Dakuku targets Regional Maritime Security, to guarantee stable merchandise valuing in Nigeria

Dr . Dakuku Peterside

The Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Adol Peterside featured at the end of the week that while the organization would keep on taking the lead on issues of maritime wellbeing in the whole West and Central African sub-area, partners should likewise welcome the way that security in the Nigerian Maritime space remains a collaboration requesting the full responsibility of all administrators, if ideal wellbeing of all interests in the segment must be guaranteed.

Dakuku showed this, in Lagos taking note of that wellbeing and security in the Gulf of Guinea directly affects the Nigerian economy.

The NIMASA DG watched that there were a considerable measure of elements that added to the cost of items coming into the nation through the oceans, which makes it critical to handle weakness in the conduits.

“We should guarantee the security of the Gulf of Guinea since Nigeria isn’t detached from whatever happens  in the locale which may prompt negative financial effect, or increment in the cost of protection or war premium protection and eventually prompt high cost of merchandise and enterprises which will be borne by the customer of the products and ventures”, expressed Dr. Peterside, noticing that 65% of load going to the locale winds up in Nigeria.

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