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Toyota recalls 57,000 vehicles over dangerous air bags

Toyota recalls 57,000 vehicles over dangerous air bags

By Phillip Oladunjoye  / Senior Correspondent (With Agency Reports)   Toyota Motor Corporation has said it would recall 57,000 vehicles globally to replace potentially deadly air bags. The air bags, according to…

NSE Index rises by O.35 per cent

NSE Index rises by O.35 per cent

By Bamidele Ogunwusi  / Correspondent, Lagos   The Nigerian Bourse, which opened trading on a positive note,  continue its upward movement  on Thursday when  both indicators closed in green as they…

Stakeholders reiterate need for economic diversification

Stakeholders reiterate need for economic diversification

By Phillip Oladunjoye  / Snr Correspondent Lagos   Stakeholders and manufacturers seem not to be at ease with recent happenings in the economy calling for urgent need to diversify the economy.…

SEC urges capital market experts to create wealth

SEC urges capital market experts to create wealth

By David Agba / Senior Correspondent, Abuja    The Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Arunma Oteh, has urged experts  in the nation’s capital market to come up…

We are not going under – Discovery Air boss

We are not going under – Discovery Air boss

Chairman, Discovery Air, Engr. Babatunde Babalola, in an interview with select journalists gave reasons why one of its aircraft had to go for C- Check few weeks after it commenced…

Devaluation’ll have limited impact on banks – Fitch

Devaluation’ll have limited impact on banks – Fitch

By Sola Alabadan  / News Editor, Sunday   Fitch Ratings says that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN’s) move to devalue the naira and raise interest rates will have only a…

Group decries challenges to indigenous chandelling services

Nigerian Licensed Ships –Chandlers’ Association has called on the Federal Government to intervent in the business of chandelling, which has been allegedly hijacked by foreigners. This is in order to…

Nigeria’s Olugbade elected Chairman,IMO London Convention

Nigeria’s Alternate Permanent Representative (APR) to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), Captain Ibrahim Olugbade has been elected Chairman, Governing Bodies of the IMO London Convention and Protocol. Olugbade was elected…

MMIA commences capacity building for members

The Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Chapter of the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has commenced the training and capacity building of its members on Monday, 17th November…

Japanese agency partners Nigeria on rice

By Stella Omona  / Snr correspondent, Abuja   Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is partnering Nigeria in developing the agriculture sector in rice production with over 3, 500 Nigerians benefiting from…

Mouka reiterates commitment to customers satisfaction

Mouka Limited, one of the leading manufacturers of Mattresses and other polyurethane products in the country, has opened a Lifestyle Store on Allen Avenue, Ikeja, so as to satisfy customers’…

NACCIMA pledges support to govt, OPS on economy

Stories by Phillip Oladunjoye / Snr Correspondent Lagos   Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMMA) has pledged to partner with government at all levels and the…

Why we increased frequency on Enugu, Benin, others – Ndulue

Arik Air said it decided to increase its capacity in key domestic routes to cope with passengers’ demands and give travelers more options for same day return trips. The Managing…

Expert asks FAAN, NCAA to register agents at Lagos Airport

Stories by Abel Orukpe  / Correspondent, Lagos   To forestall future crisis between clearing agents under the umbrella of Association of Nigerian License Customs Agents (ANLCA) and Nigeria Customs Service (NCS),…

We see growth in Nigerian aviation market – Delta Airline

As Delta Airline marks the seventh year anniversary in Nigeria, the airline’s Commercial Manager East and West Africa, Bobby Bryan, has said that the Nigerian aviation market has potentials for…

NIMASA seeks judicial support in speedy dispensation of justice

Stories by Andrew Airahuobhor  / Correspondent, Lagos   The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Ziakede Patrick Akpobolokemi, has called on the judiciary to support its…

Extortion: Truckers cry out for help

TRuck drivers at the Lagos Port Complex , Apapa have continued to decry the high rate of extortion being experienced at the hands of security officers. These include; officers of…

FG, agents, lose billions of Naira over BBA closure

The freight and forwarding agents under the aegis of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders,(NAGAFF),  at the international wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport,(MMA), Lagos, has said that…

Substandard products: SON calls for zero tolerance

The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has called on Nigerians to have Zero Tolerance to substandard products. The Director General/ Chief Executive Officer of SON, Dr. Joseph Odumodu, made the…

Is stowaway eradicated in seaports?

Is the menace of prostitution and stowaway that has been a regular feature in Nigerian seaports truly subsiding? A lot of Nigerians close to operations in the ports do not…

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