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The Executive Director, Maritime Labour and Cabotage Services, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Mr. Gambo Ahmed receiving a letter from the Executive Secretary, Kano State Scholarship Board, Professor Fatima Umar during a visit to the Agency to further the partnership under the Nigerian Seafarers Development Programme (NSDP) while the Head, Corporate Communications, Hajia Lami Tumaka looks on.

Kano State Scholarship Board strengthens partnership with NIMASA on NSDP- Photos

(TRADE NEWSWIRE): Kano State Scholarship Board strengthens partnership with NIMASA on Nigerian Seafarers Development Programme (NSDP) , TRADE NEWSWIRE reports.

TRADE NEWSWIRE obtained the event’s photographs from a World-renowned First-rate Public Relations Professional and Head, Corporate Communications, NIMASA, Hajia Lami Tumaka on Monday in Lagos.

The Executive Director, Maritime Labour and Cabotage Services, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Mr. Gambo Ahmed (5th from right) and some Management Staff of NIMASA in a photograph with the delegation from the Kano State Scholarship Board, led by the Executive Secretary, Professor Fatima Umar (6th from right) during a courtesy visit to the Agency recently.

The Executive Director, Maritime Labour and Cabotage Services, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Mr. Gambo Ahmed (5th from right) and some Management Staff of NIMASA in a photograph with the delegation from the Kano State Scholarship Board, led by the Executive Secretary, Professor Fatima Umar (6th from right) during a courtesy visit to the Agency recently.

The Nigerian Seafarers Development Programme (NSDP): is a programme created by NIMASA in 2009 aimed at bridging the employment deficit in the nation’s seafaring. Countries of study for the NSDP are Romania, the Philippines, United Kingdom, United States of America, India, and Egypt among others.

The funding pattern for the programme is 60:40 ratio where the state governments of the beneficiary students provide 60 per cent of the tuition fees while NIMASA provide 40 per cent along with other miscellaneous expenses e.g monthly allowances, air tickets and other sundry expenses

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