Due to the economic recession and low revenue from importation, the government has decided to diversify into the non-oil sector as a way to boost the economy. Oluwatoyin Amao samples […]
A lot needs to be done in the sector, like in the area of theports. The congestion on the road to the port should be addressed and the bottlenecks removed. […]
Nigeria has groaned under the burden of influx of fake and substandard products into the country resulting to human and material losses. The drugs category is one of the worst […]
As far as I am concerned, I have not seen any impact so far. Everything is still as going as usual. I read in the newspaper recently about the flying […]
If it’s in line with government policies, there is no harm in doing that because we all know that there have been leakages in the past. So, if it’s for […]
Do you think the Federal government should dialogue with the Niger Delta Avengers to stop the bombing of pipelines in the country?
By OluwatoyinAmao I think the government should. It’s their land, they exploit them and they should be given incentives or compensation, the Niger Delta people should be catered for […]
Without mincing any word, it will definitely increase the cost of clearing goods from the port because at the beginning it was on N160 or N180 to the US dollar […]
Do you think the floating of the naira by Central Bank of Nigeria will enhance the value of the naira and stabilize the economy?
OluwatoyinAmao samples the views of Nigerians on the impact of devaluation of the Naira on the economy. It would allow qualified banks to have sufficient liquidity, capital base and […]
Lilypond still remains a command on its own with its controller and other senior officers in place working but the name has now changed from Lilypond Container Terminal to […]
Do you think the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and the Port Service Support Portal (PSSP) initiatives will improve cargo clearance at the port?
When the Standard Operating Procedure is implemented, it is going to be like a single window as such where the roles played by various agencies of government and port operators […]
Part of the move towards local influence in the Nigerian and West African shipping market was the creation of theNigerian National Shipping Line (NNSL), which was set up in 1959 […]
SON was one of the agencies of government that were domiciled at the port but government saw them as increasing cost of doing business because there were so many organisations […]