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CRFFN: A Burden Of Leadership In Africa

CRFFN: A Burden Of Leadership In Africa

Leaders must cultivate an organizational culture that embraces flexibility, adaptability and rigorous scenario planning. ——-Greek Philosopher, Aristotle on Leadership and Modern Management Leadership in Africa laterally, means opportunity to abuse a collective trust; appropriate collective wealth for personal gains; redefining ...

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How I Managed Fears, Disadvantage To Advantage To Break Barriers  – Hadiza

How I Managed Fears, Disadvantage To Advantage To Break Barriers  – Hadiza

  Woman!  To be a complete woman is not an easy task. But who, indeed, is a complete woman? Hadiza Bala-Usman has the answer,I guess and has graciously availed us. Well, what resonates in every working woman’s mind,especially mothers, is ...

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BEARS: Police Excesses

BEARS: Police Excesses

Several women’s rights groups and civil society organizations protested in Abuja on Friday, demanding an end to police impunity, after officers were accused of carrying out a string of sexual assaults. Dozens of women were dragged out of nightclubs, hotels ...

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BULLS: ‘Mr. Integrity’

BULLS: 'Mr. Integrity'

There is a man worthy of commendation who has been duly nicknamed “Mr. Integrity” by his peers. He is the President of the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) Multipurpose Staff Cooperative Society, Alhaji Bashir Ambi Mohammed. Bashir has displayed high level ...

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How To Report Corrupt Practices At Nigerian Ports – Vongtau

Gulf of Guinea Piracy: A Reality Or Farce?

By Kenneth Jukpor Mr. Samuel Vongtau is the Chairman of the Anti-Corruption and Transparency Monitoring Unit (ACTU) at Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC). He is also the Director, Legal Services at the Council. After a sensitization walk in Apapa, organized by ...

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Truckers Identify 53 Truck Parks To Decentralize NPA Call-Up

Truckers Identify 53 Truck Parks To Decentralize NPA Call-Up

By Kenneth Jukpor Despite the claims by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) to singlehanded own and operate a centralized truck call-up system, trucking groups in Lagos have urged the Authority to register other parks having identified 53 other truck parks. ...

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FG, Group Sign MOU On Aviation Safety

FG, Group Sign MOU On Aviation Safety

The  Federal Government has signed a hosting agreement with  Banjul Accord Group Aviation Safety Oversight Organisation (BAGASOO) to enhance aviation safety among  member states. Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama in Abuja signed the agreement on behalf of the federal government ...

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DPR, FAAN Enter Partnership On Aviation Fuel Quality Control

DPR to sanction operators for non-compliance to production data

The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has said it is collaborating with the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) to address the gaps in the supply chain of Aviation Turbine Kerosine, also known as aviation fuel. DPR said the agencies, ...

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Udoma Inaugurates NBS Board, Warns Against Interference

Udoma Inaugurates NBS Board, Warns Against Interference

The Federal Government on Thursday inaugurated the governing board of the National Bureau of Statistics. The inauguration was done by the Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udo Udoma. Udoma told the board members that they should see their ...

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Flour industry generates 10 million jobs annually – Olam

Flour industry generates 10 million jobs annually – Olam

The flour mill industry in Nigeria generates about 10 million jobs annually and has the potential to further diversify the country’s economy, the Managing Director, Olam Grains, owners of Crown Flour Mills Limited, Anurag Shukla, has said. Speaking on the ...

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