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NIWA Appoints 10 New Area Managers

Why We Have Waterways Accidents – Mamora

By Kenneth Jukpor   As part of efforts to guarantee better service delivery, optimum performance and efficiency, the Managing Director of National Inland Waterway Authority (NIWA), Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora has rejigged the personnel of the Authority’s Area Offices nationwide.   ...

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Customs Lament Exaggerated Effects Of Strkeforce Presence At Ports

199 Officers Trained At Customs College In 2 Years

By Kenneth Jukpor Following the numerous complaints on the perceived bottleneck to be instituted by the deployment of Customs Strikeforce at the ports, the National Public Relations Officer of Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) Mr. Joseph Attah has lamented the exaggerated ...

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CBN, Unity Bank partner on cotton seed

CBN, Unity Bank partner on cotton seed

In line with the commitment to grow the Nigerian economy through the revival of Agriculture as the major economic catalyst, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), in partnership with Unity Bank, and the National Cotton Association of Nigeria (NACOTAN), has flagged off the ...

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Nigerian Breweries targets improved earnings despite N25.8 billion duty

Nigerian Breweries targets improved earnings despite N25.8 billion duty

Nigerian Breweries Plc is confident of a positive financial year despite the challenging operating environment for manufacturing in the country. Indeed, the brewing firm observed that the operating environment in the first quarter (Q1) 2019, remained challenging and similar to ...

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Hurdles to local participation in maritime sector

Hurdles to local participation in maritime sector

Sequel to a projected growth 10 per cent in the nation’s maritime industry over the next two years, expectations are that local participation in shipping will also hit tremendous landmark, going by the recent policies of the Federal Government. Some ...

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APM Terminals Apapa achieves four-year safety record

APM Terminals Apapa achieves four-year safety record

APM Terminals Apapa has attributed the record of zero fatality in its operation in more than four years to strict adherence to standards. The firm, at the commemoration of the 2019 Global Safety Day with the theme, ‘Safety Differently – ...

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NAMA Urges Unions, Associations To Sustain Unity

NAMA Urges Unions, Associations To Sustain Unity  

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has urged industrial unions and professional associations to sustain the prevailing industrial harmony in the nation’s aviation sector. It said that industrial harmony could only be sustained through peaceful and meaningful engagement with management. ...

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Over 7, 000 Delayed Flights Recorded Amongst Nigerian Airline In Q1 2019

Over 7, 000 Delayed Flights Recorded Amongst Nigerian Airline In Q1 2019

Domestic airlines operating in Nigeria recorded 7,926 cases of delayed flights between January and March 2019.  The Consumer Protection Department of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) made this known in a statement Lagos on Tuesday. The document showed that ...

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