This series of round tables was born out of the recommendations made in a Ports User Survey Report commissioned by the Convention on Business Integrity (CBI) following a customer survey done in December 2018.
One of the recommendations proposed in the report is the need for experience sharing sessions among Nigerian ports/terminals, customers/users, oﬃcials/oﬃcers, management, government and their West African/European counterparts, in order to enable the Nigerian groups to learn how to build and deploy integrity, anti-corruption governance strategies and build a positive business environment going forward.
Thus, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN), represented in Nigeria by the Convention on Business Integrity (CBI), began the roundtable sessions with the goal of facilitating the experience sharing among all stakeholders of Nigeria’s ports.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global business network working towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption, enabling fair trade to the benefit of society at large. In collaboration with CBI, MACN broadened its collective action in the fight against corruption under the Business Action Against Corruption (BAAC) mandate.
To share the lessons learned from successful interventions in the maritime sector, MACN, represented in Nigeria by the CBi will host a Stakeholder’s Roundtable
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”