SIFAX Group, NDPHC hold talks for stronger business bond

L-R: Captain Ibraheem Olugbade, Executive Director, Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited; Barr. Ezekiel Ajewole, Executive Director/Senior Special Assistant to Barr. (Dr.) Taiwo Afolabi, Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group; Babayo Shehu, Executive Director, Finance & Administration, Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited and Rahman Alarape, Head, Expediting & Logistics, Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited during their business visit to SIFAX Group in Apapa recently.

In a view to strengthen business relationships between both companies, the top executive management team of the Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited(NDPHC), which is charged with implementation of the National Integrated Power Project (NIPP) in Nigeria has visited SIFAX Group.

Attack at NASS: Bala Usman petitions IG, DSS on safety

MD NPA, Hadiza Bala Usman
Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority, Hadiza Bala Usman has called for the investigation and prosecution of perpetrators of the harassment and humiliation to which she was subjected to by people believed to be hirelings of Chairman of Ocean Maritime Solutions Limited (OMSL), Captain Idahosa Okunbo on the premises of the National Assembly on Tuesday, December 3, 2019.

IMO Council Elections: Nigeria gained deeper insight in global politicking – Dakuku

L-R: President Chartered Institute of Transport Administration Nigeria (CIoTA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh, Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, and Deputy National President, CIoTA, Mr. Darlington Ofor, during a Press Conference at the sidelines of the just concluded National Transport Summit organised by CIoTA in Abuja. 

Nigeria’s recent experience at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Category C Council elections of losing by just a vote, has given the nation broader understanding of how politics dictates countries' positions in the Council.

Lagos new strategy for managing wastes generated during construction, demolition

MD/CEO LAWMA, Dr. Muyiwa Gbadegesin (m) with the panelists, DG LASEMA, Dr. Femi Oke Osanyintolu (2nd right); Mr. Olugbenga Adebola (r); Engr. (Mrs.) Biola Oludaiye-Koshegbe (2nd left), and guest speaker, Dr. Wahab Akeem Bolaji (L), during a stakeholders forum on construction, demolition and disaster waste with the theme: ‘Creating Value Through Responsible Management of Construction & Demolition Waste in Lagos State’, organised by the Authority, at Oriental Hotel, VI, on Thursday, 5th December, 2019.

The Lagos State Government on Thursday launched the Construction, Demolition and Disaster Waste (CDDW) of the Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) in a bid to eradicate wastes generated during construction and demolition in the State.

Photos: Customs Command and Staff College honours Retired ACG Eporwei Edike

Photographs showing moments when Retired Assistant Comptroller General of Customs, Eporwei Edike was honoured by the Customs Command and Staff College Gwagwalada, Abuja.
Also, during training sessions he had with senior officers of the service in Apapa, Lagos.

Rtd. ACG Eporwei Edike(Left), receiving his award 

Attacked Vessel: NIMASA to fast track maritime security architecture

...Agency working with relevant authorities on abductees' release – Dakuku

File photo
In the wake of the recent attack on a tanker vessel named, ‘Nave Constellation’, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has disclosed its readiness to fast-track the maritime security architecture, just as the Director General of the Agency Dr. Dakuku Peterside stated that the Agency is working with relevant partners to ensure the crew on-board are secured and safe.

Utomi urges govts to quit indiscriminate termination of contracts

Intermodal transport: Stakeholders' collective efforts needed – CIoTA President 

R-L:National President 2, Chartered Institute of Transport Administration Nigeria (CIoTA),  Professor Calistus Ibe, Founder, Centre for Values in Leadership, President CIoTA, Dr. Bashir Jamoh and Head Media Committee of CIoTA Summit, Isichei Osamgbi in a Press Conference at the ongoing maiden National Transportation Summit organised by CIoTA at the Shehu Musa Yar ‘Adua Centre in Abuja.
As part of efforts to create an enabling environment that supports indigenous and foreign private sector investment in transport infrastructure, a leading economist, Professor Pat Utomi, has admonished Federal and State Governments to jettison political interference in contracts and concessioned projects.

Nigeria needs bigger ports to meet increasing trade volumes –Capt. Iheanacho

...CIoTA calls for support from government

President Chartered Institute of Transport Administration Nigeria (CIoTA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh (left) and Chairman, Integrated Oil and Gas Limited, Captain Emmanuel Iheanacho in a Press Conference at the ongoing maiden National Transportation Summit organised by CIoTA at the Shehu Musa Yar ‘Adua Centre in Abuja.

Concerned by the state of the nation's transport infrastructure despite increasing trade volumes, the Chairman, Integrated Oil and Gas Limited, and former Minister of Interior, Capt. Emmanuel Iheanacho, has urged the Federal Government to expand the nation's ports infrastructure, access roads and provide connectivity to the hinterlands.

Shippers’ Council urges connectivity, modernisation in transport system

The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers' Council, Barrister Hassan Bello,
at the maiden Transportat Summit  in Abuja 

The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), Hassan Bello, has reiterated the importance of connectivity in the various transport systems in the country, in order to ensure rapid growth of the economy.

Akinsoji’s thoughts on Nigeria’s IMO Council Seat loss

Engr. Olu Akinsoji

By Olu Akinsoji
Let us as a nation, through the appropriate authorities have a sober reflection on the outcome of the IMO council election. 

In doing this, we should examine carefully the points raised in an article titled 'IMO Council Seat: Between Illusion and Reality'.