Daily Archives: September 1, 2019

Deals Gone Bad In CRFFN: N100million Budget Padding Shakes CRFFN, As House Committee Members Trade Blames

Deals Gone Bad In CRFFN: N100million Budget Padding Shakes CRFFN, As House Committee Members Trade Blames

  ·  Registrar says, ‘It was a mistake’ ·  Nwabunike denies complicity ·  Transport Ministry clears self The Federal Ministry of Transportation (FMOT) has responded to the investigation by the League of Maritime Editors and Publishers (LOMEP) into the wanton financial irregularities in the  Council ...

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AfCFTA: Problems and Prospects of Nigerian Ports

AfCFTA: Problems and Prospects of Nigerian Ports

By Kenneth Jukpor Seaports are critical infrastructure which enable nations attract increased maritime trade and generally improve global trade and businesses. As a result revenue from custom duties and taxes are realized, while the connectivity of ports ensures timely delivery ...

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How African Shippers Can Resist  High Shipping Charges, Surcharges – Hookham, GSF Scribe

How African Shippers Can Resist  High Shipping Charges, Surcharges - Hookham, GSF Scribe

Shippers in West and Central African countries have been over-burdened over the decades by unfair surcharges and  high  local shipping charges imposed by international shipping lines, who believe they have got the monopoly of shipping with their merchant bottoms. This ...

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BULLS: Sustainable  Dr. Aminat

Sustainability as a strategy for sustainable living and business success is lacking in the maritime industry in concept and perspective.  A lot of wastages still exist, while the people and the environment suffer. This is captured in the United Nations’ ...

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How Airlines Manage Effects Of Climate Change

Harnessing Tourism In Nigeria Via Air Transport

About 15,000 aircraft service nearly 10,000 airports and operate over routes approximately 15 million km in total length. More the 2.2 billion passengers flew on the world’s airlines for vacation and business travel, and well in excess of a third ...

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MAN To Explore AfCFTA Opportunities At 47th AGM This Week

As the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) holds its 47th Annual General Meeting this week, the main subject for discourse will be the opportunities as well as the threats in the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA). The event which ...

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16,426 Flights Delays Occur In Six Months- NCAA

16,426 Flights Delays Occur In Six Months- NCAA

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), this week hinted that a total of 16,426 flights were delayed in the first half of 2019, out the 30,043 flights executed by the airlines. The figures, released by the Consumer Protection Department of ...

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FG Takes Delivery Of $8.5m Calibration Aircraft

New calibration aircraft to save Nigeria N305 million yearly

The Federal Government has taken delivery of a calibration aircraft worth $8.5m that will serve in the calibration of navigational aids across Nigerian airports. The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, who made the disclosure last week, on his twitter handle, ...

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