Picture Gallery / Archive
Sitting from left: Capt. Khalil Jafaar; Mr. Adebisi Akinfie (3rd from left), second DG of National Maritime Authority; General Mohammed Magoro (4th from left), first chairman of NMA Board; Standing: Mr. Sanusi (2nd from left) Head of Public Relations, Nigerian Shippers Council; Capt Jonah (3rd from left) ex NNSL staff; Capt. Abdulrahman Ahiwa Gombi (4th from left) Ex NNSL staff; Mrs. Chijioke (5th from left), NMA’s Head of Legal Department.
The late Capt. Abdulrahman Ahiwa Gombi, from Adamawa State, was reputed to be the first master mariner from Northern Nigeria. He worked for the NNSL.
Chief Louis P. Ojukwu (1st from left), father of the late Biafran leader, Lieutenant Colonel Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, was the chairman of the first board of the NNSL with Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe (middle) and T. O. S. Benson (right). (Source: West Africa, No. 1937, April 10, 1954, p. 315)
A television argument for Nigerian shipping lines to lift crude oil, featuring interviews by Alhaji Iyanda Folawiyo, Alhaji Aliyu Mohammed, Capt. Francis Adegbotolu, Capt. Israel Haastrup, Capt. Cosmas Niagwan, Capt. Adamu Biu, Capt. S. O. Kadiri, Mr. Pier Luigi Carrodano, Mr. Musa Danjuma, Mr. E. A. Adeniyi, Mr. Eric Shawyer, JRC Hanman, Mr. Jon Wonham, and Capt John Philip. It contains videos of Nigerian seaports and inland waterways. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MRt-EY09ZA
A broadcast documentary detailing the 10th anniversary of the National Maritime Authority (NMA) with interviews from Capt K. O. Alaba, Capt S. A. Omoteso, Capt Emmanuel Ihenacho, Mr. Awwal Tukur of Daddo Maritime Services, Mv. Genesis Pioneer, Mv. Genesis Challenger, Mr. Wasagu of NMA, Mr. Ruma, Director of Administration, Mrs Chijioke, Head of Legal Services, Mrs. C. A. Aliyu of Hamstang Shipping Services, Engr. Charles Uwadia (Mv. Abbey Pride), Dr. Ekong, General Magoro, Engr. Buba Galadima, General I. D. Gumel, Alh. Munir Jaafaru, Bulkship Nigeria Ltd, Nigerian seaport with berthed ships, Mr. Musa Danjuma, pipelines for crude oil and refined products, etc. The NMA was succeeded by the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) in 2007 with an updated law, the Nigerian Merchant Shipping Act 2007.
A video about the activities of the National Maritime Authority (NMA) in the 21st Century with interviews of Arch Ferdinand Agu (DG NMA), Chief Ojo Maduekwe (Transport Minister), Alhaji Lawal Kaita (NMA Chairman), Alhaji Isa Yuguda (Minister of State, Transport), Dr. Kema Chikwe (Ex- Transport Minister), Capt. Edward Agbakoba (Ex- NNSL IMO Rep), Mr. Adejare Shobayo (NMA), Chief Musa Danjuma (Comet Shipping Agencies Nig Ltd), Mr. Ikemefuna Azubuike (Max Maritime Shipping Agency), Dr. Bassey Ekong (Ex- DG of NMA), Prof. Ayodeji Olukoju (University of Lagos), Capt Adamu Biu (Bwangtang Shipping Line), Mr. Gerald Chidi (Ex-NNSL MD), Capt. Emmanuel Ihenacho (Genesis Worldwide Shipping Ltd), Commander Bako (NMA), Mr. Nseyeng Ebong (Rector, Maritime Academy of Nigeria), Mr. P. L. Carrodano (Comet Shipping Agencies Nigeria Ltd), Mr. Mark Walsh (Aeromaritime Group), Mr. Olu Sapara (Bulkship Nigeria Ltd) etc, on the various statutory mandates of the NMA in the new millennium.
A National Maritime Authority (NMA) television documentary about 30 nautical and marine engineering cadets of the Maritime Academy of Nigeria Oron (MAN) processed to gain 1-year sea time experience aboard some Malaysian oceangoing ships by the NMA. Interviews and loud audios included President Olusegun Obasanjo, Architect Ferdinand Agu (DG, NMA), Chief Ojo Maduekwe (Transport Minister), Dr. Abiye Sekibo (Minister of Transport), Mr. Nseyeng Ebong (Rector of Maritime Academy of Nigeria Oron), Capt Emmanuel Ihenacho (Genesis Worldwide Shipping), Capt S. A. Omoteso (East-West Coast Marine Services), Capt. Ime Ntiandem (Ex Rector MAN), Engr Owolabi (NNSL/NMA), Capt A. Olopenia (NNSL/NMA), Mr. Ibrahim Hamdallah (MISC), some cadets.