Air Peace Receives 12th Aircraft, Opens Office At Lekki

Air Peace Receives 12th Aircraft, Opens Office At Lekki

Nigeria’s domestic carrier  has taken delivery of its 12th aircraft, a 114-capacity Boeing 737-500. Air Peace Chief Operating Officer, Mrs Oluwatoyin Olajide, told newsmen on Wednesday in Lagos that the aircraft landed at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos at about 2.15pm on Tuesday. She said the arrival of the aircraft would greatly boost the airline’s […]

Australia Seeks Closer Ties With Enugu

Australia Seeks Closer Ties With Enugu

Mr. Paul Lehmann, the  Australian  High Commissioner  to  Nigeria, has expressed the willingness of businesses in his country to explore commercial opportunities in Enugu State. Speaking during a courtesy visit to Government House, Enugu, the envoy said that Nigeria and Australia both have a longstanding relationship which would be further strengthened through mutually-beneficial economic cooperation, […]

Why We Can’t Print Ballot Papers In Nigeria – INEC

Why We Can’t Print Ballot Papers In Nigeria – INEC

Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has explained why they cannot contract a Nigerian company to print electoral materials. Yakubu gave the reasons while defending INEC’s budget before the House of Representatives Committee on Electoral Matters on Monday in Abuja. He stated that most of the printing companies don’t have […]

Why We Can’t Sell Fuel At N145/litre Anymore – Oil Marketers

Why We Can’t Sell Fuel At N145/litre Anymore – Oil Marketers

“It is no longer possible for depots to sell petrol at the federal government’s approved price band of N123.28 – N133.28 per litre.” Independent oil marketers have said. According to THISDAY, the marketers claim this was because the landing cost of the product was now above N145. The Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) fixed the […]

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