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Nigeria Begins Trial Of Pirates Under New Law This Week

Revenue Generation Isn't The Core Mandate Of NIMASA - Jamoh

Nigeria takes a major step in its box to rid the waterways of criminalities and reassure the global community of the security in its maritime domain this week, as it commences the prosecution of suspected pirates under the Suppression of ...

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STOAN Laments High Rate Of Manual Examination By Customs At Seaports

STOAN Laments High Rate Of Manual Examination By Customs At Seaports

The Chairman, Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), Princess Vicky Haastrup, has decried the high rate of manual examination of cargoes at the nation’s seaports by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS). Haastrup, who spoke in Lagos at the weekend, ...

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FG Shouldn’t Give Airlines Cash As Bail Out – Ojikutu

FG Shouldn't Give Airlines Cash As Bail Out - Ojikutu

By Ayoola Olaitan The Secretary General of the Aviation Safety Round Table Initiative and Chief Executive Officer, Centurion Securities, Group Captain John Ojikutu (Rtd), has urged the Federal Government not to give airlines cash as bail-out for its  stimulus package ...

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Delta flow station: Nigeria loses 44,000bpd of crude

Petrol price hits N143.8, stakeholders push for total deregulation

Nigeria has been losing about 44,000 barrels of crude oil daily since Saturday following the shutdown of the Odidi and Batan oil flow stations by protesting youths in some Delta oil-producing communities. The flow stations remained shut as of Sunday ...

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Speculators’ll lose billions on forex sales resumption – ABCON

Speculators’ll lose billions on forex sales resumption – ABCON

The Association of Bureau De Change Operators of Nigeria has said that currency speculators will lose huge funds as the Central Bank of Nigeria plans to resume dollar sales to over 5,000 Bureau De Change operators across major cities nationwide. ...

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IPPIS: Petrol scarcity looms as PENGASSAN, NUPENG threaten strike

Petrol price hits N143.8, stakeholders push for total deregulation

​ Nigeria may face petrol scarcity if oil workers make good the threat of withdrawing their services nationwide should the Federal Government insist on registering employees in the oil sector on the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System. The Petroleum ...

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Airports, airlines not ready for operation, says NCAA

Fault N1.7b consultation fee award

Airports and airlines in the country are not yet fully ready to resume operations, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority has said. It was gathered on Sunday that while airlines were about 70 per cent prepared for resumption, domestic airports were ...

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