Pix1: Dr. Dakuku Peterside DG Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) sharing a thought with Mrs. Margaret Orakwusi.
Pix2: r-l: Dr. Bashir Jamoh, President Chartered Institute of Transport Administration (CIOTA), Barr. Temisan Omatseye former DG NIMASA.
The President General of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria Mr. Adewale Adeyanju has called on tally clerks and onboard security men to exercise caution in the demand for their remuneration and pensions from the Nigeria Ports Authority.
Mr. Adeyanju made this known at a sensitization meeting with Union members where he admonished members to desist from every act of violence, misdemeanor and ignorance that may mar their chances of accessing the outstanding payments.
In his words, “I think the payment of tally clerks and onboard security men anytime from now will be made available to everybody.
“The directive has come, the approval has come from the office of the Ministry of Transportation duly signed by the Permanent Secretary on behalf of the Minister of Transport onward to the Nigeria Ports Authority for payment.
“Hence NPA has to see how she can manage to pay this money,” he confirmed.
The President General assured that as soon as the final approval is settled, the …
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The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has forwarded six International Maritime Organization (IMO) instruments on marine environment management to the presidency for ratification.
This is in a renewed bid to invigorate the protection and preservation of marine and ocean ecosystem, responsible for the conservation, exploration and exploitation of Nigeria's biodiversity.
The Director General of NIMASA, Dr. Dakuku Peterside who disclosed this during the African Day of Seas and Oceans in Lagos said the marine ecosystem has huge present and future economic potentials that must be properly managed for its full benefits through conscious efforts and deliberate policies.
He added that NIMASA would continue to take steps to identify with the global maritime community adoption of newer measures designed to achieve sustainable marine economic growth.