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Half Year Report: Apapa Customs Generates N203 Billion

Half Year Report: Apapa Customs Generates N203 Billion

By Kenneth Jukpor Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Apapa Command has generated a total of two hundred and three billion, two hundred and sixty-four million, fifty-four thousand, six hundred and eighty- two naira, sixty-nine kobo (N203,264,054,682.69) in the first half of ...

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Jaunty Julia

Jaunty Julia

  Julia Oku-Jaks is the Chief Executive of TreeWater Retreats Limited, a personal discovery, leadership and learning organization. From lecturing in the English & Literary Studies department of the University of Calabar, Julia made a career shift to branding and ...

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Airtel listing pushes market capitalisation by N1.34 trillion

Airtel listing pushes market capitalisation by N1.34 trillion

Despite price losses that outweighed gains, transactions in the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), sustained rising profile as market capitalisation rose by N1.34 trillion. The increase in NSE’s market capitalisation is attributable to Airtel Africa’s cross-border secondary ...

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Pirates attack on Nigerian waters drop further

Pirates attack on Nigerian waters drop further

Nigerian waters are gradually becoming safer for vessels, as latest report by the International Maritime Bureau’s (IMB), reveals a downward trend in the spate of pirate attacks on the nation’s waters. This is coming few weeks after President Muhammadu Buhari ...

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Troubled Calabar port and survival strategies for terminal operators

Troubled Calabar port and survival strategies for terminal operators

In the last couple of years, the Calabar Port Complex has been inundated with several challenges that have withered its fortunes, thus causing pains for terminal operators and importers. Major obstacles to fully harness the full potential of the trade ...

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N30b seized vehicles waste away in customs custody

N30b seized vehicles waste away in customs custody

Thousands of seized vehicles estimated to cost about N30 billion are currently wasting away at various warehouses of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) nationwide as bidders prospect for opportunity to buy them on the e-auction platform. Media source learnt that ...

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