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NIMASA seals 3 facilities over ISPS Code abuse

Pursuant to its mandate as the Designated Authority (DA) for the implementation of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code in Nigeria, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety ...

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27 ships carrying petroleum products, food items, underway to Lagos

NPA Usman

Contrary to speculations that petroleum products will be scare during the yuletide, indication has emerged that this will be among the smoothest end of the year in terms of petroleum ...

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Senate angry over steady power outrage at Calabar duty-free zone

More concerns have continued to grow over the intractable power crisis rocking the Calabar Free Trade Zone (CFTC), an economic zone where goods are landed, manufactured or reconfigured, in Cross ...

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Aero Contractors resumes flight operations

Aero contractors

It was pump as Aero Contractors airlines resumed its scheduled services across the country Wednesday. The Chief Executive Officer of the group, Fola Akinkuotu had explained that the suspension of ...

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Just in: Arik Air, striking workers reach truce, resumes normal flights operations

Airk Air

Relief has returned to the nation’s aviation following the cessation of hostilities few hours ago today, (Wednesday) as Arik airline has resumed flights following a deal to end the one-day ...

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Days of naira black market numbered, says Adeosun

Kemi Adeosun

Indications has emerged that time has come for operators of parallel exchange market, popularly called ‘black market’ to start thinking of changing line of business as the Central Bank of ...

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Mixed feelings as Arik workers begin indefinite strike over unpaid salaries

In what can be described as collapse of negotiations after several attempts to settle the differences, the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers, National Union of Air Transport Employees ...

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Abuja Airport runway to be closed for 6 weeks for repairs in Q1 2017—FG

Abuja airport repairs

The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator  Hadi Sirika has disclosed that  Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja runway will be closed to traffic for six weeks between February and ...

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Airtel unveils ‘TRACEPlus’, video streaming, download platform

airtel logo

Airtel Nigeria has sealed a partnership with Africa’s foremost music media brand, TRACE, to launch a first of its kind ‘free to browse’ video streaming and download platform, ‘TRACEPlus,’ offering ...

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Fears as Uber loses more than $800m in Q3 on $1.7bn net revenue

Analysts have expressed fears as Uber Technologies Inc. exited China upon its financial loss which has remained eye-popping. In the first nine months of this year, the ride-hailing company lost ...

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