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CILT Nigeria President Gets Second Term, Pledges Attainment Of CILT Bill

CILT Calls For Regulation Of Trucking In Nigeria

By Kenneth Jukpor After emerging the President of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Nigeria unopposed for a second term, Alhaji Jibril Ibrahim singled-out the passage of the CILT Nigeria Bill as his prime aspiration for the body. ...

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SON Begins Fight Against Fabricators Of Sub-standard Gas Cylinders

NASS Maintains Resolve To Pass PIGB In 8th Assembly

…DPR, NNPC, Others Form JWC To Sensitize Nigerians On Standards By Kenneth Jukpor Aggrieved by the influx of substandard Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders by unlicensed gas fabricators, the Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON) has resolved to kick against such ...

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African Leaders Must Prioritize AfCTA To Grow Pan-African Trade

African Leaders Must Prioritize AfCTA To Grow Pan-African Trade

By Kenneth Jukpor When African amazons in the maritime and port sector gathered to mark the 2nd Continental Conference/ Annual General Meeting (AGM) of African Women in Maritime (WIMAFRICA), the onus of promoting intra-African trade was put squarely on the African ...

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Lagos Tank Farm Clusters: DPR Admits Inefficiency In Licensing

Lagos Tank Farm Clusters: DPR Admits Inefficiency In Licensing

By Kenneth Jukpor The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has admitted its inefficiency in procedures for licensing tank farm facilities in Lagos State, a problem which has led to the multiplicity of tank farms in business and residential areas like; ...

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FEC approves leather policy to enhance indigenous technology

FEC approves leather policy to enhance indigenous technology

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved a national leather policy for the country. Minister of Science and Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu, who disclosed this after the Council’s meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, said ...

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FG begins new TSA tariff regime today

FG begins new TSA tariff regime today

Effective today, November 1, the Federal Government will begin a new service charge through the Treasury Single Account (TSA) on all payments to its ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs). The charges would be borne by the payer. Office of the ...

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