti State government to urgently constitute a judicial panel of enquiry to investigate the killing of two students of the Federal University Oye-Ekiti.
A lawyer representing relatives of victims killed in an Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max crash said Tuesday he is seeking documents from manufacturer Boeing and US regulators on the decision not to ground the aircraft after a previous deadly accident.