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FRSC explains alternative routes along Lagos-Ibadan expressway

THE Lagos Sector Command of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has advised motorist who intend plying the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway between 1st to 3rd July,  2016 to either move early or take alternative routes to avoid being trapped in traffic along...
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$11.117 b Lagos-Calabar rail contract to be ready in two years, says Amaechi

$11.117 b Lagos-Calabar rail contract to be ready in two years, says Amaechi

THE Federal Government has signed  $11.117b  contract agreement with the China Civil Engineering Construction Company (CCECC) for the construction of the Lagos-Calabar railway line.  According to the minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, the first seg...
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FAAN pledges more allowances for staff

FAAN pledges more allowances for staff

The management of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has agreed to increase allowances and claims for workers in the agency. This was contained in a communiqué singed by leaders of three aviation unions and the management team of...
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FG tasks NAC on vehicle purchase scheme

FG tasks NAC on vehicle purchase scheme

The Vice President,  Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has challenged the National Automotive Design and Development Council to develop a comprehensive vehicle credit purchase scheme that would enable Nigerians to afford new vehicles. A statement issued by the Vice Preside...
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VW gets 7-day ultimatum

VW gets 7-day ultimatum

The Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has issued a seven-day ultimatum to Volkswagen Nigeria to provide information on the status of its vehicles in relation to the emissions cheating software, which has allegedly affected 11 million cars worldwide. In a lette...
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Senate rejects N64b budges for second Abuja Airport  runway

Senate rejects N64b budges for second Abuja Airport runway

The Senate has described  the proposed N64b budget for the  second runway for Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport as “bogus and too high’. In a motion sponsored by Senator Dino Melaye APC, Kogi West, Senate acknowledged the fact that a second...
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Customs impounds bullet-proof  Toyota SUVs

Customs impounds bullet-proof Toyota SUVs

FOR allegedly bringing the vehicles into Nigeria illegally, the  Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Federal Operations Unit (FOU), Zone ‘C’ Owerri has impounded 13 new vehicles, including two bullet-proof Toyota Prado Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs). The Custo...
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Ministry inaugurates committee on national carrier

Ministry inaugurates committee on national carrier

The Permanent Secretary in the ministry of aviation, Binta Bello, has inaugurated the committee on the establishment of the country’s flag carrier. Speaking at the inauguration in Abuja,  Bello charged members of the committees to pursue the assignment with...
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Nigeria has 146 private jets, says NCAA

Nigeria has 146 private jets, says NCAA

NOT less than 146 private jets are in Nigeria. Confirming the development, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) disclosed that out of the 146 corporate jets,  only 46 were registered in Nigeria while 100 has foreign registration. Director General of.....
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NCAA  gives debtor airlines two weeks ultimatum

NCAA gives debtor airlines two weeks ultimatum

THE management of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has threatened to publish names and amount being owed by each airline operating in the country within 14 days. NCAA explained that the airlines had refused to remit the 14if the carriers...
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NAC faults report on auto policy

NAC faults report on auto policy

THE National Automotive  Council (NAC) has described Citybusiness story titled “Govt probes auto policy” as “unfair to the automotive industry.” Reacting to the story onbehalf of NAC, Director Policy and Planing, Luqman Mamudu said Assembling of vehic...
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