High cost of airfares, Jet A1, others: Hon. Pali supports NANTA’s call for all stakeholders meeting

The vice chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Aviation, Hon. Musa Pali has lend his support to the call by the president of National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies, NANTA , Mrs Susan Akporiaye, for a stakeholders meeting to look into the high cost of airfares, high cost of aviation fuel and the multiplier effect of not allowing international airlines to repatriate their funds and the effect it is having on the Nigeria travelling public. Speaking in an interview in Argungu, Kebbi state at the just concluded Alhaji…

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NIHOTOUR brings training closer to grassroot, trains 24 as tour guides in Argungu centre

.. As Emir commends FG for citing training centre in Argungu Director General of National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality, NIHOTOUR, Alhaji Nura Sani Kangiwa has stated that the location of its training centre in Argungu is making the mandate of NIHOTOUR easier by bringing training closer to the people of Kebbi, Sokoto, Niger Republic and others. Speaking during the unveiling of the Kebbi State training centre in Argungu and presentation of certificates of the trainees, Alhaji Kangiwa noted that the centre is ideal for participants in these areas to…

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Court orders IGP to show course why detainees should not be released over Mile 12 killing:

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos presided over by Justice Daniel Osiagor today ordered the Inspector General of police (IGP) to show cause why the two detainees, Oyegoke Oyedele and Ahmed Olaitan, who were arrested over the killing of the killing of Sulaimon Onaolapo, popularly known as Ariku, a chieftain of Lagos Parks and Garage Management, should not be released.     Others affected by the court  order are; the Lagos State Commissioner of Police,  CSP Adigun Abdulfatai Abolarin Officer in Charge of Strike Team and the Investigation Police Officer,…

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NCAA suspends Air Transport Licence of Azman Air over N1. 2b debt

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on Thursday suspended the Air Transport Licence (ATL) of Azman Air for its failure to remit N1. 2billion funds collected from air travelers on its behalf to its coffers. The NCAA boss Capt. Nuhu who disclosed this on phone with aviation journalists said the airline also failed to submit security clearance for the renewal of its ATL, which expired in April 2021. Nuhu stated that the N1.2 billion debt was the revenue accrued from the 5 per cent Ticket Sales Charge (TSC) and Cargo…

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