NANTA expresses deep concern over Airlines trapped funds in Nigeria

The President, Mrs Susan Akporiaye and council members of National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) have expressed deep concern about the impression the trapped funds of foreign Airlines operating in the country portrays Nigeria. Akporaye explained in a statement that NANTA as a strategic concerned partner in the downstream aviation sector have over the years appealed to the government through the central Bank of Nigeria and also through the ministry of Aviation to see to the possibility of reducing the humongous trapped funds which at the month of May,…

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NCAC, NCWS inaugurates new cultural brand to empower Nigerian women

Photo Caption Director General, National Council for Arts and Culture Otunba Segun Runsewe (middle) in a Group Photograph with the executive officers of the National Council of Women Society (NCWS) during their visit to NCAC, lead by their National President, Hajia Lami Adamu during their official visit to NCAC The National Council for Arts and Culture ( NCAC) and the National Council for Women Society (NCWS) have reached an agreement to evolve a new brand that will empower vulnerable Nigerian women and create a platform that will enable them contribute…

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Oguntoye tourism twins applaud Gov. Makinde on appointment of Demola Ojo

The Most Famous Twins in African Tourism and Initiators of Twins Tourism, Ambassadors Taiwo and Kehinde Oguntoye has applauded Governor Seyi Makinde for appointing Hon. Ademola Obafemi Ojo ( Ijaya) as his new Deputy Chief of Staff. In a statement jointly signed by the duo where they described the appointment by Governor Makinde as a brilliant move of the moment. The duo expressed confident that Hon. Ojo will join Engr. Makinde to successful steer this present administration to the end of its term and continue to play a constructive role…

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Access Bank CEO, Roosevelt Ogbonna risks jail as COSON begins contempt proceedings

The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of one of Nigeria’s biggest banks, Access Bank Plc, Mr. Roosevelt Michael Ogbonna and the bank’s Company Secretary, Mrs. Ifeyinwa Osime risk jail terms as Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON), begins contempt proceedings against them following Access Bank’s failure to unfreeze the accounts of COSON in the bank and to pay damages for unlawful freezing of COSON’s account as ordered by the Federal High Court. Weary of Access Bank’s intransigence, COSON has just filed a “Notice of Consequences of Disobedience to Order of Court”, otherwise…

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