Chairman of Council and President CIOTA, Dr Bashir Jamoh and the National Secretary, Honorable Chinda Evans Ogbuji, jointly signed a resolution at an emergency meeting of NEC noting that this decision was taken in line with the provisions of paragraph 6, sub paragraph3 of the first schedule of the Establishment Act of CIOTA signed into law in 2019 by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Browsing: Dr Bashir Jamoh
MV Vigeo Adebola had a port list on 10th February, 2022 due to the fact that it received potable fresh water from a barge and it received all in the port fresh water tank.
Dr. Jamoh who reiterated this in Lagos during an interactive session with media stakeholders over the weekend noted the steady progress in terms of maritime security safety and growing capacity for the industry.
Jamoh stated this while receiving in audience the Deputy Head of International Maritime Security Operations Team, IMSOT, Jim Hamilton who led a team on a working visit to assess the level of compliance of some Ports facilities in the country with the ISPS Code.
Dr. Jamoh who disclosed this during a media interactive session in Lagos, noted that despite the challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Agency ensured improved Port and Flag State Administration in accordance with the safety requirements of the Merchant Shipping Act 2007.
The Director General of the Agency Dr. Bashir Jamoh said that the automation is aimed at further reducing human interaction, improve efficiency and block revenue leakages.
The Director General of NIMASA, Dr. Bashir Jamoh, gave out his daughter, Hadiza, to Abba Kabir Dankaura at a wedding Fatiha in Kaduna
Director General of NIMASA, Dr. Bashir Jamoh who enlisted the additional support recently at a meeting with the Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Mahmood Abubakar, described IUU as threats to source of livelihood of legitimate fishing investors also decried exposure of the marine environment to avoidable pollution through such unlawful activities.
Jamoh made the pledge at a meeting with Baba in Abuja in furtherance of the push by Nigeria for a safer maritime clime
The meeting, which held in Abuja, had as top agenda the incident, which took place in international waters 25 to 30 nautical miles south of the Nigerian territorial boundaries.
The MoU which provides a framework for NIMASA and the Korean Coast Guard is to develop, Coordinate and Monitor the implementation of Maritime Security and Safety between both organisations.
Dr. Jamoh said while inaugurating the forum at the NIMASA headquarters in Lagos that communication between management and staff was key in efforts to move the maritime industry forward.
The NIMASA Director General, who was represented by the Head of Marine Accident Investigation Unit, Captain Abayomi Coker, stated that the Agency was committed to the search for a lasting solution to the loss of lives and property in the country’s maritime domain.
A communique calling for the transformation of Yaoundé Code of Conduct (YCC) into a binding convention for better coordination and optimal benefit to the member countries, was issued at the end of the meeting organised in partnership with NIMASA and the Inter-Regional Coordination Centre (ICC).
This is contained in a statement on Monday in Lagos, signed by Edward Osagie, Assistant Director, Public Relations, NIMASA.
During the ceremony organised by the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) in Lagos, Amaechi urged the 200 NSDP-3 cadets to be of good behaviour and represent Nigeria well while commending the resilience of NIMASA in ensuring the success and expansion of the programme since its commencement in 2009.
Jamoh, who sought and got an exclusive audience with the IMO Secretary-General, Kitack Lim, explained Nigeria’s preparedness to be elected alongside 39 other member countries of the organization into its main decision-making organ.
Jamoh made the reinstatement move at the third seminar of the Atlantic Center in Lisbon, Portugal on Tuesday.
Nigeria reported four incidents in the first nine months of 2021, in comparison to 17 in 2020 and 41 in 2018. This represents 77 per cent decrease in incidents between 2021 and 2020, and 95 per cent reduction from 2018.
Auditors from IMO had in 2016 conducted a mandatory audit of Nigeria’s maritime industry to, among other things, ascertain compliance level with IMO’s maritime security and efficiency protocols on the country’s waters.