|The Chief of Naval Staff(third from right) Vice Admiral Ibok Ette Ibas and other top Naval Officers on board NNS CENTENARY for the sea manoeuvre marking the Navy at 60|
The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Vice Admiral Ibok Ette Ibas has expressed concern that the security breaches around the Gulf of Guinea is directed at the economic life line of both littoral and landlocked states.
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has restated its commitment to the development of maritime capacity for the growth of the nation’s maritime sector.
A facility tour of Intels and visit to one of its host communities,Ogu, Rivers, have proven its Corporate Social Responsibility as a ‘diet’ for healthy relationships with people of its host communities, where erstwhile indigent women have become successful entrepreneurs making international-standard industrial coveralls and other garments.
Dr. Dakuku Peterside, the Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has affirmed the need for vertical and horizontal partnership to grow the Nigerian maritime sector.
Interview: Gulf of Guinea security requires coordinated strategic approach, says American maritime security expert
|Maritime security expert, Capt. Phillip Heyl|
An American maritime security expert, Capt.Phillip Heyl, at a recent maritime conference held as part of the Nigerian Navy Diamond Anniversary celebration, called for stronger stakeholders’ collaboration as key strategy for getting solutions to the security challenges in the Gulf of Guinea.
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the audit of the maritime sector to ascertain why it is not making the desired progress, a statement issued by the Ministry of Transportation on Thursday said.