Caribbean Tourism to showcase beautiful Islands at Akwaaba in Lagos

The Caribbean Tourism Organisation is set to showcase its beautiful Islands at Akwaaba African Travel Market in Lagos. This was sequeal to the conclusion of a partnership deal with the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) for this year’s event slated for September 2019. The partnership was signed at the World Travel Market held in London. The Caribbean Tourism Organisation is the board that represents the tourism board of the Caribbean Islands. At the ongoing Caribbean Tourism Organisations Annual General Meeting (AGM), in Carlton House Terrace, London, Business Development Manager, Akwaaba Travel Market,…

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AIB releases six final accident reports on April 25

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) is set to release six final accident and incidents reports on April 25. This was disclosed by the commissioner/chief executive officer of AIB, Engr Akin Olateru at the 2019 stakeholders forum to review AIB regulations 2016 and its implications for aviation stakeholders. Olateru listed the final reports to be released to include: Report on the serious incident involving an Airbus A330-223 aircraft operated by Delta airlines Inc. with registration N858NW on 13th February 2018. Report on the accident involving a Cessna 208B Caravan belonging to…

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Delta expands Int’l media platform to support partnership with Masters Tournament

As an International Partner of the Masters Tournament, Delta Air Lines is expanding its international media platform, including advertising and social media, to continue to build brand awareness of Delta outside of the United States. Following the success of the 2018 campaign which generated millions of impressions worldwide with strong social media engagement, Delta is increasing the investment and focusing the marketing campaign through the theme of The World is Welcome.  The TV spot campaign, called World Travels, is concentrated on the United Kingdom, Mexico and South Korea, with additional…

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Intercontinental Bank: How Saraki, Imoukhuede, Wigwe loans led to Akingbola’s prosecution

A Federal High Court, Lagos, today, heard how billions of naira loans taken by the Senate President, Bukonla Saraki and others from the defunct Intercontinental Bank Plc, led to the prosecution of the bank’s former managing director, Dr. Erastus Akingbola. Akingbola is being tried by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in an amended 22 counts charge. At the resumed hearing of the matter today, the prosecution witness, Mr. Abdulraham Jimoh, while being cross examined by Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN), admitted that a company linked to the Senate President,…

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Ethiopian accepts preliminary report indicating Pilots followed recommended procedures

Ethiopian Airlines has acknowledged the preliminary report into Flight 302 which clearly showed that the the Airlines Pilots who were commanding Flight ET 302/10 March have followed the Boeing recommended and FAA approved emergency procedures to handle the most difficult emergency situation created on the airplane. The Airlines while acknowledging the preliminary report of the accident appreciated the hard work of the investigation team. The report noted that despite the pilots hard work and full compliance with the emergency procedures, it was very unfortunate that they could not recover the…

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Court docks businessman for N150m fraud, forgery

A 42 years old man, Afam Agbo was on Wednesday, arraigned before a Federal High Court, Lagos, over alleged N150 million fraud and forgery. He was arraigned alongside his company, Konkomm Telecom Limited, on three counts charge, bordering on conspiracy, fraud and forgery, before Justice Sule Hassan led-court, by the men of Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of Nigeria Police Force (NPF), Ikoyi-Lagos. The defendant, his company and others now at large, according to the police committed the offences between the year 2012 and January 2013, and between Lagos State and…

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