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Failed IMO council bid, piracy, Apapa gridlock, secure anchorage brouhaha and other sour grapes of Nigeria’s maritime sector in 2019

Failed IMO council bid, piracy, Apapa gridlock, secure anchorage brouhaha and other sour grapes of Nigeria’s maritime sector in 2019

  It is difficult to tell if Nigeria made any appreciable progress as a country in 2019. It is even much more difficult to discuss the fate of the maritime industry...

Abdullah Bin Mohammed Balheif Al Nuaimi

UAE seeks re-election into IMO Council

  The United Arab Emirate (UAE) has confirmed that the country is ready to submit a second term nomination re-election into the International Maritime Organisation...

UAE seeks second term in IMO Council

UAE seeks second term in IMO Council

The UAE is ready to present its candidacy for a second term for Category B membership of the International Maritime Organization, IMO, Council, announced Dr. Abdullah...

NIMASA DG Dakuku Peterside

Nigeria wasted ‘only N100m’ on IMO Council bid – Dakuku 

In an era where many state governments lack sufficient funds to pay workers’ salaries and where the federal government has complained of lack of money to renew ageing...

Amaechi

Amaechi, others woo diplomats for IMO Council seat

By Patience Danjuma  The Federal Government has disclosed interest to be elected into the Council of International Maritime Organisation (IMO), while seeking the...

Amaechi

On Nigeria’s IMO Council comeback bid

Recently, the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi announced President Muhammadu Buhari’s approval for Nigeria to re-contest election for the International...

IMO

On Nigeria’s IMO Council comeback bid

Recently, the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi announced President Muhammadu Buhari’s approval for Nigeria to re-contest election for the International...

Liberia, South Africa, others elected into IMO Council

Liberia, South Africa, others elected into IMO Council • Delegates punish Israel, Egypt, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia Kenya, Liberia and South Africa were on Friday...