Daily Archives: January 21, 2013

Business amos akpan

Unless deliberate efforts are made to sincerely develop every facet of aviation simultaneously in Nigeria the sector may continue to grope in the dark and eternally lag behind developed countries. This is the submission of Amos Akpan, managing director of Capital Airlines Limited.

Back Page / Columns

The North is a region in crises: plagued by poverty, riddled with gunmen on the loose, terrorised by Boko Haram insurgents; many Northerners as well as other well-meaning Nigerians, are truly concerned about the travails of the once peaceful and serene region.

Opinion diana wales

As far back as March 2002, the mobile phone of the dead, youthful Miss Milley Dowler, was hacked by somebody at the News of the World newspaper in London. The information extracted from the phone later provided material for the newspaper’s publication of some false leads, arising from the reporter’s

National Apapa accident

Stakeholders and business people around Apapa area of Lagos have virtually cried themselves hoarse over the evident neglect of infrastructure in the area, especially roads. If work begins on the Apapa- Oshodi expressway this week, it would be in response to the public outcry.

National Calabar Imoke

The Cross River Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service is set to deport 16 illegal immigrants. Besides, the Command had arrested a final year student of the College of Education Akamkpa for alleged armed robbery. The monitoring and surveillance team of the service arrested the illegal immigrants during

COVER Orji-Kalu-smile

Former governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kanu, has described those behind the attack on the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Ado Bayero, as mindless. Kalu, in a statement on Sunday in reaction to Saturday’s attack on Alhaji Bayero’s convoy,

Trending Ibinabo-motola-noah-step-gene

Towards moving the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) forward and finding permanent solutions to the many challenges and bickering inherent in the perennially troubled association, its national president, Miss Ibinabo Fiberesima recently embarked on series of meetings with leading lights of the industry.

COVER Emir Ado Bayero

The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Ado Bayero, was yesterday flown out of the country for medical checks, following last Saturday’s gunmen attack. The trip is coming barely 24 hours after some unidentified gunmen attacked his convoy in the state capital, killing three of his aides, three other persons and injuring others.

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