Women making waves in the maritime industry 

  Women are gradually taking their rightful positions in the maritime industry with more of them…

Nigeria@60: How has the maritime industry fared?

Sixty years after independence, the maritime industry in Nigeria could be said to have had a…

I have cried enough for the maritime industry — Usor

  Dr. Kingsley Usor is a former Managing Director, Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC). In this exclusive…

Princess Vicky Haastrup: Celebrating the precious jewel of Nigeria’s maritime industry

    Princess (Dr.) Vicky Adesuyi Haastrup is a prominent figure in Nigeria’s maritime industry. She…

Saraki speaks on sexual assaults in maritime industry 

  The Minister of State for Transportation, Sen. Gbemisola Saraki, on Thursday, urged rape victims to…

PHOTOS: SHIPS & PORTS Maritime Industry Reception for new NIMASA Director-General

Faces at the Maritime Industry Reception organises by SHIPS & PORTS in honour of the new…

What should the Federal Government do to empower women in the maritime industry?

There should be more female involvement in key positions in the maritime industry. It is not…

Nigeria @59: Stakeholders speak on state of maritime industry

  As Nigeria today celebrates her 59th independence anniversary today, some stakeholders in the maritime sector…

Amaechi: I’ve directed Gbemi Saraki to supervise maritime industry

*Minister tackles HLSI over $195m maritime security contract     The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Ameachi, on…

Stakeholders blame maritime industry challenges on poor leadership

Stakeholders and operators in the maritime sector have expressed worry over the state of the country’s…

Funding the new minimum wage through the maritime industry

The controversial N30,000 minimum wage has finally been approved by lawmakers, thus ending the protracted labour…

NIMASA forecasts maritime industry to grow by 10 %

The Nigerian maritime industry has been projected to grow by 10 percent within the next two…

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