Ebute-Metta residents demand relocation of LAWMA’s TLS

Inhabitants of Apapa road, in Lagos Mainland Local Government Area, Lagos State, have called on the State government and Management of Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) to relocate the Transfer Loading Station (TLS) situated in the area. The residents made the call during a protest and picketing of the facility which is located between Thomas, Odaliki, Ibadan and Niger Streets, on Saturday. During the protest and picketing of the facility, the residents said since LAWMA started dumping refuse in the facility, they have been witnessing series of pollution and strange…

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Sirika, aviation agencies heads, 400 delegates to converge in Asaba for NUATE conference 

Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, heads of aviation agencies and over four hundred delegates are expected to converge in Asaba, Delta state capital for the national delegates conference of the National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE).  According to the general secretary of NUATE, Comrade Olayinka Abioye, the 10th quardrennial national delegates conference with its theme, ‘Public, private Partnership in aviation industry – Perspective from investors, labour and management’ will feature awards.  Comrade Abioye explained that past leaders of the NUATE will be honoured including heads of…

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Air Peace relaunches Asaba operations Oct. 8, adds Abuja to service

Air Peace has unveiled plans to restart its daily Lagos-Asaba-Lagos flight operations on October 8. The airline, which pulled out of the route more than two years ago due to safety concerns with respect to the runway of the Asaba Airport, said it would also add Abuja-Asaba-Abuja flights to the service. A statement signed by Air Peace corporate communications manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah said the airline decided to return to the Asaba route to end the nightmare of air travellers seeking to connect the Delta State capital, Anambra and other…

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AKWAABA 2018: SA Tourism excites guests as Senator Ita Giwa, Banky W, others visit stand

South African Tourism once again demonstrated to guests, and dignitaries at the just concluded AKWAABA African Travel Market why the country is the prime destination for leisure, tourism, shopping and business in Africa and beyound. The South African Tourism stand played host to dignitaries and guests in the tourism and entertainment industry in Africa and beyound like, the director general of the National Council for Arts & Culture (NCAC), Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, Senator Florence Ita-Giwa, top Nigerian musician, Banky W, popular Ghanian actor, Van Vicker and a host of others.…

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