Thursday, December 9, 2021

NDDC clears air on N2tn debt owed contractors

The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) has clarified N2tn debts, owed vendors and contractors on projects executed in the region. The NDDC Director of Corporate...

Lagos records zero marine accidents six months after launching new boats

The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has said the state has not recorded any accidents along its waterways since it relaunched the initiative to...

Amaechi commissions two tug boats to enhance ease of seaport business 

The Honorable Minster of Transportation, Rt. Hon.Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi has commissioned two tug boats; MT Musawa and MT Ikoro-Ekiti in line with Government's desire...

Federation allocation drops to N547bn — lowest in 2020

  The federation accounts allocation committee (FAAC) on Wednesday shared N547.309 billion to the three tiers of government for May. This is the lowest federal allocation...

Naira falls to N452/$ as pressure mounts on CBN to unify exchange rate

There has been growing pressure for the CBN to unify the exchange rate markets. Traders reacted to news that the government is mulling unifying the...

FG to deploy scanners at seaports before end of 2020

      In a bid to enhance the check on the importation of fake and substandard products into the country in line with established protocols, plans...

Job losses loom as Buhari begins to cut down  government agencies and parastatals

President Muhammadu Buhari had been under pressure since he assumed office in 2015 to implement Oronsaye’s report. The Federal Government has begun the process of...

Groups lock horns over ownership of NIMASA floating dry dock

Editor  A non-governmental organization, the Maritime Industry Advocacy Initiative and two other groups, Pan-Niger Delta Forum and the United Niger Delta Energy Development Security Strategy...

19 vessels arrive Nigeria with PMS, food

A total of 19  vessels have berthed at the Lagos Port Complex with Petrol, Bulk Wheat, Bulk Salt and other items according to the...

APMT to importers; pick your containers or forfeit them

Editor Operators of Nigeria’s largest container terminal, AP Moeller, have asked owners of  15 overtime containers to pick them from the terminal or lose them...

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SON links banditry, insecurity to absence of standards

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Customs seize six containers of unprocessed timber

The Federal Operations Unit (FOU) Zone ‘C’ of the Nigeria Customs Service has intercepted three trucks with six 20ft containers of unprocessed timber in...