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October 2016

Maritime Safety

Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA); Dr. Dakuku Peterside (L) receiving a certificate of attendance from Captain Andrew Tucci, Sector Commander of the United States Coast Guard, Long Island, Connecticut, USA at the end of a recent reciprocal visit of the Nigeria to the US in furtherance of the implementation of the International Ship and Ports Facility Security (ISPS) code in Nigeria.

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Dakuku Peterside is exchanging pleasantries with Mr. Richard Hill, a Facilitator at the training programme on “Oil Spill Response and Preparedness Training on the Job” organised recently by the European Union (EU) in Lagos.


Fairly Used Lexus  On Display At Berger International Market Along Apapa Oshodi Expressway Lagos

A typical RORO terminal in Nigeria with low import of vehicles

Coast To Coast

Virginia Governor; Terry McAuliffe announcing the  USD 320 million investment in Virginia International Gateway       

Maritime Education

From Left: Executive, Indo Marine Nigeria limited Engineer E. Ijioma, Representatives ,Nigerian Shippers Council, Mr. C.C. Akujobi and Engineer (rtd Navy Captain) and Immediate Past Chairman MENA, Dominic Onabanjo during the 5th Annual Conference and AGM held in Lagos, last week 

A top team of the Nigeria Customs Service led by the ACG Zone A; Mr Charles Edike, accompanied  by the Controller Seme command; Compt Victor Dimka with some Baales, Chiefs and youth leaders around Seme and Badagry  in a group photograph after a recent sensitisation programme  at the border

Minister of Transportation; Mr Rotimi Amaechi  with some National Assembly members and members of the Board of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) after the inauguration of the Board in Abuja by the Minister last week.