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3RD GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE CRFFN: A CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE

3RD GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE CRFFN: A CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE

At first the news trailing the emergence of Col.Abubakar Tsanni (Rtd) as the 3rd Governing Council Chairman of the Council for the Regulations Freight Forwarding in Nigeria(CRFFN) and Chief Henry Njoku was not received with any iota of rude shock, ...

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MAN Collaborates With Shippers’ Council As FG Revisits CTN

BULLS: Exemplary Leadership

By Kenneth Jukpor Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has expressed commitment to work with the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) as the Federal Government revives plans to implement the International Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) regime. Both institutions reached this agreement when ...

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Relief for Nigerians as Labour suspends strike

Relief for Nigerians as Labour suspends strike

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Federal Government yesterday succeeded in averting what could have been a complete lockdown of the economy over the disagreement on minimum wage for workers. The protracted negotiation between the government and the workers’ ...

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South West governors seek FG’s help on Apapa port gridlock

South West governors seek FG’s help on Apapa port gridlock

• Buhari restates commitment to transport, power infrastructure The Southwest Governors’ Forum has expressed concern on economic and security challenges posed by gridlock in the Apapa port and urged the Federal Government to create alternative routes.The forum said the planned ...

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Dockworkers action to shut 34 vessels out of Lagos ports

Dockworkers action to shut 34 vessels out of Lagos ports

About 34 vessels expected at seaports across the country, particularly in Lagos, may be impeded by dockworkers’ strike.This was contained in the Shipping Position issued yesterday by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA). It revealed that many of the vessels are ...

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