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NLC Strike: Shipping firm slams N144,000 congestion surcharge on Nigerian importers

Following the recently-concluded nationwide strike embarked upon by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), one of the foremost foreign shipping companies in Nigeria, CMA/CGM has introduced fresh surcharge of $400 (144,000 at prevailing rate of N360/$) on Nigerian importers.

NSC boss tasks shipping lines on govt directives on trade

Mr Hassan Bello, the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), has urged terminal operators to comply with the Presidential Directive on Ease of Doing Business to make Nigerian ports more attractive to shippers.

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Nnamdi Kanu: Court orders Enyinnaya Abaribe, others to pay N300 million

A Federal High Court in Abuja Wednesday ordered Senator Enyinnanya Abaribe and two other sureties to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, to deposit the total sum of N300 million with the registrar of the court in lieu of the bail bond they entered for Kanu.

WHO: 420 million people have diabetes

No fewer than 420 million adults have diabetes, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said, adding that the number has been increasing steadily over the last three decades.

Audu Ogbeh blames middle men for high cost of local rice

Chief Audu Ogbeh, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, has blamed middle men who he accused of inflating the prices of paddy rice, as being responsible for high cost of local or Nigerian rice in the markets.

Central bank: Electronic fraud will hit N6.1 trillion by 2021

Mr Sunday Salam-Alada, Director, Consumer Protection Department, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said electronic fraud losses in the banking system are projected to reach N6.1 trillion by 2021.
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Temitope Alonge: Death from cardiovascular disease is on the rise

Temitope Alonge, the chief medical director (CMD) of the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, says the deaths recorded as a result of cardiovascular diseases is rising.