How can the maritime industry benefit from African Continental Free Trade (AfCFTA)?

Engr. Greg Ogbeifun AfCFTA is to encourage intra-African trade amongst ourselves and the ways of trading…

What is your take on the introduction of new cash withdrawal limits by CBN?

  I want to commend CBN on the cash withdrawal limitation and naira redesign policies. The…

What is your take on CBN’s plan to redesign major naira notes?

The decision by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to redesign some new naira notes is…

How does it feel winning in the 2022 Maritime Cup Competition?

  Charles Okaga, Team Manager, NPA Koko Marines Every winner is happy, excited and in a…

Are you satisfied with government’s response to flooding?

Bello Sarafadeen, Lagos The Government’s response to the flooding isn’t quite clear and has remained slow.…

How can Nigeria attain greener shipping?

Compiled by Tosin Aribisala Your question is intriguing. Nigeria attaining greener shipping is something that as…

It is the common man’s hope — Nigerians kick against plans to ban ponmo

Many Nigerians have opposed plans by the Nigerian Institute of Leather and Science Technology (NILST), Zaria,…

What do you think about cows roaming freely on Apapa port access roads? 

Mr. Lucky Amiwero  Port access roads are not for cows, they are meant for import or…

Do you support Federal Government’s plan to impose five per cent excise duty on telecommunications services in the country? 

Hassan Tumi, Abuja This would have grievous implications on subscribers and the telecom sector. It is…

What should be the priority of the new Minister of Transportation, Mu’azu Sambo?

David Pius The new Minister has been in the maritime industry for a very long time,…

How can Nigeria solve its erratic power problem?

Sunday Akpan, Lagos  Solving Nigerian erratic power problem involves a lot which include upgrade of power…

What is your take on okada ban in six local governments in Lagos? 

Lukman Lawal, Lagos I commend Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu for the bold step of announcing the ban…

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