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NIMASA bags ‘Public Organisation of the year 2016’ award

    (TRADE NEWSWIRE): The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has emerged the winner of the 2016 Public Organization of the year award organized by TELL Magazine Nigeria Limited, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. During a recent visit to the Director-General of NIMASA, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, to inform him of the award, the Chairman, Awards Committee of TELL Magazine, Mr. ...

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Terms of Business Agreement: AAMA Chair demands Symbiotic Relationship with world maritime operators

  .Peterside markets Nigerian maritime potentials at Nor-Shipping 2017   (TRADE NEWSWIRE): The Chairman of the Association of Heads of African Maritime Administrations (AAMA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has demanded for a Symbiotic Relationship that is ‘mutually beneficial’ in nature on Terms of Business Agreement with world maritime operators, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. Peterside, who is also the Director-General of the Nigerian ...

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Ship wreck removal: ‘Cooperation of wreck-owners with NIMASA required for safe navigation’

  .NIMASA gets accolade for efforts in wreck removal, as DG pledges to further improve on performance (TRADE NEWSWIRE): Owners of ship wrecks has been urged to cooperate with the management of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to facilitate wrecks removal from the nation’s water for safe navigation and prevention of marine pollution, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. The ...

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Maritime security: We have ‘symbiotically’ suppressed piracy in Nigerian waters, Gulf of Guinea- NIMASA DG

  .FG procures three helicopters, twelve fast intervention vessels for coastal surveillance (TRADE NEWSWIRE): The Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and Chairman of the Association of Heads of African Maritime Administrations (AAMA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has said that that pirate’s nefarious operations in the Nigerian waters and by extension the Gulf of Guinea had been ...

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