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A tanker laden with fuel has reportedly caught fire on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, on the bridge near the Otedola Housing Estate.

Stakeholders: How to arrest spate of tanker accidents

Stakeholders in the nation’s haulage sub-sector have called for a ban on importation of articulated vehicles exceeding 10 years from the date of manufacture into the country.

Police deploy 8,000 personnel over NLC protest in Kaduna

The police have deployed 8,000 personnel across Kaduna State ahead of the protest by the Nigerian Labour Congress over the sacking of 36,000 civil servants by Gov Nasir El-Rufa’i.

Ember months: Kano govt pledges support to reduce road accidents

Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has pledged to support the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), in reducing road accidents in view of the increasing rate of accidents on roads.

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Federal government begins negotiation for acquisition of aircraft for national carrier

Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, announced Tuesday that government has started negotiation for the acquisition of aircraft that would be used to run the planned national carrier.
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Lorenzo Insigne: Cristiano Ronaldo cannot win Juventus games by himself

Cristiano Ronaldo cannot win Juventus games by himself, says Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne, who has admitted he is more of a Lionel Messi fan.

Customs: Boko Haram forces reduction of Borno border transactions

Angbalaga Joshua, the Comptroller of Customs, Borno/Yobe Area Command, has regretted that the nine-year insurgency that ravaged the northeast states of Borno and Yobe had reduced the border transactions from the functional 13 stations to only three, which, he reckoned, merely exist skeletally.