Nothing Must Be Left to Chance As Far As Securing the Ports Is Concerned – Port Security Experts

Nothing Must Be Left to Chance As Far As Securing the Ports Is Concerned – Port Security Experts

In the countdown to the 2019 general elections, security experts say adequate strategies and contingency plans to counter attack on seaport facilities by criminals must be put in place. Strategies must also be designed to contain cases of arson, fire, burglary and other disruptive activities that occur during national emergencies as experience shows that undesirable elements within the port…

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Success, To Me Means Caring for The Needy

  The story of Hajia Bola Muse can be likened to that of Joseph in the Bible in that, young Bola identified with her humble beginning. She left her home in Atiba Oyo in Oyo State, to sojourn in Kano where her grandmother welcomed her. In Kano, God blessed and multiplied her business enterprise (Bomarah Group) and she brought in…

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FG Could Rake in #3 Trillion Yearly from Maritime Sector, Says Finance Ministry Official.

Isaac Ombe. A top Federal Ministry of Finance official says the Federal Government can make over N3trillion yearly from the maritime sector, if it is well structured. The official who spoke in camera with Journalists after the visit of the Senate Committee on Marine Transport’s to the Lagos ports recently, observed that there has been a reduction in the number…

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Prosperity and Security of Maritime Nations, Linked to the Seas, says Navy, …Launches “Exercise Amum Buneng” (Calm Waters)

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Nigerian Navy has said that the prosperity and security of maritime nations are inevitably linked to the seas. Rear Adm. Habila Ngalabak, the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC), Western Naval Command (WNC), stated this at the launch of the Nigeria Navy Fourth Quarter Sea Exercise Codenamed “Execise Amum Buneng” (Calm Waters) onboard Nigeria Navy Ship (NNS) Unity at the Naval…

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The Rising Profile of Women In International Shipping: The Nigerian Prospective

By PierLuigi Carrodano Managing Director, Comet Group. Introduction International shipping used to be totally dominated by men up to the end of the Second World War. During those years, women only filled in shore-based auxiliary positions as office administrative personnel in the traditional maritime nations as well as in the developing maritime nations. Incidentally, the lack of skills in…

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