NIMASA denies opening 2022/2023 scholarship forms –

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Authority (NIMASA) has refuted claims on some online platforms that the agency has introduced scholarship forms for 2022/2023 applications.

In a social media post on Tuesday, NIMASA management asked interested applicants to direct all their inquiries to 4 Burma Road, Apapa, Lagos for further clarification.
According to NIMASA, “The attention of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Authority (NIMASA) was attracted by an advertisement titled ‘NIMASA 2022/2023 Scholarship Form. Call Headquarters 09060973758 to apply” is currently posted online by a fictitious individual.

“The agency’s management disassociates itself from the program and its organizers and appeals to the public to direct further inquiries about the agency’s activities to 4 Myanmar Road, Apapa, Lagos. Please take note.”

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