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Divers blame Ministry of Labour for Unregulated Practices, Foreign Dominance

Divers blame Ministry of Labour for Unregulated Practices, Foreign Dominance

Nigerian divers have blamed the stagnation of the sector on unregulated practices and increased foreign dominance fuelled by the failure of the Ministry of Labour and Employment to establish a Diving Advisory Board in line with the nation’s 2018 Diving ...

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NIMASA, NPA, Navy Activities Increase Freight Cost At Seaports – Farinto

Transporters decry lack of rail connectivity to Nigerian seaports

By Kenneth Jukpor The Vice President of the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) Mr. Kayode Farinto has indicted some government agencies in the maritime sector as responsible for hike in freight cost. Some of the agencies the veteran ...

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Aviation: Onyema seeks bailout, says new charges’ll raise airfares

Aviation: Onyema seeks bailout, says new charges’ll raise airfares

The Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, has joined several stakeholders in the aviation sector to seek palliatives to keep airlines afloat. Onyema, who spoke to our correspondent, stressed that palliatives would help airlines save staff jobs. He ...

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13 vessels coming from five COVID-19 endemic nations – NIMASA

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

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency has warned stakeholders about 13 vessels bound for Nigeria from five countries heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Eight of the vessels are expected to berth in Apapa, Lagos; four in Bonny, Rivers ...

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Reopening of Enugu airport uncertain 11 months after closure

Reopening of Enugu airport uncertain 11 months after closure

Uncertain has continued to trail reopening of the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, 11 months after its closure for the repair of its runway and upgrade of facilities to meet international standards. As at the time of filing this report, no ...

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No going back on petrol price control, PPPRA insists

No going back on petrol price control, PPPRA insists

The Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency on Sunday insisted that it would continue fixing price bands for petrol despite opposition by oil marketers to the move. It also declared that a regulation for Premium Motor Spirit, popularly called petrol, had ...

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