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Rescheduled Polls: Aero, Arik slash fares by 50% to encourage voters

Nigerian carriers, Aero Contractors and Arik Air, have introduced promo fares to help Nigerians who wish to travel to go and vote during the 2019 General Elections. The airlines made the announcement in separate statements issued by their spokespersons on Monday in Lagos. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Nigerians are set to go

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FG signs $100m concession agreement with firm for Warri Port terminal

  The Federal Government and a core investor, Ocean & Cargo Terminal Services Limited, on Tuesday, signed a concession agreement for Terminal B of Warri Old Port. This followed the National Council on Privatisation’s approval of the technical and commercial bid of $100.78m submitted by Ocean & Cargo Terminal Services Limited on

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The Online Ticketing for Abuja-Kaduna Rail Line Is Fake- Engr Okhiria

Oru Leonard The Managing Director of the Nigerian Railway Corporation, Engr. Freeborn Okhiria has said that the story circulating that there is online  ticketing for Abuja - Kaduna rail line is fake news. According to him, there is a website circulating on social media for passengers to purchase tickets online saying it’s

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Abuja – Kaduna Train Service Hits N80 Million Monthly- Okhiria 

Oru Leonard The Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) says it generated over N80 million monthly from the Abuja-Kaduna train service in 2018. Engr Freeborn Okhiria, the Managing Director of the corporation disclosed this in Abuja, saying that the figure was higher than the N16 million generated monthly in 2017. The Managing Director however noted

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Nigeria lost $2.8 billion to ‘oil-related crimes’ in 2018, UN says

  The United Nations says Nigeria lost an estimated 2.8 billion dollars in revenues in 2018, mainly due to oil-related crimes. This is according to a new ‘Report by the Secretary-General on the activities of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS)’ on Monday in New York. The report,

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