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Foreign airlines charge premium passengers 23% more on Nigerian routes –Investigation

Foreign airlines charge premium passengers 23% more on Nigerian routes –Investigation

23 January 2012

The preference for premium class seats by a lot of air travellers and the inability of the government to regulate the fares of foreign airlines means that passengers on Nigerian routes pay about 23 per cent more than travellers from other parts of the world, OYETUNJI ABIOYE writes. Passengers on Nigerian routes pay about 23 […]

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Nigerians in U.S. to meet FG on fuel subsidy removal

Nigerians in U.S. to meet FG on fuel subsidy removal

09 January 2012

  Nigerians in the U.S. have scheduled a meeting with the Federal Government in Chicago on Jan. 14 to discuss the removal of fuel subsidy. The meeting was organised by Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation in the Americas (NIDOA), in conjunction with the Nigerian Embassy in Washington. NIDOA is the umbrella organisation of all Nigerians living […]

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Obtaining student visa with tears

Obtaining student visa with tears

03 January 2012

In this report, SEGUN OLUGBILE who visited some foreign embassies in Abuja highlights the challenges being faced by young Nigerians in search of student visa to further their university education abroad Frustration, anger and utmost apprehension were written boldly on the faces of youths, who gathered at the Ukrainian Embassy in Abuja on this hot […]

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Cashless Lagos takes off amid anxiety

Cashless Lagos takes off amid anxiety

02 January 2012

Written by Odidison Omankhanlen The much talked about cashless Lagos formally commenced on Sunday amid further clarifications from industry regulators and top state government officials. The cashless policy, an initiative of the Bankers’ Committee, was introduced by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), to drive development and modernisation of the nation’s payment system in line […]

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Philippines extends ban on workers to Nigeria

Philippines extends ban on workers to Nigeria

30 December 2011

  The Philippines said yesterday it would extend a ban on sending workers to Nigeria after Christmas Day bombings in the country left 35 people dead. The two-year-old ban was to have been lifted by January 1 to allow the movement of thousands of Filipinos seeking to work in Nigeria’s booming energy sector. But the […]

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The cost of one Litre of Petrol

The cost of one Litre of Petrol

28 December 2011

A revealing, fresh, factual perspective to the ongoing debate on fuel subsidy. Dr. Izielen Agbon, a petroleum engineer and an economist, here says there is no fuel subsidy rather, Nigerian petrol is over prized at N65 a litre. ON December 10, 2011, if you stopped at the Mobil Filling Station on Old Aba Road in […]

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Zungeru:  Nigeria’s neglected birthplace

Zungeru: Nigeria’s neglected birthplace

18 December 2011

Zungeru is a town in the present Niger State and can be said to be the birthplace of Nigeria and many prominent Nigerians. The pact bringing Nigeria into being was signed there and a number of colonial relics scatter all over the town.  The first Nigeria’s indigenous Governor-General, Dr. Nnamdi Azikwe, Ikemba Nnewi, Chief Odumegwu […]

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Police investigate alleged exam fraud by lawmaker

Police investigate alleged exam fraud by lawmaker

08 December 2011

GEORGE OPARA Chetachi Obi, an aide to Hon. Nkiruka Onyejiocha Chidubem, representing Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, has said her arrest last week for allegedly writing the Nov/Dec NABTEB examinations for her boss was a set up by political opponents of the lawmaker. Meanwhile, the Abia State Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has […]

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Nigeria gets £150m for green transportation programme

Nigeria gets £150m for green transportation programme

08 December 2011

Written by Alex Abutu The United Kingdom has pledged to support the development of low emission urban transport system in Nigeria with £150 million, its Minister of State for Climate Change, Mr. Gregory Barker has disclosed. A statement issued by the ministry said that Barker made the pledge at a meeting with Nigeria’s Minister of […]

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US Government in support of fuel subsidy removal in Nigeria

US Government in support of fuel subsidy removal in Nigeria

29 November 2011

The United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Terence McCulley has said that  his country’s government is in support of the planned removal of fuel subsidy in the country. The ambassador made the statement in Abuja on Monday during a visit to the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chief Emeka Wogu. A statement signed by the Assistant […]

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Medals shortage mars national awards

Medals shortage mars national awards

15 November 2011

Aliko Dangote * Some politicians don’t deserve honour –Jonathan It was a national embarrassment yesterday in Abuja when shortage of medals almost marred the National Honours Award as some of the 355 recepients could not be decorated. Though the exact number of the awardees that were unable to receive their medals could not be ascertained, […]

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Half cooked meat inflicts 60 Nigerian Pilgrims with Diarrhea in Saudi-Arabia

Half cooked meat inflicts 60 Nigerian Pilgrims with Diarrhea in Saudi-Arabia

10 November 2011

By Imam Imam About 60 Nigerian pilgrims were hospitalised in Saudi Arabia Tuesday after an outbreak of gastroenteritis during their stay in Mina, the country’s health officials have confirmed. They said the outbreak occurred following suspected intake of poorly cooked meat as part of activities marking the eid celebration. Similarly, Saudi Arabian authorities have declared […]

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