Category: Maritime

NPA takes new measures to ease Apapa gridlock.

FROM  LEFT- RIGHT): MANAGING DIRECTOR, NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY( NPA), HADIZA BALA USMAN AND  THE SNR.SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT ON INDUSTRY, TRADE & INVESTMENT, OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT, DR. ODUWOLE JUMOKE , AFTER THE  STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON MEASURES TO EASE APAPA GRIDLOCK, AT THE NPA HEADQUARTERS, TODAY \ The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA)…

NPA TO ENGAGES NIGERIAN EDITORS ON PORT REFORMS-MD NPA

THE    MANAGING DIRECTOR, NPA, HADIZA BALA USMAN  EXPRESSING A POINT OF INTEREST TO HER GUEST, PRESIDENT OF THE GUILD, FUNKE EGBEMODE (MRS.) DURING THE VISIT   The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Usman has said that the Authority will partner the Nigerian Guild of Editors with a view to having a…

APAPA CUSTOMS COMMAND NETS N289BN REVENUE

The Nigeria Premier port and the flagship of the Nigeria Customs Service, Apapa Area Command has continued to sustain her lead in revenue collection over the last ten months. The command total revenue collection stood at two hundred and eighty eight billion, six hundred and forty-seven million, eight hundred and fifty six thousand, five hundred…

An Efficient Seaport, A Channel Towards Global Industrialization says MD NPA.

  from left – right: Dr. Mrs. Nike Akande, President, Lagos Chamber Of Commerce & Industries,  A. A. Goje, Rep. Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Babatunde Ruwase, Dep. President, LCCI, and Sola Oyetayo, Chairperson, Trade Promotion Board, (LCCI ) during the Nigerian Ports Authority´s Special Day, Lagos International Trade Fair The Managing Director of…

TINCAN ISLAND PORT RECORDS MASSIVE REVENUE GENERATION OF N237,265,538,567.88K IN TEN MONTHS. BLOCKS ILLEGAL ARMS/AND FAKE DRUGS SYNDICATE

The Nigeria Customs Service Tincan Island Port Apapa Lagos, have collected a total of Two hundred and Thirty-Seven billion,  Two hundred and Sixty-Five million, Five hundred and Thirty-Eight thousand, Five hundred and Sixty-Seven Naira, Eighty-Eight kobo (N237,265,538,567.88)  between January and  October 2017.  This figure is against the sum of Two hundred and Seven billion, Nine…