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2019 Ships & Ports Maritime Cup

Comments on Ships & Ports Maritime Cup Competition 

It is a nice competitive game and it is quiet enjoyable to watch. The organisers of the competition are doing a great job putting all of these together because I must...

Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship

Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship holds today

All is set for the 7th edition of annual Ships & Ports Table Tennis Tournament holding today at the Apapa Club, Lagos. The tournament is sponsored by the immediate...

Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship

Prince Shittu, LCM sponsor 2019 Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship 

The immediate past National President of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), Prince Olayiwola Shittu and top dredging firm, Lagos Channel...

10 most viewed Ships & Ports maritime stories of 2018

10 most viewed Ships & Ports maritime stories of 2018

    2018 was quite an eventful year for the Nigerian maritime industry and that meant the staff of Ships & Ports were on their toes all through the year...

$6.5m ship purchase scandal: Court dismisses Labinjo’s suit against Ships & Ports

By Comfort Oseghale  A Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja on Thursday dismissed a N100 million libel suit filed against Nigeria’s leading maritime communication...

PHOTOS: 6th Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship

The 6th in the series of the annual Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship was held successfully on Saturday 24th February 2018 at the Apapa Club, Park Lane, Apapa...

NIMASA staff wins 6th Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship

Participants comment on 6th Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship

Complied by Oluwatoyin Amao This table tennis championship has brought together all maritime stakeholders; allowing us to interact and know one another. It is a...

NIMASA staff wins 6th Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship

NIMASA staff wins 6th Ships & Ports Table Tennis Championship

By Comfort Oseghale  An employee of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Jeremiah Ikoko, has emerged the winner of the 6th Ships & Ports...

Customs collects N140.4bn revenue in August

After Ships & Ports report, Customs moves to address stranded officers’ plight 

One week after SHIPS & PORTS DAILY reported exclusively that Customs officers who were recently redeployed to various commands and units across the country were...

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Clearing agent accused of fraud threatens Ships & Ports reporter

A clearing agent, Olufemi Deji threatened to beat up SHIPS & PORTS DAILY reporter, John Omoaka yesterday for making attempt to get feedback from his defence counsel,...

How did you feel being one of the winners of the 2016  Ships & Ports Essay Competition?

I was browsing when I came across the competition on Ships & Ports website, and it indicates it closes last week Friday and I got to know about it last week...

Architect emerges winner of Ships & Ports annual essay competition

Architect emerges winner of Ships & Ports annual essay competition

A young architect, Sarafadeen Mayowa Bello has emerged best overall winner of the 2016 Ships & Ports Annual National Essay Competition. Bello emerged ahead of six...