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Which International Airlines Are Resuming Flights To Nigeria?

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How Akinwumi Adesina got re-elected as AfDB’s President

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Again, Nigeria Postpones Resumption Of International Flights

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Nigeria’s airports have re-opened to some international airlines.   Nigeria started welcoming back international airlines on the weekend. After six months of banning international flights, Nigeria re-opened both Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport in Abuja and Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos on Saturday. Already, airlines are lining up to fly back into the country. “We …

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As World Bank predicts Nigeria’s impending recession will be worst in 40 years   WATCH (video): HOW TO SURVIVE RECESSION |12 Realistic Ways To Thrive & Survive Economic Downturn. | watch this video: Share and subscribe for more….. https://youtu.be/m_yZH2DoaD0 A new world bank report  has painted a very grim picture of the economy today and …

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Nigeria’s  Akinwumi Adesina has been re-elected as the President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), for another five-year term. The re-election took place electronically during AfDBs’ 2020 Annual Meeting. It was reported Mr. Adesina  disclosed his intentions to run as the multilateral bank’s President for a second time yesterday. Mr. Adesina stressed the need for unity …

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The Federal Government has rescheduled the resumption of international flights earlier slated for August 29 to September 5. The postponement of international flights was announced on Thursday by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). It would be recalled that the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, announced that international flights will resume operation on August 29. The …

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The World Health Organization will next week receive a raft of pledges of support for its plan for COVID-19 vaccines for all. But the agency has already had to scale back its ambition. The United States, Japan, Britain and the European Union have struck their own deals to secure millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses for …

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Dr. Olukayode Ajulo has described the issuance of Executive Order in Nigeria as Encroachment Order. While speaking at the Session tagged “Executive Power and Good Governance” at the ongoing 60th Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association, Dr. Ajulo noted that our Courts have described Executive Order as an order or regulation issued by …

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Pensioners in Oyo State have been presented gratuity cheques amounting to N1.3billion, on Monday. The beneficiaries, that include 449 pensioners living and next-of-kins of 124 dead pensioners, are drawn from those primary school teachers that retired in 2011 and 2012 and from those local government workers that exited service in 2014 making a total of …

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Following the Federal Government’s plans for international airlines to resume operations in the country by August 29 2020, British Airways and a few international airlines have disclosed dates for resumption of operation. While Ethiopian Airlines and Angola Airlines will resume operations on August 29, the British Airways, Air France, KLM Airlines and African World Airways will …

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  The Oyo state government has approved screening of Oyo state pensioners in diaspora through virtual calls otherwise known as video calls. Sunrisebulletin.com reports. The Honourable commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Dr Wasiu Olatunbosun, made this disclosure on Tuesday while speaking with governor’s office correspondents shortly after arising from the 21st state executive council …

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The Nigerian government has announced that international flights will resume on August 29. It also announced the procedures that would be followed for the resumption. The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, announced the new dates for resumption of flights at the bi-weekly Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 briefing on Monday. He said the flight operations would …

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The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, says international flights will resume on August 29, 2020.   Sirika said this in a tweet on Monday.   He tweeted, “Glad to announce the resumption of international flights from the August 29, 2020 beginning with Lagos and Abuja as we did with the domestic flight resumption.   “Protocols …

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  Oyo State government has concluded plans to cover matches of the Shooting Stars football club live on its television and radio platforms in order to further change the fortunes of sporting activities in the State for the better.

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OPINION Kashamu Buruji: deconstructing Nigeria’s “grassroots” politics By Seun Kolade The death of Ogun state Senator, Kashamu Buruji, has generated a lot of comments and reactions in the Nigerian public space. Former President Obasanjo, in his reaction, did not pull punches when he denounced the deceased as one who, in his lifetime, “used the manoeuvre …

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An abandoned newborn was rescued on Saturday after he was dumped in a soakaway on Oyo Avenue, Olorin community in Adiyan, Ogun State. It was learnt that the baby was passed through a hollow space in-between the iron bars on the soakaway cover. Sunday PUNCH learnt children playing around the soakaway around 3.30pm heard the baby …

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The Nigerian government, on Thursday, extended the second phase of the COVID-19 eased lockdown by another four weeks. This extension is the third for the second phase of lockdown currently observed across Nigeria. The extension was disclosed by Boss Mustapha, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, during the daily briefing of the …

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