NAMA dismisses fraud allegations by pensioners on monthly pension payment

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has dismissed an unsubstantiated claims by some officials of Airspace Management Pensioners Association of Nigeria (AMPAN) to the effect that the agency has been shortchanging its members in their monthly pension payment. In a statement making the rounds on social media, Mr Kester Omotayo accused NAMA of “operating two pension structures, perhaps to deliberately cover up or attempt to cover up some sharp practices…” and that “our request for dialogue on the issue has also been rebuffed.” The agency stated that the above allegations…

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AGF charges market leader, Baba Alado, 6 others for alleged terrorism

The scheduled arraignment of the leader of Aswani International Market, Chief Taoreed Farounbi, popularly called Baba Alado, and six other persons, before a Federal High Court, Lagos, over alleged terrorism acts, today, failed to proceed due to the inability of the prosecution to serve the charge sheet on Baba Alado and five others. Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) dragged Chief Taoreed Farounbi, alongside Alhaji Olusegun Akeem Akinde (A.K.A. Echo), Mr. Ayokunle Fakiyesi, Mr. Idowu Akinde, Musilu Oladejo, Mr. Lekan Matthew and Mr. Adeleke Akinjeji, before the court presided over by…

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Runsewe lauds Gov Uzodimma on Imo cultural rebirth

The 33rd edition of Nigeria’s iconic cultural festival, Nafest may have come to a glorious end but dignitaries, delegates and visitors would not forget in hurry the celebration of last minute appearance of imo state contingent as shouts and adulation of the state governor, Hope uzodinma rented and electricified the Rwang Pam stadium, jos. Director general National Council for Arts and Culture ( NCAC) was heard loud and clear, praising the surprise appearance of the Imo state contingent, noting that the very miraculous participation of the heartland nation was made…

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NAFEST 2020: NANTA president thumbs up NCAC, pledge support to Jos tourism

President National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (nanta), Susan Akporiaye has noted the very progressive and global marketing profile advanced by National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) to facilitate branding of Nigeria’s Cultural products and festivals. Speaking at the sidelines of the just concluded one week National Festival in Jos , Plateau state capital, Mrs Akporiaye stated that NCAC under Otunba Segun Runsewe has proven beyond doubt that Nigeria has all it takes to welcome visitors and above all, put together Cultural tourism events that can compete favourably with…

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