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NAMA to operators: no going back on cashless payment

NAMA to operators: no going back on cashless payment

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA)   will not go back on the adoption of the treasury Single Account (TSA) for its transactions, its Managing Director, Captain Fola Akinkuotu, has said. He spoke at a meeting with agents and representatives of operators of non-scheduled flights. The meeting, which held at  the agency’s headquarters in Lagos, discussed, […] …

CBN’s parallel National MfB against microfinance principles – Operators

CBN’s parallel National MfB against microfinance principles – Operators

MICROFINANCE Bank, MfB, operators have condemned plans by Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, to establish National Microfinance Bank, saying it is against one of the principles establishing the industry. Also, the operators challenged the CBN to make public, names of MfBs who secured the intervention funds and defaulted.
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Operators to govt: fix faulty radios at airports

Members of National  Air Traffic Communicators Association of Nigeria (NACAN) have called on the Federal Government to, as a matter of urgency, fix malfunctioning  radio equipment at some airports across the country. They said the epileptic state of radio communication at some airports was making it difficult for pilots to communicate with some aeronautical stations […] …

NCC: operators risk losing out to digitalisation

NCC: operators risk losing out to digitalisation

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has warned operators to shape up in order not to lose grip of the market as digitalisation takes centre stage across the world. Its Executive Vice Chairman/CEO, Prof Garba Dambatta, who gave the warning in Lagos, said emerging digital age offers opportunities for individuals and organisations to grow. “By this,Read More
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Operators promote safety at ports

Operators promote safety at ports

TO celebrate the Global Safety Day, APM Terminals Apapa Limited has embarked on initiatives that will promote safety at Lagos ports The Global Safety Day is an annual international awareness-raising campaign to promote safe and secure working environment for workers. APM Terminal Apapa Managing Director Martin Jacob, who spoke with The Nation, said safety hasRead More
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Lack of regulations to protect indigenous operators in oil and gas logistics a challenge —Eric Opah

Eric Opah is the Managing Director/CEO of Fortune Global Shipping and Logistics Limited. In this interview with OLATUNDE DODONDAWA, he states the challenges confronting indigenous operators in oil and gas logistics sub-sector and suggests what […]
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