Daily Archives: September 9, 2019

Olacious Olajumoke

Olacious Olajumoke

Olajumoke Adenowo is an award-winning African architect, entrepreneur and philanthropist. She is also a public speaker, radio host and author. Jumoke is the founder of the boutique architecture and interior design firm AD Consulting, based in Lagos, Nigeria. CNN described ...

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Xenophobic Attacks: AirPeace Benevolent Intervention

Xenophobic Attacks: AirPeace Benevolent Intervention

Following the xenophobic attacks in South Africa in recent times, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced, last week that Air Peace Airline volunteered to send an aircraft to South Africa to evacuate Nigerians who wish to return to the country, ...

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BULLS: SIFAX Blind CSR

BULLS: SIFAX Blind CSR

SIFAX Group, a group of companies with investment in Maritime, Aviation, Oil & Gas, Haulage & Logistics, Financial Services and Hospitality, may have most of its companies in Lagos but it has continued to expand its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) ...

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How To Choose The Aircraft To Suits The Environment

How To Choose The Aircraft To Suits The Environment

Owning an aircraft is an exciting, liberating and joyful experience. It takes the stress out of travel and can be a valuable business tool giving you the flexibility and reaction time to compete in today’s fast paced business environment. The ...

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State Govts’-Owned Airlines Are Wastages Of Our Commonwealth- Porbeni

State Govts’-Owned Airlines Are Wastages Of Our Commonwealth- Porbeni

By Okuneye Moyosola Captain Prekeme Ogbobou Porbeni is a former Director of Operations (Ground), and former Director of Marketing, Nigeria Airways.  He is currently a civil aviation consultant and Principal Manager, Aviation, Presidential Amnesty Programme for the Niger Delta. In ...

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BEARS: War Against Waste

BEARS: War Against Waste

Indonesia has sent hundreds of garbage-filled shipping containers back to their countries of origin, according to the customs agency, as the Southeast Asian nation pushes back against becoming a dumping ground for foreign trash. About 250 containers seized across the ...

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AIB Begins Investigation On Max Air Incident, Solicits Public Support

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has commenced investigation on incident involving Boeing 747-400 of Max Air limited. The Bureau made the disclosure in a press statement at  the weekend. According to the statement, the aircraft took off King Abdul Aziz ...

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