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    NPA To Train Staff At Lagos Business School

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    The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) will partner Lagos Business School (LBS) to train its staff as well as chart a career course for new employees of the agency according to NPA’s executive director, finance and administration, Dr. Bello Koko. He said that henceforth, promotion exercise at the NPA would now be tied to training that…

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    NIMASA Rejigs, Redeploys Directors, Others

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    As part of the effort to reposition and restructure the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), the Director-General of the agency, Dr Dakuku Peterside has approved the redeployment of some senior management staff of the agency. The redeployment exercise has Mr. Ibrahim Jibril as the Director, Strategic Management in the Office of the Director…

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    Port Operators Lose N58.9bn In 8 Years To Forex, CPI

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    Seaport terminal operators in Nigeria have lost about N58.9billion to the rising foreign exchange scarcity, Consumer Price Index (CPI) among others in eight years. According to an industry report compiled by a leading audit firm but yet to be officially released, the loss was due to a combination of factors which include rising Consumer Price…

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    Customs Accuses Clearing Agents Of Bribery, Corruption

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    The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has come hard on clearing agents operating at the nation’s seaports and land borders alleging that they are not compliant with extant laws of the service. The Customs Area Comptroller (CAC), Federal Operations Units (FOU) Zone A, Compt. Mamudu Haruna  stated this when the Western Zone Coordinator of Association of…

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    ‘Current Economic Policies Not Working For Common Man’

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    Mr. Anthony Nted, President General, Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) in this interview with YUSUF BABALOLA talks on the reasons the union declined agitation for salary increment, state of the port access roads and other issues. How have your members been coping in this difficult time of recession? Recession is a global issue. The…

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    Shippers Council Lobbies World Bank On Apapa Traffic

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    The Nigerian Shippers Council has lobbied the World Bank on the clearance of traffic gridlock on the Apapa, Tin Can ports. World Bank was expected to provide fund in tune of $40million to be used to clear the traffic gridlock along ports access roads. Speaking on the development, Executive Secretary of the Council, Mr. Hassan…

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