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KILLED BY A PADDLE 2
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KILLED BY A PADDLE 2

Continued from last week On Ships Nostalgia Forum, I stumbled on an interesting post by one Derek who claimed to have worked on Oduduwa which he erroneously referred to as […]

KILLED BY A PADDLE 1
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KILLED BY A PADDLE 1

The story of the defunct Nigerian National Shipping Line (NNSL) is a fitting narrative of the topsy-turvy state of affairs of the nation’s shipping sector. The total mess in NNSL […]

If Jonathan had turned up
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If Jonathan had turned up

Could President Goodluck Jonathan, in spite of the much-touted Transformation Agenda of his administration, after all be paying mere lip service towards the growth and development of the Nigerian maritime […]

Welcoming Mr. Thief Catcher
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Welcoming Mr. Thief Catcher

Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Mr. Patrick Akpobolokemi, was a very happy man on Thursday 31st January, 2013 during the inauguration of the Board […]

A needless waste of life
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A needless waste of life

“If you appreciate the value of life, you don’t joke about death.” -Anonymous I read with deep concern the death of two personnel of the Nigeria Customs Service attached to […]

Bonded terminals: The End is Nigh
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Bonded terminals: The End is Nigh

“If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.” Herbert Stein The above quote from the late American economist, Herbert Stein, is sometimes paraphrased as “Trends that can’t continue, won’t.” […]