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At Last, Amaechi Orders Payment of Maritime Workers Union

At Last, Amaechi Orders Payment of Maritime Workers Union

Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Ameachi has ordered the payment of severance benefits to members of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) who were disengaged from the port in 2005.  The affected workers were the…

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60% of Dockworkers at Nigerian Ports Terminals Prone to Cancer—–Adeyanju

60% of Dockworkers at Nigerian Ports Terminals Prone to Cancer—–Adeyanju

The President General of Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) Comrade Adewale Adeyanju in an exclusive interview with DAILY TREND NEWS in Lagos last week said that 60% of dockworkers working in hazardous environments at…

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21 Vessels Stranded At Onne Port As NPA Suspends Operations

21 Vessels Stranded At Onne Port As NPA Suspends Operations

There is apprehension at the Federal Ocean Terminal (FOT) in Onne Port as 21 support boats belonging to International Oil Companies (IOC) are now stranded at berth following the suspension of activities of the IOC…

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Terminal Operators, Clearing Agents to Battle Demurrage Waivers As Maritime Workers Call Off Port Strike

Terminal Operators, Clearing Agents to Battle Demurrage Waivers As Maritime Workers Call Off Port Strike

Even though the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) yesterday called off its 3-day strike action at the ports, there is anxiety at the ports as to who bears the brunt of demurrages on rent…

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Nigeria’s Economy Bleeds As MWUN Strike Enters Day 2

Nigeria’s Economy Bleeds As MWUN Strike Enters Day 2

The strike action embarked upon by the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has entered the second day on Thursday as Nigerian ports remained shut down. Impeccable sources at the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) told…

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Nigerians Lampoon MWUN Over Shutdown of Nation’s Ports

Nigerians Lampoon MWUN Over Shutdown of Nation’s Ports

Nigerians on social media have condemned the strike action embarked upon by the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) on Wednesday which paralysed commercial activities at seaports nationwide. DAILY TREND visit to the Apapa Port…

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Maritime Workers Finger Terminal Operators, Shipping Companies As Architects of Apapa Traffic

Maritime Workers Finger Terminal Operators, Shipping Companies As Architects of Apapa Traffic

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN), has alleged that terminal operators and shipping companies operating at the nation’s seaports were responsible for ever present traffic gridlock on port access roads. This is even as…

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Gender Equality in Shipping: Nigeria is 30yrs Behind Ghana—-Master Mariners

Gender Equality in Shipping: Nigeria is 30yrs Behind Ghana—-Master Mariners

President of Nigerian Association of Master Mariners, Capt Tajudeen Alao

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