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31 Mar 2019
Maritime experts proffer solutions to challenges in the sector.
10 Mar 2019
Maritime safety agency worries over rising insurance premium.
8 Mar 2019
Maritime operators.
27 Jul 2018
The House of Representatives has said it is imperative to probe the Nigerian Maritime and Safety Agency (NIMASA) of gross corrupt practices levelled against it by Nigerians.
10 Jul 2018
Senate passes Okerenkoko Maritime University Bill.
9 Jul 2018
Senate passes Okerenkoko Maritime University Bill.
15 Jun 2018
Nigerian government on Thursday approved the Copyright Bill and the Suppression of Piracy and Maritime Offences Bill.

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