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NERC And Prepaid Meter Dilemma

NERC moves to address 57% meter deficit

Nigerians anticipate the provision of new card reading meters to consumers to alleviate the problems of excessive billings under the connotation of ‘estimated billing’ among other sharp practices in the nation’s power system. The Nigerian government was compelled to implement ...

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Nigerians Can Enjoy Insurance Packages Irrespective Of Class- Ochulor

Nigerians Can Enjoy Insurance Packages Irrespective Of Class- Ochulor

By Kenneth Jukpor Ms Pauline Ochulor works in the Marine Insurance department of KBL Insurance. In this interview with MMS Plus, she bares her mind on the development of insurance business in Nigeria over the years. Pauline also explains the ...

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Amaechi’s Scorecard As Transport Minister

Why Nigerians Are Suffering- Amaechi

By Kenneth Jukpor A new presidential administration has begun and all Ministers in the old era have dropped their portfolios. For the Ministry of Transport, there’s a lot of anxiety as everyone looks to see if the fiery Minister, Hon. ...

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Kaduna Refinery Remains Idle For 12 Months- NNPC

NNPC Agrees to $2.5bn Financing with Chinese Lender for Pipeline Project

The Kaduna Refining and Petrochemical Company did not refine any crude oil from February 2018 to January this year, the latest data obtained from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation showed. The Port Harcourt Refining Company was idle from July 2018 ...

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Buhari Declines Assent To Maritime University Bill

FG bans forex for food importation

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, said that excessive proposed source of funding for the establishment of Nigeria Maritime University in Okerenkoko,  Delta State, has led to the dismissal of a bill seeking the maritime institution. The decision was conveyed to ...

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Apapa Gridlock: Presidential Task Force Unveils Strategy For Cargo Evacuation

Apapa Gridlock: Presidential Task Force Unveils Strategy For Cargo Evacuation

As part of efforts to swiftly restore of Law and Order in Apapa Ports’ Area, the Presidential Task Force  has unveiled its operational guidelines with special strategies for cargo evacuation. The guidelines were contained in a paper made available to ...

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Apapa Traffic: Sanwo Olu Orders  LASTMA To Commence Two Shifts

BULLS: 'Apapa Traffic'

Barely 24 hours after his inauguration as the new executive governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo Olu this evening visited Apapa port for  on the spot assessment of the chaotic gridlock. Even though he did not alight from his vehicle, ...

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LCCI Laments 93% Increase In National Debt Under Buhari’s Regime

LCCI partners Oxford Group to drive non-oil exports

According to the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Nigeria’s debt grew from N12.6 trillion or US$65.4 billion in 2015 to N24.3 trillion or $79.4 billion in 2018 representing 93% increase under President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration. The Director-General of ...

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FAAN MD, Airline Operators Meet To Improve Service At Airports

FAAN Speeds Up Emergency Response

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), met with the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) and the Airline Operating Committee (AOC) to find solutions to service gaps at airports across the country. The new Managing Director of FAAN, Capt Rabiu ...

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NACJ Awards Basil As Integrity Man Of The Year

NACJ Awards Basil As Integrity Man Of The Year

The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Skyway Aviation Handling Company PLC, Basil Agboarumi has been awarded the 2019 Integrity Man of the year by the Nigerian Association of Christian Journalist (NACJ)  The event organized by NACJ is the 7th Annual ...

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