Ships & Ports top 20 stories of 2019

Ships & Ports top 20 stories of 2019

 

 

2019 was an eventful year for the Nigerian maritime industry and SHIPS & PORTS was busy all through the year ensuring you did not miss out on the news of any important event. Today, we refresh your memory on the 20 most read stories featured on our website last year. Just click on any of the stories and the details will come up again for your reading pleasure.

1.

VIDEO: Nigerian goes berserk; beats up two Heathrow airport officials 

2.

PHOTOS: Beautiful houses built with shipping containers

3.

VIDEO: Train crushes 5 people in Lagos

4.

Amaechi: If I were not from South-South, I’d have stopped Warri port dredging 

5.

Travellers accuse immigration officer of demanding $200 bribe at Lagos airport 

6.

Nigerian Navy sparks diplomatic row over arrest of American, 8 others on high sea 

7.

Amaechi: For those who may not like me, I apologise

8.

Woman collapses at Lagos airport during Customs screening 

9.

Obasanjo: How I survived death scare on Ethiopian Airlines plane 

10.

N50bn floating dock acquired by NIMASA rots away in Lagos 

11.

Hong Kong arrests another Nigerian woman with cocaine in her vagina

12.

PHOTOS: Inside Aliko Dangote’s N13 billion yacht 

13.

Grimaldi’s Grande America sinks off France

14.

President Buhari gives truck drivers 72 hours to leave Apapa road

15.

Captain of crashed Ethiopian Airline Boeing 737 Max 8 plane not trained, colleague reportedly claims

16.

Owner of 54 seized containers tackles Customs CG

17.

Why Apapa gridlock will persist — Hadiza Bala Usman 

18.

Apapa gridlock eases as NPA opens Lilypond Truck Park

19.

Amaechi bows out, apologizes to stakeholders over failed promises

20.

Ali raises alarm over $32m Benin Republic, Japan rice deal

 

 

 

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