MMA sets up task force to improve flow of traffic

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has notifies passengers and other airport users that in a bid to foster effective landside traffic management, the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos has constituted a task force to ensure improvement in the flow of vehicular traffic. FAAN said in their statement that the objective of the task force, which is made up of officers from the aviation security department and other relevant security agencies shall be to control vehicular movement, prevent unauthorized parking at terminal forecourts/curbsides and enforce the drop-off/pick-up zone policy of the…

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NAHCO appoints Herbert Odika as COO

The Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc (nahco aviance) has appointed Mr. Herbert Odika as its Chief Operating Officer (COO). A first class aviation professional with excellent knowledge of the industry, Odika, a former staff of nahco aviance, is a graduate of Business Studies from the University of North London. The new Chief Operating Officer is a commercially astute, delivery-focused individual with vast experience in such diverse areas as sales, marketing, business development, medical sales, operational management and team leadership. Gifted with exceptional talent in leading and developing a high performing…

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NAFEST 2019: Stakeholders embark on facility tour of Benin

A high-powered delegation from the National Council for Arts and Culture led by the director-general, Otunba Segun Runsewe will embark on a week long facility tour in Benin starting from 8th to 12th, July. The aim is to ascertain the preparedness of the ancient city while building a groundswell of support from stakeholders who will partner the NCAC as it plans a successful hosting of the 2019 edition of the National Festival of Arts and Culture (NAFEST) slated for October 19th, this year. key players that are expected to participate…

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SON, Customs bicker over products examination at ports

The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has stated that the directive by the Federal Government that the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) should always invite it for the daily cargo examination at the various terminals at the nation’s sea-ports, has not been compiled with. Indeed, stakeholders interested in the matter have urged SON to take the matter up with to the federal government, adding that the refusal by NCS to carry along SON during inspection of products at the ports affects the ease of doing business mantra of the federal government.…

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