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LagRide dismisses drivers union’s allegation of marginalisation

A TECHNICAL consultant with Lagos Ride, Tumi Adeyemi, has dismissed claims made by some drivers, under the umbrella of Professional E-hailing Drivers and Private...

Airfares spike over aviation fuel scarcity concerns

THERE seems no end to sharp increases in the fares of domestic flights as the scarcity of aviation fuel persists and the overall operational...

Prison Break: Tracking 18 incidents of jailbreaks under President Buhari

JAILBREAKS  in Nigeria have become rife in recent years, posing an insecurity challenge in the country. The jailbreak at the Kuje medium-security prison claimed by...
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Airline operators warn of flight disruptions nationwide

AIRLINE operators have warned the travelling public to expect flight disruptions nationwide due to the scarcity of aviation fuel. In a statement signed by the...

Experts proffer solutions to Nigeria’s exchange rate problems

THREE experts on the Nigerian economy have proffered what they believed would be solutions to Nigeria's exchange rate problems. The naira has been experiencing  a...

Oando Plc faces delisting, suffers huge losses in 2020

Huge losses have forced Nigerian multinational oil company, Oando Plc, on the verge of voluntary delisting on the Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX). The company has...
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Minister commits herself to Tin Can, Apapa ports rehabilitation

THE Minister of State for Transportation, Senator Gbemisola Saraki, has decried the infrastructure decay at the Apapa and Tin Can Island ports, and expressed...

Nigeria is a slave depot – Soyinka

NOBEL laureate, Wole Soyinka, has described Nigeria as a slave depot and asked its leaders to seek international support to end its protracted security...

Analysis: Nigerian economy grows by 5%, but human development continues to stagnate under Buhari

THE Nigerian Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by five per cent in the second quarter (Q2) of 2021, according to the National Bureau of...
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