- BUHARI TO COMMISSION LAGOS-IBADAN RAILWAY NEXT MONTH
- Gowon wants Public/Private Sector Synergy for the Repositioning of Transportation
- FG sets up Diving Governing Board, names Ugwala Chief Inspector
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- Rail contractor blocks Apapa port terminal, demolishes exit gate
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President Muhammadu Buhari is set to commission the newly constructed Lagos-Ibadan rail line by January 2021. Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi, disclosed this on Thursday in Abuja during the inauguration of recently elected members of the Chartered Institute of Transport Administration (CIoTA), Nigeria .
Former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (Rtd), has called for partnership between the public and private sectors in order to come up with innovative ways of resolving the transportation challenge in the country.
The Federal Government has set up the Diving Governing Board to implement the provisions of the 2018 Diving at Work Regulations even as the appointment of Mr Julius Ugwala as Chief Inspector of Diving for the country has been announced.
… Shipowners were hit more than other Nigerians! Nigeria’s Shipping Mogul, Engr. Greg Ogbeifun, […]
As Nigeria gets set to deploy maritime security assets acquired under the Integrated National Security and Waterways Protection Infrastructure, members of the Deep Blue Project Steering Committee have visited Lagos, Warri, Benin, and Onne to inspect the assets at the various locations.
Operations at the Apapa container terminal, operated by APM Terminals, were paralysed on Wednesday as the contractor handling the rail project at the Apapa port mobilised to site, blocked the truck exit gate and began demolition of structures in the terminal.
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