NIMASA assures Constant collaboration with Police

The Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has stated that effective policing is an essential component of the development and growth process of the Nigerian Maritime sector.

Honda sets aside $605m to settle Takata airbag claims

The Takata airbag scandal affected several companies, but Honda felt its impact the most. Now, the Japanese automaker has agreed to a $605 million settlement to pay for buyers' claims related to the deadly airbags in the US.

Ambode to boost water transport in Lagos with new world-class ferries

Lagos State government will soon acquire world-class ferries to boost water transport services in the state.
The measure is to fulfill the campaign promises of the state governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode.

We shall use force to defend ourselves on duty - Custom boss

The Nigeria Customs Service while mourning the killing of its anti-smuggling operatives, who were gunned down by suspected armed robbers at Dogon Hawa, Katsina State, has promised to reward the officers posthumously.

Ethiopian Airlines plot takeover of Nigeria's flagship fleet


Ethiopian Airlines submit formal offer for Nigeria's largest airline Arik Air
Arik required a government bailout after coming close to collapse
Ethiopian has enjoyed rapid growth but faces unique challenges in Nigeria

FEC approves construction of $5.792b Mambilla power project

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the construction of Mambilla Hydro-Electric Power plant the sum of N5.792 billion dollars.

This was announced during the FEC meeting which was held today at the council chamber in Abuja.

Major shake-up in NNPC

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC Tuesday announced a major shake up with the appointments and deployments of top executives across the value chain of its operations.

Bullion van loaded with cash goes up in flames in Lagos

A bullion van loaded with an unspecified amount went up in flames Tuesday under Ojota bridge, Lagos .
Report said that the van was driving inward toll gate, apparently to disburse the money in some banks when the unexpected happened.

Owerri hit by crisis, as Okorocha demolishes market

Traders clash with security operatives

How to achieve sustainable development goals initiative, by Obi

Anambra State former governor, Mr. Peter Obi, has advised Nigeria to take leadership seriously if it hoped to achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals' initiatives by the year 2030.