SECURE ANCHORAGE AREA: NAVY, NIMASA INTENSIFY SECURITY EFFORTS * Launches Land, Sea, Air Operational Assets * No Security Vacuum in Nigerian Waters – Says Dr Jamoh

SECURE ANCHORAGE AREA: NAVY, NIMASA INTENSIFY SECURITY EFFORTS * Launches Land, Sea, Air Operational Assets * No Security Vacuum in Nigerian Waters - Says Dr Jamoh The Nigerian Navy, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) are intensifying efforts to protect, interdict, and deter threats around vessels anchored in Secure Anchorage Area (SAA),

N223.2m tramadol seizure by Apapa Customs in photo news * As Comptroller Malanta trails consignee for prosecution

N223.2m tramadol seizure by Apapa Customs in photo news * As Comptroller Malanta trails consignee for prosecution (Photo news by Udeme Clement): Following the mind boggling seizures of 554 cartons of tramadol capsules and other prohibited items, worth over N223.2 million in Duty Paid Value (DPV); the Customs Area Controller (CAC), of Apapa

Apapa Customs intercepts N223.2million tramadol declares as ceramic tiles * We will not tolerate false declaration – Says Comptroller Yusuf Malanta

Apapa Customs intercepts N223.2million tramadol declares as ceramic tiles * We will not tolerate false declaration- Says Comptroller Yusuf Malanta (Report by Udeme Clement): The Apapa Command of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, has intercepted a container fully loaded with 554 cartons of tramadol capsules (120mg), worth over N223.2 million in Duty Paid Value

Nigeria yet to realise the benefits of AfCFTA

  Nigeria yet to realize the benefits of AfCFTA By Asuquo Nuwak Nigeria's chances of benefiting from AfCFTA is slim as enlightenment campaign and readiness to educate critical stakeholders is very low. The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Mac- Manuel Global Logistics and vice-president of National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Customs Agents

Working visit : MAJAN President, Ray Ugochukwu meets Apapa Customs boss * Says traffic logjam on ports access roads impeding Customs operations, revenue collection

Working visit : MAJAN President, Ray Ugochukwu meets Apapa Customs boss * Says traffic logjam on ports access roads impeding Customs operations, revenue collection (Report by Udeme Clement): The President, Maritime Journalists Association of Nigeria (MAJAN), Comrade Ray Ugochukwu, has said that the traffic logjam on Apapa ports access roads has negative effect on

Joshua Idiong: The Next Titan Season 7 Winner hails SIFAX Group on support

Joshua Idiong: The Next Titan Season 7 Winner hails SIFAX Group on support (Report by Udeme Clement): The Next Titan, Nigeria’s foremost entrepreneurial reality TV show’s crew led by its Executive Producer, Mide Kunle-Akinlaja and Joshua Idiong, Season 7 winner visited SIFAX Group’s head office, to appreciate the company’s support towards the

E-Call-up system: NPA insists on February 27 deadline * Says defaulters to face severe sanctions

E-Call-up system: NPA insists on February 27 deadline * Says defaulters to face severe sanctions (Report by Udeme Clement): [caption id="attachment_5805" align="alignnone" width="267"] NPA Boss:[/caption] The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), has concluded plans for the Electronic Truck Call-up system to kick-off by February 27, 2021, as earlier

ANLCA’s visit to Apapa Customs Command a huge success- Says National President, Hon Tony Nwabunike

ANLCA's visit to Apapa Customs Command a huge success- Says National President, Hon Tony Nwabunike (Report by Udeme Clement): The National President, Association of Nigeria Licenced Customs Agents (ANLCA), Hon Tony Iju Nwabunike, has described the working visit by his team to Apapa Command of Nigeria Customs Service, as a huge success. He

AfCFTA : NAGAFF Academy students to tour member States of African Union – Says Registrar

AfCFTA : NAGAFF Academy students to tour member States of African Union - Says Registrar (Report by Udeme Clement): [caption id="attachment_6021" align="alignnone" width="200"] The Registrar of NAGAFF Academy :[/caption] As implementation of African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), begins, the National Association of Government Approved Freight

Maritime stakeholders laud MAJAN on AfCFTA programme * Seeks support for group on enlightenment campaign

Maritime stakeholders laud MAJAN on AfCFTA programme *Seeks support for group on enlightenment campaign (Report by Udeme Clement): [caption id="attachment_6018" align="alignnone" width="300"] CEO of Mac-Manuel Global Logistics:[/caption] Stakeholders in the maritime industry have commended Maritime Journalists' Association of Nigeria (MAJAN), for taking the initiative to hold a roundtable