NCPC boss applauds FAAN on modern facilities at new Abuja terminal

The executive secretary of Nigerian Christians Pilgrims Commission (NCPC), Rev. Tor Uja has commended the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) for the modern and world class facilities provided at the new terminal of the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airports Abuja.  He commended  the authority during his recent visit to the management of the FAAN in preparation for the 2019 post Easter Pilgrimage exercise to Israel. Rev. Uja expressed satisfaction at the level of security measures put in place at the Airport as well as facilities on ground for the comfort of…

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NAMA accelerates upgrade of radio communication infrastructure

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has put in place a machinery to accelerate an ongoing programme geared towards the total upgrade of its radio communication infrastructure across the country.  This is to ensure that communication challenges experienced by pilots in some parts of the airspace are totally eliminated. As part of efforts to boost the clarity of radio communication especially at the upper airspace, the agency has taken steps to replace all the Very High Frequency (VHF) radios at the existing eight (8) remote sites in Lagos, Kano, Wukari,…

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Nigeria needs clearer, more liberal, fiscal policies- ICAEW

To attract more foreign investments into the Nigerian economy, the policy environment needs to be strengthened by the implementation of more liberal and clearer policies.  This call was made by Cobus de Hart, Chief Economist for North and West Africa, Oxford Economics, who was a guest speaker at the ICAN / ICAEW Joint Economic Insight event held in Lagos on Friday, April 26, 2019. Speaking on the theme: ‘Nigeria: The African Giant Crawling Back on its Own and its Untapped Technological Potential’, Hart stated that the Nigerian business environment is…

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Incredible narrative of Nigeria as fraud destination must stop, NCAC boss warns

The director general of National Council for Arts and Culture, Otunba Segun Runsewe has frowned and expressed disgust at emerging global outcry about Nigerians caught and paraded abroad for drug related offences and internet fraud in the past three weeks. Otunba Runsewe who described the disturbing trend as locust attack against the image of Nigeria and Nigerians, called for a national probe to truly find out the true identity of the alleged offenders to determine if the Nigerian passports in their possession were genuine and the holders truly Nigerians. He…

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