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AFRICA SET TO TACKLE PIRACY, OTHER MARITIME CRIMES – DAKUKU

The Chairman of the Association of African Maritime Administrations (AAMA) Dr. Dakuku Peterside has stated that Maritime Administrations (MARADs) in Africa are set to tackle the twin issue of piracy, sea crime and illegal migration in the continent. The AMAA Chairman who disclosed this to maritime journalists at the sidelines of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) council meeting in London said that the continent through...

INTERNATIONAL MARITIME POLITICS: AFRICA WANTS GREATER REPRESENTATION ON IMO COUNCIL. … Seeks MoU on Capacity Building

                      From R-L Mr. Juvenal Shiundu, a Director in IMO from Kenya, Chairman AAMA, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, The Secretary General of the IMO, Mr. Kitack Lim, Executive Director Finance and Administration, NIMASA, Mr. Bashir Jamoh and Emma Alfred and Assistant Director in NIMASA during a meeting with the Secretary General of the IMO at the...

‘AFRICA SEAS AND OCEANS POSSESS HUGE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES’ – NIMASA DG, Experts … Time to harness them

          Dignitaries at the event. At a well-attended event by stakeholders and experts in the maritime sector to commemorate this year’s “Africa Day of Seas and Oceans”, the Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Dakuku Peterside has disclosed that Africa seas and oceans possess huge economic opportunities that can take the continent to the next...

NIMASA Commences 24 Hour Turnaround Time For Issuing Debit Notes- Dr Dakuku Peterside

In compliance with the Presidential directive on the resumption of 24 hour port operations in Lagos ports, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has commenced a 24 hour turnaround time for analysing cargo manifests and issuing Debit Notes to Shipping Agents. This has been achieved by extending work hours for some staff of the Agency in the Shipping Development Department. The Agency’s Offices...

PORT EFFICIENCY: NIMASA DG LISTS GAME CHANGERS TO MAKE AFRICAN PORTS COMPETITIVE

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Dr Dakuku Peterside has listed what he termed game changers that will make Ports on the African Continent to be globally competitive to include investment in world class infrastructure, strengthen Regulatory Frameworks:, Enhance Institutional Cooperation, implementation of one-stop portals like the national single window and adequate Investment in human capital. Dr Dakuku stated this while delivering a paper on the...

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