Speaking on the link between the economy and waterways, Hassan Bello, Executive Secretary and CEO of Nigerian Shippers’ Council (N.S.C) says incidences of armed robbery and piracy on the waterways impacts transportation costs, which also has negative repercussions on the economy. On the sidelines of the Global Maritime Security Conference (GMSC) in Abuja, CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole caught up with Hassan Bello.
Dirk Siebels | University of Greenwich Piracy off the African coastline has been a headline grabbing phenomenon for more than a decade. For a few years though, Somali pirates appeared to have a quiet...
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