Route expansion: Air Peace launches multiple domestic routes, resumes suspended routes

…As airline expects all aircraft back from maintenance in February Air Peace has announced the launch of new domestic routes and the resumption of suspended ones. The management of the airline said the development is in furtherance of its route expansion drive and vision to interconnect various cities. The new routes to be launched in February are: Enugu-Kano-Enugu, Enugu-Asaba-Enugu, PHC-Kano-PHC, PHC-Kaduna-PHC, Ilorin-Lagos-Ilorin, Ilorin-Abuja-Ilorin and Ibadan-Abuja-Ibadan. The suspended routes to be resumed are Kano-Owerri-Kano, Kano-Asaba-Kano, Lagos-Yola-Lagos and Abuja-Yola-Abuja. The airline’s chief operating officer, Oluwatoyin Olajide, who revealed this in a news…

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Court orders Sterling Bank to stop releasing funds to Sen. Bamidele over N511.3m debt

Justice Saliu Saidu of a Lagos Federal High Court, today, ordered Sterling Bank Plc, to stop paying out any money to Senator Michael Opeyemi Bamidele, representing Ekiti Central Senatorial district of Ekiti, pending the determination of debt recovery suit brought against him by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON). AMCON had sometimes in 2018, dragged Bamidele, an All Progressive Congress (APC) Senator, before the court, due to his failure to liquidate loan sum of N201 million which had increased to N511. 3 million, obtained from the defunct Oceanic Bank…

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Time to improve Nigerian food plate

By Elvis Eromosele Africa is big on agriculture. It has to be. It is the second-largest continent in the world. It is also the second most populous. So, there’s plenty of space to farm and over a billion mouths to feed. It is no surprise therefore that an estimated 65 per cent of Africa’s population relies on subsistence farming. Subsistence farming, or smallholder agriculture, by definition, is when one family grows only enough to feed itself. Nigeria is the most populous country on the continent. Although it depends heavily on…

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Aviation industry stakeholders, professionals to grace NAAPE symposium in Uyo

No fewer than 80 major aviation industry stakeholders and professionals in Nigeria, including Chief Allen Onyema, the Chairman, Air Peace would participate physically at the forthcoming symposium of the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE) scheduled to hold in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State later this month. This is as NAAPE promised to bridge the existing gaps between pilots, engineers on one hand and airline operators in the industry with the aim of promoting harmonious relationship between the two. Engr. Abednego Galadima, the President of NAAPE in a statement…

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