Month: 4 months ago

Abuse Of Duty-Free Shops At MMIA, As FOU, Zone A, Raid The Airport

4 months ago

 By Stephen Ubanna  For much of last year and now, there have been rumours making the rounds that most of the free duty shops licensed by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, to operate at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport , IKeja,  Lagos, are  abusing the Customs and Excise Management Act, CEMA, with the […]

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Entetainment: Innovative UBA Berths RED Radio Platform To Complement ed TV,Series

4 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna  The Asian country of China emerged coronavirus, popular, COVID 19, appears to have made the United Bank,  UBA pc, or Pan African Bank, UBA, PLC, under the close watch of Kingsley Uzoka, to become more creative  as a way to support African’s Creative Industry.  This is evident with the recent  Launching of […]

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How NPA And NIWA, Ceded The Responsibility Of Removal Of Wrecks In Nigerian Waters To NIMASA

4 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna  Bashir Jamoh, Director General, Nigerian Mmaritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has given an insight why there had been too much abandoned wrecks in Nigerian waters over the years that could  have  been cleared by that the agency. Jamoh, had blamed it on the legal issues involved hat needed to be settled  […]

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Insecurity:Masari Wants Nigerians To Defend Themselves As They Could No Longer Rely On The Police To Do so

4 months ago

By Suleiman Umaru  After  several years of fruitless efforts by the Army and the police to  restore peace and stability in the country , with the situation appears to be getting worse by the dayin  the north east states of Borno and Yobe  and the north west states of Zamfara and Kaduna among others. The […]

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Seafarers Battle Ship Owners Over Poor Welfare Package As Jamoh, Intervenes To Ease Their Suffering

4 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna   The Nigerian Seafarers joined other Maritime nations on Friday, June 25, 2021, to celebrate the Day of the Seafarer, with the theme, “Fair Future for the Seafarers’’.   The event was said to have provided opportunity for both the seafarers and the ship owners to speak out their mind. The seafarers had […]

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Jamoh Reassures Ship Owners Of Disbursement Of The CVFF As He Gives His Scorecard

4 months ago

 Bashir Jamoh, Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, appears to have been under undue pressure from indigenous ship owners  to start the process for the disbursement of the Cabotage Finance Fund, CVFF, d omiciled in the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.  The Fund which is a two percent deductions from every contract […]

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Why Ali Rejigs The Customs Enforcement As Comptroller Jibo Sets A Track Record At Seme

4 months ago

By Stephen Ubana  For years,  smuggling of Foreign parboiled rice, vehicles and other prohibited items in the north western states of Sokoto, kebbi, Katsina, Kano ,Jigawa and the south- south states of Akwa Ibom, Cross river states and Edo, particular, have been  going with ease.  This may not be want of trying by the Customs […]

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Why Buhari Is Determined To Restore Peace And Stability In Nigeria

4 months ago

When President Muhammadu Buhari, a retired Army General, promised to restore peace and stability in the  country, during the electioneering Campaigns of 2015 and 209, general elections,nobody took him serious.  This is because of the high level of insecurity in the country which had defiled the former President Godluck Jonathan’s Administration. From the north east, […]

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NIMASA: Nigerian Maritime Trade Threatened By High War Risks Insurance Premium As Jamoh Launches Campaign To End It

4 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna  For years, Nigerian importers have been losing billions of dollars, through the high war risk insurance placed on ocean going vessels conveying cargoes to the Lagos ports of Apapa, Tincan Island and port Multi-service Terminal limited, PTML, including the south east ports of Onne, Rivers, Delta and Calabar ports.  The International Maritime […]

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grieved Members Of ANLCA, Beckons On Chukwura To Broker Peace As The Crisis Worsens

4 months ago

By Funso Olojo As the war of attrition  in the Association of Nigerian  Licensed Customs Agents, ANLCA, deepens , the brutalised gladiators from the two warring Camps  and other members of the Association  are apparently weary  of the long- drawn battle  may have shown  a sign of fatigue. The crisis, which  was  said to have […]

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