Federal Govt Set To Look Into Infrastructural Challenge In Maritime Sector

Federal Govt Set To Look Into Infrastructural Challenge In Maritime Sector

Emmanuel Jime, the executive secretary of Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) on Saturday said the federal government would look into the infrastructural challenge in the maritime sector. Information Guide Nigeria

Conversing with members of the north-central zone shippers’ council, Abuja, the NSC boss said the organisation would partner with the needed members to look into some of the challenges of shippers in the nation.

Jime further promised to make sure the reopening of the shippers’ offices in Makurdi and Minna for efficient workflow in the north-central zone. Jamb results

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Also, the national vice president, Niger State Shippers’ Association Of Nigeria, Alhaji Jamilu Goma, said: “We recognise Nigerian Shippers’ Council as a strong force in our bid to ensure the sustainability of the economic development of the nation with great emphasis on Niger State, to bring shipping services to the doorsteps of shippers across the nation and provide the impetus to revive and modernise the railway as a primary mode for long-distance haulage.” LEADERSHIP reports.

He further pleaded with the organisation to help in reopening the shippers’ council office in Minna, Niger State, and facilitate the operation of Baro Port in Niger State.

“The council should facilitate the establishment of inland container depots (ICDs) / container freight stations (CFSs) in Niger State,” he said.

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