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ANLCA Urges FG To Dredge Calabar, Warri Ports

ANLCA

Laments colossal losses to prolonged land border closure By Kenneth Jukpor Following reports that the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) would route cargoes to Eastern ports in order to decongest Lagos ports, the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has ...

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Neighbouring countries, cabals sabotaging Nigeria’s cashew export

Neighbouring countries, cabals sabotaging Nigeria’s cashew export

Association of Cashew Farmers, Aggregators and Processors of Nigeria (ACFAP), have alleged that neighbouring countries have been sabotaging Federal Government’s efforts and taking credit for cashew produced in the country. They alleged that countries like Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire claims ...

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Flight delays, cancellations unavoidable, says NCAA

Flight delays, cancellations unavoidable, says NCAA

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), yesterday, told the travelling public to bear with the airlines, as multiple flight delays and cancellations were unavoidable. The submission is a departure from the penchant to blame the airlines for poor customer services ...

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NNPC, U.S. seal $1.1 million pact for 1,350MW Abuja power plant

NNPC, U.S. seal $1.1 million pact for 1,350MW Abuja power plant

A $1.1 million pact, expected to generate 1,350 megawatts (MW) Independent Power Plant was yesterday, in Abuja, signed between the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), and the United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA). Expected to be constructed by General Electric and CMEC ...

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Coronavirus to slow production of phones, chips

Coronavirus to slow production of phones, chips

With the rampaging coronavirus outbreak in China spreading very fast and taking a toll across several sectors of the economy, the technology industry is said not to be immune. This is because it has been confirmed that some sub-segments of the ...

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‘Coronavirus may cripple gas, LNG demand by 14 billion cm’

‘Coronavirus may cripple gas, LNG demand by 14 billion cm’

• Force majeure on international gas contracts to worsen situation Depending on the length of time required to contain the spread, the outbreak of novel Coronavirus (nCoV) in China will create gas demand reduction of between 14 billion cubic meters, thereby ...

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Imo panel indicts Okorocha over contracts fraud

Imo panel indicts Okorocha over contracts fraud

Imo State Judicial Commission of Inquiry on Contracts has indicted former Governor Rochas Okorocha over the alleged fraudulent award of contracts during his time as governor. It, therefore, ordered the state Auditor General and the Auditor General for Local Governments ...

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