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NPA affirms NDLEA among eight agencies allowed in Ports

Advertisement The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has clarified that eight agencies of the Federal Government are allowed to operate and have physical representation at the ports in the country by virtue of a 2011 presidential directive. A statement signed by Mr Ibrahim Nasiru, a Principal Manager, Public Affairs at the Authority listed the eight agencies…

NPA, Japanese Government calls for more robust synergy between On Developmental Projects

 …….Japan offers to refurbish Apapa Power sub-station Representative of the Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Prof. Idris Abubakar (3rd left); First Secretary Economic/ Development Corporation, Japanese Embassy in Nigeria, Gaku Sato (2nd left); GM Western Port, Arc. Abiodun Gbadamosi; (1st left); GM Physical Planning, Engr. Rufai Mohammed (2nd right) and GM Maintenance, Engr. Adams…

ACCOUNTANT GENERAL PROBES INTELS WITHHOLDING OF $100M FG REVENUE

…Insists on TSA compliance The office of the Accountant General of the Federation is set to compel  Integrated Logistics Services Limited (Intels) to remit all government monies in its custody into the designated Treasury Single Account(TSA). Intels is alleged to be operating in violation to a Federal Government directive on TSA. Aside the AGF Office…

Port concessioning shaping maritime business amidst reforms—Usman

The Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Ms Hadiza Usman, has said that concessioning Nigerian ports have brought tremendous improvement in Seaport development even as there are opportunities for further improvements via reforms. Usman was represented at the recent maiden edition of a dialogue series tagged: Town hall meeting on cargo handling and port…

Developmental Journalism a pivot to grow maritime industry says Brigadier General Agim

Developmental Journalism is the kind of journalism that pays sustained attention to the coverage of ideas, policies, programs, activities and events dealing with the improvement of the life of people. Brigadier General John Agim, Ph.D, the Commandant, Nigerian Army School 0f Public Relations and Information (NASPRI) stated this while delivering his speech at A 3-Day…

Clearing Agents weep openly as Cargo Clearance abandoned Over Extortions At Tin Can Island Port

Clearing agents operating at the Tin Can Island Port have again raised alarm over what they alleged as extortion from various government agencies operating at the Tin Can Island Port, including personnel of the Nigeria Custom Service, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and the Nigeria Police. The agents alleged that activities of these corrupt government…