MACN Visits Key Stakeholders in Nigeria to Deepen Collaborations

This week, the MACN Secretariat and our local partner, CBi, paid courtesy visits to some of our key stakeholders in the project to foster collaboration with the new government in line with the Renewed Hope Agenda and Ease of Doing Business Policy in Nigeria.

Discussions with the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) and the Technical Unit on Governance and Anti-Corruption Reform (TUGAR), with whom we have long-standing partnerships, allowed MACN to explore further synergies in the work ahead. The Nigerian Immigration Service and the Nigerian Customs Service highlight commitments to prior reforms and emphasize the need for higher integrity standards.  These interactions underscore MACN’s dedication to fostering ethical practices and collaboration within Nigeria’s maritime sector, aligning with governmental priorities.