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NCAA Sanctions Four Erring Operators

NCAA Sanctions Four Erring Operators

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has sanctioned four erring operators for various degrees of violations. This includes both scheduled and non scheduled operators. During a spot inspection carried out by NCAA Aviation Safety Inspectors (ASI) on those operators, a number of deficiencies, including non implementation of training programmes of maintenance personnel as required, irregularities […]

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Niger-Delta City Protests One Year Power Outage

Niger-Delta City Protests One Year Power Outage

Electricity consumers in Warri, Delta State Wednesday protested the over one year power outage in their areas, DAILY POST can report. The protesters, who are mainly women and youths, are from Idiaregbe, parts of Okere-Ugborikoko road, Okolobeh and Omosihwofa Streets in Warri. The protesters, who wielded green leaves, chanted solidarity songs as they matched through […]

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Journalists Go On Strike

Journalists Go On Strike

An independent union of Sudanese journalists launched a strike Thursday in support of “legitimate” popular demands for freedom and democracy, the latest in a series of work stoppages and protests calling for longtime President Omar Bashir to step down. Tribune reports that a union statement said the three-day strike is also a protest against authorities’ […]

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The Politicians Who Attempt To Buy PVCs

The Politicians Who Attempt To Buy PVCs

Oyo State Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Mutiu Agboke says some desperate politicians are approaching Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) staff to buy Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs). Guardian reports that Agboke, while delivering his keynote address at a seminar organised by Online Media practitioners Association of Nigeria (OMPAN) in the state, said that 914,529 out of […]

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