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Aviation industry experts have projected that the federal government is losing over $6.4 billion annually from non-payment of royalty by foreign carriers.
An aviation expert, Mr Nick Fadugba, has commended the Federal Government for the successful hosting of the just concluded Third International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) World Aviation Forum (IWAF) in Abuja.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said that Nigeria’s infrastructure deficit is not a problem but opportunity for the private sector to exploit and make significant contributions to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has promised to reveal the "naked truth" over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying that he will make a new statement on the case on Tuesday.
The Economic Community of West African States ECOWAS has pledged to extend financial assistance to Nigeria in the conduct of next year’s general elections.
A man in India has died after a group of monkeys threw bricks at him from a tree.
John Ogu has revealed that his Israeli club Hapoel Beer Sheva have opened talks with his agent, Hootan Ahmadi over a contract extension with the club, and he is ready to sign.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has expressed satisfaction with Sadiq Umar's improvement in training after warnings that he should 'improve everything' and fight for his spot in September.
Belgium defender, Thomas Vermaelen, has suffered another injury and will be out of action for several weeks after straining an adductor muscle on international duty.
Three oil-producing states of the Niger Delta on Wednesday secured a landmark judgment at the Supreme Court of Nigeria against multinational oil firms operating in the country.
Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has commended the National Economic Council (NEC) over its recommendation that state governors should declare ‘state of emergency’ in the educational sector.
Literary giant, Prof. Niyi Osundare, on Monday tasked Governor Kayode Fayemi to use his second coming to fight poverty and moral decadence in the state and restore long held values of Ekiti people.
The United States Consulate in Nigeria on Monday in Lagos began a three-day training for defence journalists on national security and military reportage.