FAAN sanitises protocol activities at airports

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has directed that apart from FAAN protocol services and the designated Ministry of Foreign Affairs Officers, no individual or agency is allowed to escort passengers or Conduct any type of protocol  activity after Immigration process for Departing Passengers, and before immigration process for arriving Passengers at the Airports. A statement signed by the general manager, corporate affairs of FAAN. Henrietta Yakubu (Mrs.) said the directive is in line with provisions of the federal government’s directive on the Ease of Doing Business, Mrs.Yakubu explained that…

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Stanbic IBTC wins double honours at CIPM Awards

Photo Caption: (L-R) Tosin Leye-Odeyemi, Head, Reward, Analytics & Reporting, Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC; Olufunke Amobi, Country Head, Human Capital, Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC; Titilope Ihemetu, Acting Head, Strategy Advocacy and Stakeholder Relations, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria; Alhaji Ibrahim, Member of Governance Committee, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, during the CIPM Awards in Lagos recently .>/strong> Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC has won double honours at the HR Best Practice Awards organised by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM). At an event which took place at the Eko…

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AIB boss, Olateru wins multiple awards

The Commissioner of the Accident Investigation Bureau AIB, Nigeria, Engr. Akin Olateru, has received accolades from three different organisations in the last one week for his outstanding leadership in aviation development. His outstanding leadership has ensured the continuous safety of the Nigerian airspace and has made the Bureau one of the leading accident investigating bodies in the world. The Commissioner was recently bestowed with the award of Aviation Man of the Year 2019 at the Air Transport Industry Awards 2019, the Outstanding Leadership award at the 10th Nigeria Aviation (NIGAV)…

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Police arraign three for alleged land grabbing, contempt

Three men, Mukaila Salami, 68, Tajudeen Mujeed, 58 and Taiwo Salami, were today, brought before Tinubu Chief Magistrate Court, Lagos State, for offences bordering on conspiracy, land grabbing, disobedience to court order and conduct likely to cause breach of public peace. The three defendants were arraigned before Magistrate T. A. Elias led-Court, by the men of Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department (ForceCIID) Annex, Alagbon-Ikoyi, Lagos. The Police alleged in a charge numbered A/110/19, that the three defendants and others now at large, sometimes between 2017 and 2019, at Owu…

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