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Coscharis Special Easter Package for Jaguar Customers in Nigeria ends today

Cos Plant lekki

The Easter offer to customers who are ready to buy any Jaguar variant will end today, April 2, 2018. Jaguar is represented by Coscharis Motors representing Jaguar in Nigeria, said the opportunity to enjoy an all expense paid trip to South Africa for The Jaguar Simola Hill climb is part customer relationship introduced by Coscharis. Scheduled for 3-6 May 2018, ...

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Transaction advisers for national carrier, others to be unveiled today, Thursday

Amaechi Seriika

After more than three years of news breaking by the Minister of Transportation Hon Rotimi Amaechi  and Minister of State for Aviation, Capt. Hadi Sirika that government will refloat a national aviation carrier, aside any unforeseen circumstance, government will today, Thursday make public, the  transaction adviser. The advisers for aviation related enterprises will be made public by the Minister of ...

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Road closures, diversions ahead of presidential visit deepen traffic chaos in Lagos

Buhari in office

Traffic crisis in Lagos on Wednesday went berserk following several road closures and diversions ahead of ensuring smooth movement of the Presidential entourage as President Muhammdu Buhari begins a two-state visit today. President Buhari would be in Lagos on a two-day official visit on Thursday, March 29 and Friday, March 30. Checks by Business Hilights correspondents around major parts of ...

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Patronise ports in the Eastern flank of the county to decongest Lagos ports

NPA Hadiza BU

The managing director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala-Usman has appealed to importers and exporters to patronise ports in the Eastern flank of the county to decongest Lagos ports. Hadiza Bala-Usman, made the appeal at the NPA Special Day at the 29th Enugu International Trade Fair in Enugu on Saturday, saying that patronising the Eastern ports would reduce trucks ...

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Pace of work at Anambra Airport worrisome as Adamawa plans airport in Mubi

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More than six months after the government of Anambra State sealed an International Cargo Airport Development at Umuleri with a Chinese group; progress of construction activities is becoming worrisome to not only host community, but many Anambra citizens. Besides, the Governor of Adamawa State, Mohammed Bindow has said his administration has commenced plans to build an airport in Mubi area ...

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FG okays FAAN officers to carry arms as Ghana airports get biometric e-Gates

Ghana Aviation

Nigeria and Ghana have stepped up security and safety architectures at their airports as part of measures to check attacks and sinister incidents. Just as the Federal Government has authorised the use of arms by the civilian aviation security personnel employed by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the Minister of Communications, has inaugurated seven biometric ...

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NPA opens discussions with NLNG on restrictions along Bonny Channel


Following an appeal in November last year by shipping companies and stakeholders to the Managing Director of Nigerian Port Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman to intervene in the alleged blocking of channel by the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG), the agency has opened discussions with NLNG on the dualisation of Bonny Channel. Business Hilights recalls that iIn a petition dated ...

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Nobody’ll query return of toll gates on federal roads if they are in shape—Nigerians

LCC toll Lekki

Barely one month ago, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola dropped a shocker for Nigerians, saying federal government has concluded plans to reintroduce payment of toll gates across 38 federal highways in the country. Though the policy is yet to takeoff, a cross-session of Nigerians who spoke to Business Hilights Bureau chiefs across the six geo-political ...

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Shift paperless port target from money making to trade facilitation, CILT tells Ghana

Ghana Akufo-Addo

Following the observation of the fact that six months into the regime of paperless port system in Ghana, emphasis has erroneously gone to revenue generation than trade facilitation which formed the key reason for the idea, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has urged government to return to the original plan of the policy. Business Hilights recalls that ...

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Revealed: Russia would have signed aviation deal with Nigeria but turned to Egypt

Russia Egypt r

Indications have emerged pointing out that the recent Aviation development deal sealed by Russia federation with Egypt would have been a Nigerian deal, but for certain issues bordering on Nigeria’s aviation industry. Some of the factors that failed Russia’s test on Nigerian aviation industry include lack of a functional national carrier and deep pocket airlines. Egypt Air remains one of ...

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