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Hard times awaits  travellers as Julius Berger  Closes LAGOS- Ibadan Expressway for repairs

Travellers to and from Lagos are in for hectic journeys  during the ember months up till January 2019 as  a section of  the ever  busy Lagos- Ibadan expressway will be closed for repairs According to a statement from the Federal Road Safety Corps Ogun State Sector Commander,  Corps Commander Clement Oladele signed by Route Commander Florence Okpe , FRSC Public ...

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Apapa Command breaks revenue records, hits N65bn in August

By Innocent Orok   The flagship Command, Apapa Customs is recording its first unprecedented revenue feat in its history with a whopping N61.1b  collected as at close of work on Tuesday 28th August 2018. Expectations are high that, the Command will net over  N65b  to government coffers before the end  of the month. The Apapa Command which witnessed a change ...

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Apapa Customs  Nets N210.2bn in 7months as Compt. Bashir Takes Over from Jibrin

By Innocent Orok   The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Apapa flagship Command  has collected a total of  N210,260,123,203.7 billion revenue, including N343.4 million from exports activities between January to July 2018 as against N196,701,774,277.7 billion collected in the  same period of 2017. Briefing Journalists, Comptroller Jibrin Musa, outgoing Area Controller of the Apapa Command made this known today  while handing ...

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Politics: Saraki’s Cries for Justice, Tinubu wants to be President 2023

Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki has said that 2023 Presidential ambition rather than national interest is the real reason why former Lagos State Governor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is supporting President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-election bid in 2019. Saraki who made this disclosure in his response to Tinubu on why he left the All Progressives Congress (APC) said that the former ...

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Stakeholders Task Journalists to Shun Personality Style of Reportage

Stakeholders in the maritime industry have called on Journalists to be constructive in their reportage as a way of nation building and economy development. The appeal was made on recently at the first anniversary lectures and honours organised by Searchlight Media Concept, publishers of Global Searchlight Magazine in Lagos. According to the speakers, objective and constructive reportage which  focus on ...

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