As FG moves to battle corruption at ports

Nigerian ports

Eromosele Abiodun writes on the need for the Nigerian Shippers Council and Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency to implement the promised joint measures to minimise delay and corrupt practices at the nation’s ports.

Recently, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) launched a collective action aimed at improving container tracking information technology (IT) systems, promoting an e-governance system for cashless export licences; integrating whistle blowing into existing procedures; establishing a stakeholder forum for discussion; and raising awareness about laws and regulations in the maritime sector.

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