The Convention on Business Integrity, CBi, called on operators and stakeholders at the Eastern ports and terminal axis, to engage the Port Service Support Portal, PSSP, domiciled in the Nigeria Shippers Council but designed to drive efficiency and accountability in the sector.
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CBi in collaboration with Action Aid Nigeria & LCCI invites you to the unveiling of a unique solution for MSMEs to meet internal controls and anti-bribery, anti-corruption standards (ABAC).
The MACN through CBi held its 3rd roundtable session in Port Harcourt, to enlighten Maritime stakeholders on SOPs for Nigeria’s Sea Ports & Terminals.
The second in a series of round table sessions on service delivery in Nigerian ports took place on the 22nd of October in Abuja and was hosted by CBI
he Maritime Anti-Corruption Network, represented in Nigeria by CBI, hosted a round table session themed, “Towards Standard Operating Procedures That Work in Nigeria’s Sea Ports & Terminals”
Seaports are very important structures in the development of the economy of any nation because they are gateways for imports and exports.