The Federal Government has expressed regret over the reported deaths of some workers of the defunct Nigerian Airways occasioned by the delay in the payment of their entitlements.
Prof. Sani Marshi, Director-General, Nigeria Metrological Service (NiMet), has said that the achievements recorded in the aviation sector has made it a pacesetter to other African countries.
Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has received international certification for Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, from Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
The Federal Government on Tuesday said it has approved the concession of Kano and Port Harcourt airports, as well as transaction advisers for the process.
Two unions in the aviation sector have expressed dissatisfaction over their non-involvement in the ongoing plan to concession the Lagos and Abuja airports.
Considering the effect of rainfall on major roads in the country, the Federal Government on Tuesday disclosed plans to roll-out interventions for 41 major roads.
The Chairman of Lagos State Branch of National Union of Road Transport Workers, Alhaji Tajudeen Agbede, on Tuesday said the inter-state transport park at Odo-Iyaalaro in Ojota is now ready to receive the operators banned along Ikorodu Road.
British Airways has announced plans to run its fleet on jet fuel made from wastes, such as nappies, plastic food containers, chocolate bar wrappers meant for landfills.
The Federal Government has been urged to use part of the money being generated by the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) at the ports to fix the roads leading to the Lagos ports.
Thousands of airline passengers were stranded in Auckland Monday after a pipeline leak cut jet fuel supplies to New Zealand's largest airport, forcing planes to remain grounded, authorities said.
The former Director General, Nigerian Automotive Design and Development Council, Engr Aminu Jalal, at the weekend disclosed that the nation is not prepared to transit from fossil fuels to renewable energy or electric powered automobiles.
Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has pledged to partner with National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) to develop and make the nation’s inland water ways economically viable, NIMASA Chairman, Retired Maj -Gen. Jonathan Garba, said.
The NIMASA Director General, who is also the Chairman of the Association of African Maritime Administrations (AAMA), however, regretted that Africa is still not a major player globally in maritime trade because of lack of strategic attention to the sector.
The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), Ikeja, Lagos, yesterday brought 12 students of Oduduwa Junior Secondary School, Mushin, before an Ikeja Chief Magistrate’s Court, for alleged cultism.
Medical activities at some health institutions were yesterday grounded following the nationwide strike declared by health workers under the aegis of Joint Heath Sector Unions (JOHESU).
The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, has faulted the call for the cancellation of privatisation of power sector.
The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has warned that it will be dangerous to ignore the agitation for restructuring of the country.
A 35-year-old man, Abubakar Adamu, has been remanded in prison by the Chief Magistrate’s Court in Gombe for allegedly insulting the state Governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, and the governor’s mother.
Leaders of Labour unions in Kogi State have condemned claim by Kogi State government that signatories to the strike notice are unknown labour leaders.
A former Abia Governor, Chief Orji Kalu, has called for a cessation of the agitation for the Republic of Biafra, saying that the break-up of Nigeria will not be in the interest of Ndigbo.
Nigeria's Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo has emphasized the need for the citizens to constantly praise God as they had so much to praise Him for.
Osun government has said that policies, programmes and infrastructures that will totally deemphasise its reliance on monthly allocation from Abuja were already in place, such that in the next five years, the state would gain financial independence.