NPA moves to eliminate systemic corruption at ports

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The leadership of the Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA, has said that it is set to step up its Standard Operating Procedure, SOP, with a view to eliminating corruption and other vices at the nation’s seaports.

Speaking at a meeting with officials of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network, MACN, Managing Director of the NPA, Mr. Mohammed Bello Koko, said that the Authority’s implementation of the SOP as stipulated in the Nigerian Port Process Manual (NPPM), a project it funded, will also enhance operational excellence and service delivery at all Nigerian seaports and terminals.

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