By Adekunle Segun   The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has held the bull by the horns by taking the

By Adekunle Segun   The USS Hershel “Woody” Williams arrived in Lagos Nigeria on August 7 2021 to further train and 

By Adekunle Segun   The Maritime Organisation of West and Central Africa (MOWCA) is a sub regional coastal body in West and

By Adekunle Segun   A flag of convenience ship or vessel (FOC) is the vessel that flies a flag of other countries other than the

By Adekunle Segun   While shipping remains the mitochondron of world trade and various tonnes of cargo and lightweight are being

By Adekunle Segun   It has been statistically proven that maritime and shipping cover 90 per cent of world trade in tangible

By Adekunle Segun   Sir Walter Raleigh once stated: “Whosoever commands the sea commands the trade, and whosoever commands the

By Adekunle Segun   Liquefied Natural Gas, popularly known as LNG, is a gaseous form of fuel used for various purposes, including

By Adekunle Segun   Tuesday the 23rd of March 2021 will forever be remembered in the books of maritime history as the day the