Daily Archives: February 6, 2020

Customs Intercepts Pangolin Scales Worth N10billion

Customs Intercepts Pangolin Scales Worth N10billion

By Okuneye Moyosola The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Federal Operations Unit (FOU), Zone A has intercepted 147 sacks of pangoline scales worth over N10billion. The containers were discovered at an abandoned warehouse in Isheri Estate, Lagos State. The Comptroller–General of ...

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Ports users bemoan okada ban on Apapa road

Ports users bemoan okada ban on Apapa road

It was no longer business as usual around the Apapa ports, in Lagos, as clearing agents, dockworkers and other businessmen found it difficult to access the seaports due to the recent ban placed on commercial motorcycles popularly known as Okada ...

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Nigeria faces competition amid global LNG supply glut

PETAN restates need for local content, lauds NLNG’s Train 7 stakeholders

Exporters of Liquefied Natural Gas, including Nigeria, have been told to brace for an oversupplied market and weaker-than-expected global demand depressing prices for their output for another two years. Nigeria, which is among the top 10 largest exporters of the ...

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Malabu scandal: Italian court throws out witness request

Malabu scandal: Italian court throws out witness request

A Milan court has rejected a prosecution request to hear testimony from a former legal adviser of Eni who has accused the company of spying on judges, offering a boost to the Italian oil firm as it fights bribery allegations ...

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Subscribers may be restricted to three phone lines

Subscribers may be restricted to three phone lines

• FG directs NCC to require NIN for SIM registration An individual may no longer be able to own more than three phone lines going by a directive handed down to the Nigerian Communications Commission by the Minister of Communications ...

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Crisis hits Cross River PDP over alleged imposition of candidates

Ayade faults lockdown, warns of economic consequences

Supporters of the Peoples Democratic Party, under the aegis of the Yala Political Development Forum of Cross River State, have urged the party’s National Chairman, Uche Secondus, to caution Governor Ben Ayade. Members of the group made the appeal when ...

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We’ll pay N30,500 minimum wage – Ogun govt

We’ll pay N30,500 minimum wage – Ogun govt

The Ogun State Government has expressed willingness to pay N30,500 as minimum wage to workers in the state with retroactive effect from 1st January, 2020. The state government announced that it had reached an agreement with organised labour to begin ...

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