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Nigeria’s Maritime Forecast 2019 - 2020

For two years in a row, The Nigerian Maritime and Safety Agency has taken the lead as Maritime Sector Regulator and the Sector’s Development Promoter to provide a guide to investment in the sector for 2019 and 2020; emanating from a fact-based analysis of global trends and domestic government policies. This year’s forecast presentation themed “Harnessing the Shipping and Maritime Sector for Sustainable Growth” will...

Nigerian Maritime Forecast: Bright Future Ahead (2018 Quarter 1)

Today, the whole country appreciates the fact that we are making a difference in the Maritime space, we are not only contributing to the economic development of the country, we are not only creating employment for our people, we are giving people opportunities they will remember for a life time. – Dr. Dakuku Peterside ->Click here to Read all Pages  

Generation Next: A New Breed of Nigerian Seafarers (2017 Quarter 4)

“Our drive for regional collaboration to enhance safety and security in our terrritorial waters remain firm as we believe that African countries must cooperate to solve challenges peculiar to the continent. All maritime nations on the African continent have comparative advantage in different areas, and only collaboration will ensure that we complement each other, thus ensuring that the maritime sector contributes effectively to the growth...

Nigeria: Charting a New Course for Maritime in Africa (2017 Quarter 3)

It is a well-known fact that Africa’s seas and oceans are usually overlooked when it comes to issues of sustainable development in Africa, to the extent that Africa is considered to be sea blind; sea blind because there is low level awareness of the potential for wealth creation which abounds in the seas and oceans. Our eyes are gradually being opened to the reality that...