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Who will save Nigerians from President Buhari?

Indeed, it can only be from an “evil and poisonous heart” for Adesina to twist the very questions Nigerians are asking the president and to divert the conversation from security to politics.

Air traffic delays in Europe after computer ‘failure’

Airports across Europe warned of disruptions on Tuesday after a technical problem at Eurocontrol, the agency that runs the EU's air traffic control system.

Airports concession: Federal government urged to consider workers’ interest

Two aviation unions on Monday urged the Federal Government to consider the interest of workers in the sector as it goes ahead with the plan to concession the four major airports in the country.

Mass protests against Emmanuel Macron reform plans as strikes hit trains, air travel

Hundreds of thousands took to the streets in France on Thursday as strikes for pay rises and against President Emmanuel Macron’s reform plans disrupted train and air travel.

Expert commends Governor Amosun for compensating landowners for Ogun airport

A maritime expert Bolaji Akinola, has commended the Governor of the State, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, for compensating land owners in the areas earmarked for the proposed Ogun Cargo Airport.

Federal government to deploy NAFDAC, NDLEA at airports, seaports

The federal government is to immediately deploy the National Agency for Food, Drugs and Administrative Control, NAFDAC, and the National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, to all the nation’s airports, seaports, land ports to assist other border agencies in chemical anti-smuggling enforcement.

Do not sign the African continental free trade agreement – NLC tells federal govt

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has warned the Federal Government against signing the African free trade agreement, describing it as a neo-liberal policy.

Don’t blame us for Africa’s accumulated debt – China replies US

The Chinese government says it cannot take the blame for Africa’s debt burden, saying it is as a result of accumulation over the years.

IATA projects 1 billion passengers to fly on sustainable aviation fuel flights by 2025

The International Air transport Association (IATA), on Tuesday, announced that it has set out a target of ensuring that one billion passengers fly on flights powered by a mix of jet fuel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by 2025.

Kim Jong Nam murder suspect ‘visited Cambodia for TV pranks’

An Indonesian woman charged with murdering the North Korean leader's half-brother visited Cambodia to take part in what she believed were pranks for a TV show with suspected Pyongyang agents, a court heard Thursday.

Governor Ugwuanyi has utilised IGR to transforrm Enugu – Kemi Adeosun

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, Thurtsday, hailed Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State over the pace of development in the State.

Presidency: PDP face of corruption in Nigeria

The Presidency on Wednesday described the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as the face of corruption in Nigeria.

How Buhari will Igor corruption in Africa

Africa’s bid to stem widespread corruption took a decisive turn on Sunday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia when the African Union, AU, placed on President Muhammadu Buhari, the task of championing the war throughout continent.

Leicester’s owners reject ‘£323m lawsuit’ claim

Leicester City Football Club's owners have said they "categorically deny" a report that they owe £323m to the Thai government.

Nigerians must earn from productivity, not rent – Governor Aregbesola

Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun State has identified unearned income from rent, rather than productivity, as the major challenge facing Nigeria in terms of its economic development.

Osun has no financial commitment to MKO International Airport – AWOL chief

Besides, the state government would earn five per cent of the profit of the airport, Land rent, collect tax and other necessary dues would be committed to the government before the transfer.

Aviation unions give fed govt 15 days ultimatum to halt planned airports concession

Three aviation unions on Tuesday gave the Federal Government 15 days ultimatum to halt its planned concession of the four viable airports in the country.

Plain-clothes security personnel restricted at airports

Plain-clothes security operatives are to be prevented from entering secure areas at the nation’s airports to check illegal activities in such sensitive places.

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US expands health screenings for coronavirus to 20 airports

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