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N263bn Probe: Senate invites NIMASA DG, Peterside

Dakuku Peterside

The Senate Joint Committee on Navy, Marine Transport and Finance on Wednesday, asked the Director-General, Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency ( NIMASA) Mr Dakuku Peterside, to appear before it unfailingly on Thursday. The committee is investigating the N263.89 billion illegal security services carried out by the Ocean Marine Solutions Ltd. ( OMLS) at the
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Maritime, cargo, NAGAFF

Review of maritime security firms underway

THE Nigerian Maritime Admistration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has hinted that a lot of fine-tuning efforts are ongoing in the engagement of Recognised Security Organisations, RSOs, in the nation’s maritime space. A review of the work of the International Ships and Ports Facility Security, ISPS, Code Unit in the NIMASA is also ongoing.

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Maritime, cargo, NAGAFF

Maritime chiefs fret over global concern on Nigerian waters

THE Nigerian maritime authorities appear to be groaning over the global perception of security situation in its territorial waters. Consequently, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has said that the result of a well-coordinated maritime security solution will be a lower freight insurance premium and increase in maritime and other economic activities.

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Maritime Security Confab: Towards a change in the Nigerian narrative

THE Nigerian maritime sector is getting set for a total transformation in its security architecture, as the country prepares to host the world at the Global Maritime Security Conference, GMSC, this month in Abuja. The conference will focus on solutions to the menace of insecurity, especially as it affects the maritime domains of West and Central Africa region and the Gulf of Guinea.

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