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Court orders Associated Airline to pay Deji Falae’s family N246 million

The Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the Associated Aviation Nigeria Limited to pay the sum of N246m as compensation for the death of a former Commissioner for Culture and Tourism in Ondo State, Deji Falae.

Governor Bindow commences plans to build airport in Mubi

Gov. Mohammed Bindow of Adamawa says his administration has commenced plans to build an airport in Mubi area of the state to boost economic activities in the state.

Dana Airline skids off Port Harcourt airport runway

An aircraft belonging to Dana Airline on Tuesday overshot the runway at the Port Harcourt International Airport, Rivers State.

Aero Contractors test run first locally maintained aircraft

A Nigerian carrier at the weekend made History when it completed a comprehensive check on a locally aircraft.

RwandAir to commence Abuja flight In 2018

The local business community will soon be able to easily explore more Western African markets following the signing of a bilateral air service agreement between the Government of Rwanda and Cape Verde.

Diezani Alison-Madueke forced ex-President Jonathan to sack me, ordered the EFCC to arrest me...

Stella Oduah has sensationally alleged that she was removed as minister of aviation in 2014 at the prompting of Diezani Alison-Madueke, then-minister of petroleum resources, who also allegedly ordered the EFCC to arrest her.

Nigerian Air Force Institute graduates 5,680 students

The Commandant, Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT), AVM Isiyaka Bukar, has urged the National Assembly (NASS) to pass the institute’s enabling bill, to allow it function optimally.

Fed govt sets up panel on port, border security

The Minister of Interior, Mr Abdulrahman Dambazau, on Thursday in Abuja inaugurated a Presidential committee charged with enhancing security at the nation’s borders.

Hostile environment killing aviation industry – Sen. Na’Allah

Senator Bala Ibn Na’Allah representing Kebbi South Senatorial district and Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Aviation has explained that Nigeria has one of the most hostile environments for aviation industry.

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APC, NDLP candidate differ on conduct of Ekiti guber poll

Candidate of National Democratic Liberty Party (NDLP) in the just-concluded governorship election in Ekiti State, Mr. Babatunde Oladapo Alegbeleye and the spokesman of All Progressives Congress (APC), on Wednesday, exchanged verbal invectives over the results of July 14 governorship election in the state.
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Rowdy ‎session in Senate as senators allege President Buhari’s appointments lopsided

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Femi Adesina: Federal government not losing control of security despite challenges

The Federal Government is not losing its grip on the nation’s security despite the recent numerous challenges the nation, including the herdsmen-farmers crisis.

President Buhari names ex-central bank deputy chief as FERMA chairman

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