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EXCESS CHARGES, OTHERS: Banks refund N23bn, $2.3m to customers

Banks refunded N23 billion  to their customers in eleven months to November 2018, at the backdrop of about 2.75 million complaints against illegal and unauthorised deductions through excess charges, frauds and electronic payment errors.
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How we deployed technology to save Ijora bridge, by contractor

How we deployed technology to save Ijora bridge, by contractor

But for advanced technology deployed in the renovation of the Ijora Seven-Up Bridge, the structure would have been lost, Hallekem Limited Chief Executive Officer Haim Halle has said. Hallekem is the contractor that handled the project. According to the Israeli firm boss, the state of the 325-metre section of the bridge before the renovation wasRead More …

NNPC may finalise negotiations on repair of refineries by month end

NNPC may finalise negotiations on repair of refineries by month end

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) may conclude negotiations with private operators on the repairs of the four refineries by the end of this month, its Chief Operating Officer for Liquefied Natural Gas(LNG) Dividends, Mr Isiaka Abdulrazaq, has said. The refineries are Port Harcourt 1&2, Warri and Kaduna. He said NNPC began negotiations with theRead More …

IATA sees $300m loss for African carriers

IATA sees $300m loss for African carriers

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) sees bleak future for Nigeria and other African airlines next year. It said the continent’s carriers are expected to report a $300 million net loss. The projected loss is a slight improvement of $400 million net loss recorded this year. The global aviation body has also cautioned countries planningRead More …

Collaboration, solution to building collapse, say SON DG, others

Collaboration, solution to building collapse, say SON DG, others

THERE is a need for  collaboration among regulators, associations, consumer advocates,  media and others in the building and construction sector to avoid building collapse, Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) Director-General, Osita Aboloma. Aboloma spoke at the Builders Congress organised by the Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria (CORBON) in Abuja. The event’s theme was: “StandardisationRead More …

Naira up to N364.77/$ in I&E window

The Naira, yesterday, appreciated to N364.77 per dollar in the Investors and Exporters (I&E) window due to a 33 percent rise in the volume of dollars traded.
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SAHCOL seeks cooperation in ground handling services

SAHCOL seeks cooperation in ground handling services

The Managing Director, Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCOL), Basil Agboarumi, has urged ground handling companies to ensure maximum cooperation in order to charge the right charges on services rendered to airlines. He said the ground handling companies cannot operate in isolation of the entire industry and called on the Federal Government to intervene inRead More …

Lagos warns residents against soil pollution

Lagos warns residents against soil pollution

THE Lagos State Government has urged residents to stop soil pollution. Commissioner for the Environment Mr. Babatunde Durosinmi-Etti gave the advice at the World Soil Day in Alausa, Ikeja. The theme of the celebration was: “Be the solution to soil pollution.” Durosinmi-Etti urged the citizens to protect the environment, adding that soil pollution does noRead More …

Airline offers 25% discount for flights from Lagos

Airline offers 25% discount for flights from Lagos

Ethiopian Airlines said yesterday that it  is offering 25 per cent discount on fares to selected destinations from Lagos to all it travel partners. The offer, the carrier said, is one of the ways  of appreciating its esteemed customers and in celebration of the Yuletide season, According to the airline, sale of the discounted faresRead More …

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