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Lingering traffic gridlock in Apapa: FG, stakeholders partner to find lasting solution

THERE presently appears to be a ray of hope for an end to the confusion arising from the  traffic gridlock in Apapa and environs. This has been attributed to the Federal Government engaging some stakeholders in a partnership to find a lasting solution to the lingering problem.
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N600m taxes: Rivers revenue agency blocks NDDC office

N600m taxes: Rivers revenue agency blocks NDDC office

Chukwudi Akasike, Port Harcourt The Rivers State Internal Revenue Service has said that its men temporarily blocked the main entrance to the corporate headquarters of the Niger Delta Development Commission because it owed the state government N600m in unpaid taxes. The Executive Chairman, RIRS, Mr. Adoage Norteh, told journalists in Port Harcourt on Thursday that […] …

Hyundai Nigeria begins vehicle service clinic

Hyundai Motors  Nigeria Limited (HMNL) has urged customers to take advantage of its comprehensive 30-day service campaign, which kicked of on April 16 2018 to tune-up their vehicles and avoid undue cessations and unwarranted cost implications. The campaign is scheduled to end next month.The company’s Head of Service, Srinivas Jayaram made this plea in Lagos at the inauguration of Hyundai inclusive vehicle maintenance tagged Hyundai car care clinic.
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NIPOST generates N20.62bn in one year

NIPOST generates N20.62bn in one year

Everest Amaefule, Abuja The Nigerian Postal Service generated a total of N7.04bn from its core operations in 2017, data available to our correspondent have shown. With another N13.58bn generated from electronic stamp sales, the postal organisation actually made a total of N20.62bn in the 2017 fiscal year. A breakdown of the data showed that NIPOST […] …

Cars 45, GAC Motors strike new deal

CIG Motors Co. Ltd, authorized distributor of GAC Motor Vehicles in Nigeria    recently  announced a long term partnership with Cars 45, a foremost online  automobile trading company. The  benefits of the  partnership  is  to offer trade-in  facility for used GAC cars  or  other brands for brand new GAC Motor vehicles. According to Mohammed Iyamu, Vice President Trading, Cars45, “this partnership not only  makes it easy and  increases the acquisition of brand new cars, it also grows the GAC used car market, thereby putting on the roads, a brand  that we can trust to deliver.” 
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NCC remits N49.7bn surplus to FG in three months

NCC remits N49.7bn surplus to FG in three months

Nike Popoola The Nigerian Communications Commission on Thursday said it had remitted N49.79bn to the Federal Government’s Consolidated Revenue Fund in the first three months of this year. According to a statement made available by the commission, this figure represents “payment on account” in respect of operating surplus for the year 2018. The statement explained […] …

Jaguar celebrates 50 years of XJ50 legendary sedan

By Theodore Opara Jaguar is marking 50 years of its flagship XJ luxury sedan – the choice of business leaders, celebrities, politicians and royalty for five decades – with the launch of a new special edition model. Revealed at the Beijing Motor Show, the Jaguar XJ50 celebrates half a century of trademark performance, technology andRead More
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Traders unveil N2bn Africa Tyre Village in Lagos

Traders unveil N2bn Africa Tyre Village in Lagos

Rasheed Bisiriyu Tyre dealers under the aegis of Association of Tyre Marketers on Thursday inaugurated a N2bn Africa Tyre Village at the International Trade Fair Complex, Lagos. Described as the biggest in West Africa, the tyre village made up of 1,000 shops with 32 personal plazas, was said to have been built by the traders […] …

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