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AN EFFICIENT TRANSPORT INDUSTRY WILL REDUCE UNEMPLOYMENT- ATACA Chairman

Oru Leonard,Abuja   The Chairman, Abuja Transport and Aviation Correspondents Association (ATACA), Mr. Chris Agabi has said that efficient transport industry will reduce unemployment in Nigeria. Agabi made this statement in a seminar organized by the association in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Transportation, on Wednesday on: “Forging a Resilient Transportation Industry

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HADI SIRIKA

Nigeria to Host Third World Aviation Forum

By ORU LEONARD  The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hardi Sirika said that the International Civil Aviation Organisation  (ICAO) has approved the hosting of the third International World Aviation Forum (IWAF). Senator Sirika announced this to the audience on Thursday when he inaugurated eleven man taskforce to address regulatory issues and charges

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FG Approves Mass Promotion, Postings, Redeployments in Aviation Agencies

By ORU LEONARD This was contained in a press release by the Minister of State, Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika. He stated that as part of efforts to reposition aviation agencies, and with the belief that a well-motivated workforce would result in improved service delivery and optimum productivity, massive clearance of promotion backlogs in

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NiMET emerges first in Africa to get ISO certification 2015, partners with institutions, agencies

-ORU LEONARD, Abuja   The Nigeria Meteorological Agency, NiMeT says the agency has received the 2015 International Standards Organization, ISO certification,  the first meteorological agency in Africa to get the certification. The Director General/ CEO,  Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMET), Professor S. A. Marshi announced this in his remark during the Sensitization Workshop for

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Nigeria To Return To International Maritime Organization Council Soon, APR Says

-Oru Leonard,Abuja Nigeria may soon return to the council of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), following recent efforts of the management of the Nigerian Maritime Administration led by the Director General, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, to bring the country back to leadership position in global maritime community, Nigeria’s Alternate Permanent Representative (APR)

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