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Nigeria, Africa, riskiest skies to fly in due to old aircrafts– AfDB

Adesina 33

A shocking revelation has emerged from the African Development Bank (AfDB), showing that Nigeria and several African skies are full of too many old and inefficient airplanes. The bank further ...

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‘Build Truck Transit Parks around Mowe-Shagamu axis to save Lagos’

Tankers on bridges

To avoid the emerging shutdown of Lagos by the excesses of petroleum tankers, trailers and other forms of articulated vehicular invasion of major highways and flyovers in Lagos mainland, transport ...

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NPA meets PH, Onne ports stakeholders, chats new future for progress

NPA Usman

Management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), in continuation of its ongoing interaction with the Ports Communities, has held stakeholders forum for Onne and Port Harcourt ports business operators. The ...

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Funding still hobbling South African Airways even after $709m bailout

South African Airways (SAA)

The imports of serial political crisis hitting South Africa seem to have spread to the national carrier as despite a government injection of 10 billion rand ($709 million), the struggling ...

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Ease of doing business worst in shipping industry—Shippers’ group

Amaechi

…Rejects moving cargoes to Ogun State truck park Contrary to claims by all most all maritime agency of the government that they are providing ease of doing business at ports, ...

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Nigeria, Ghana gradually becoming stimulant drugs heaven for youths

Customs NAFDAC drugs

India, China and other Asian economies are quietly becoming a source of concern for populous nations of Africa including Nigeria and Ghana following the surging inflow of seductive and cracking ...

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More questions trail poor results of massive investments in railway

Since the recent rail accident near Agege area of Lagos State where about nine passengers hanging atop the roof of the rail cabin were knocked down and killed, Nigerians are ...

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Forced merger’ll boost operations of Nigerian airlines—Experts

MMIA, Lagos

Current realities in global aviation industry and Nigerian experiences in recent past have called for mergers and acquisitions that will raise the fleet in airlines and shrink number of operators. ...

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Tincan Customs Command hands over falsely declared drugs to NAFDAC

Customs Tincan Yusuf-Bashar

The  Customs Area Controller of Tincan Island Port Command in Lagos, Comptroller Yusuf Bashar has officially handed over a 40ft container with number MRKU 519445/3 containing cartons of Spectradol (Tramadol) ...

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Nigeria’s aviation infrastructure deficit hits $30 billion—IATA

Amaechi Seriika

Whereas the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has revealed that Nigeria’s aviation infrastructure deficit is about $30 billion, drop in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the Nigerian aviation industry in ...

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