Public Relations of NIMASA, Hajia Lami Tumaka, made available to newsmen in
when the Nigerian/Nigerien Joint Commission on Transit Cargo led by the
Director General of the Shippers’ Council of the Republic of Niger, Mr Oumarou
Issoufou, paid a courtesy visit to the agency recently in Lagos.
that Nigeria and Niger could work together without barriers to ensure smooth
passage of goods between both countries.
with the activities of the Commission, specifically in the area of trade relations
between Nigeria and Niger.
from each other on issues concerning trade.
relationship better and remove all barriers to successful transit of cargo
between the two countries using global best practices”, Jauro said.
of Niger Republic Shippers’ Council, who spoke through an interpreter,
commended the Agency’s efforts in ensuring safety and security in the nation’s
Republic to co-operate with the Nigerian government for the interest of both
of safety and security available on the Nigerian waterways, which are
commendable”, Issoufou stated.
best to foster a good relationship between both countries.
Transit Cargo was established with the aim of facilitating seamless transit of
Niger bound cargo through Nigerian ports.
comprising mostly economic operators was in Nigeria to inspect port facilities
with a view to channeling most of their cargo through Nigerian ports.