NPA, Intels disagree over non-remittance of $200m revenue

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and Integrated Logistics Services Limited (Intels) are having disagreement over failure of the latter to remit $200 million it generated from rents, leases, throughput fees and other revenues collected from service boats operations at the Onne and Warri ports.

Breaking news: CBN crashes dollar to N360

ByDallas  Onyema


The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has directed all banks to immediately begin sale of forex for BTA, PTA, Tuition and Medical fees to customers at not more than N360 per dollar.

How NIMASA made Nigerian waters safer, by Peterside

There has been a remarkable reduction in the incidents of piracy and sea robberies on Nigerian waters following increased synergy and deployment of enhanced technology.

ISPS code implementation: NIMASA DG assures of international best practices

 .Biometric ID card now compulsory for port operations


Auto accidents claim 10 in Bauchi


Two separate motor accidents in Bauchi State have claimed the lives of 10 people.

It was learnt that the first accident occurred near VIO office along Bauchi -Jos road.

Govt appointees, others must own farms – Okorocha

Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, has said that political appointees in his administration and state’s schools must own farms in line with the government’s “Back to Land For Agriculture” policy designed to boost the state economy.

Nigeria’s MPC maintains status quo key rates

At the end of its two-day policy meeting, nine out of 10 members of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) in attendance voted to leave key monetary policy rates unchanged.

How Onne NPA was revitilised

Alhaji Ismaila Abubakar Alhassan is the Onne Port Manager and a technocrat in transport and logistics. He specializes in ports operations and cargo handling with over 29years experience.

NIMASA, UK want sea time for 400 Nigerians

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) in partnership with the South Shield Marine School at the South Tyneside College, South Shield, Newcastle in the United Kingdom, is to provide sea time opportunities for about 400 cadets of NIMASA’s sponsored Nigerian Seafarers Devel

Customs impounds N22m fish

The Apapa Command of Nigeria Customs Service has impounded a 40-foot container laden with Tilapia fish from Turkey.