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Switzerland Drags Nigeria To International Court, Seeks Release of Tanker, Crew Detained in Nigeria

 Switzerland has requested the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) to order the release of a Swiss...

28 Ships Carrying Products Expected At Lagos Ports

 The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says that 28 ships bringing petroleum products, food and other goods are expected at...

NIWA Appeals To Maritime Operators Over Unpaid Dues

 The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has appealed to maritime operators to remit their relevant dues to the...

Indonesian Non-Oil Products Export To Nigeria Hits N152bn

 The Indonesian Trade Promotion Centre (ITPC) in Lagos on Monday said that the export of non-oil products from Indonesia...

Portuguese Shipping Company Pleads Guilty To Falsifying Oil Record Book And Obstruction

Portline Bulk International S.A. pleaded guilty in federal court in Charleston, South Carolina, to one count of violating...

MSC Gayane Cocaine Bust: Affidavit Details High-Seas Rendezvous’ and Crew’s Effort to Conceal Drugs

 New details are coming in about the massive cocaine bust in the Port of Philadelphia earlier this week, revealing an...

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Maritime Safety

 Former Head of State; General Abdulsalam Abubakar  (R), Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and others at the commissioning  of African Circle Pollution Management limited Port Harcourt Dockyard Waste Management Plant last weekend  

L-R: The Admiral Superintendent Naval Ordinance Depot, Rear Adm. Abdul Adamu and the representative of the Chief of Naval Staff, the Director of Arms, Naval Headquarters, Rear Adm. Danjuma Dongoyaro commencing the  destruction of the weapons at the depot in Navy Town, Lagos 

Autoport

A 40ft container that collapsed on top of two imported used Toyota Corrolla at Tin Can Island port last week.

A dilapidated spot at Trinity bus stop along Apapa Oshodi expressway

Oil & Gas

Non-Executive Director, Eterna Plc, Mrs Afolake Lawal (left); Non-Executive Director, Ibrahim Boyi; MD/CEO, Muhmud Tukur; and chairman, Lamis Shehu Dikko, at the 26th yearly general meeting of the company in Lagos 

  Some drums containing illegally refined diesel discovered during a raid last week by the Police on Mason community, Warri South Local Government Area of Delta.

Coast To Coast

Maritime Education

Managing Director of The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Hadiza Bala Usman with the High Commissioner of Namibia to Nigeria; Ambassador Mr. Humphrey Desmond! Geiseb during  a working visit to the Corporate Head Quarters of NPA in Marina Lagos last week.  

From Left: Head, Marine Environment Management Department of NIMASA, Dr. Felicia Mogo, Executive Director (ED) , Maritime Labour & Cabotage Services, Nigerian Maritime Administration & Safety Agency (NIMASA) Ahmed Gambo, and the Director General (DG), Dr Dakuku Peterside during a meeting with media executives, in Lagos, last week. 

L-R:  General Manager, Lagos State Traffic Management Authority(LASTMA), Mr Musa Olawale, Traffic Manager, Lagos Port Complex Apapa, Mr Oginni Victor, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers’ Council(NSC), Mr Hassan Bello, Vice Chairman, Presidential Task Team on Restoration of Law and Order in Apapa, Mr Kayode Opeifa, Commissioner of Police, Presidential Task Team, Hakeem Odumosu, during a press briefing Presidential Task Team last week in Apapa, Lagos.