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NUPENG orders tanker drivers to withdraw from Lagos

Written by on 8 August 2020

The national leadership of the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has ordered petroleum tanker drivers to withdraw their services from Lagos State with effect from August 10. The directive came on the heels of the failure of various authorities in the state to address three major issues causing problems for petroleum […]

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COVID-19: Ajaokuta medical centre shut down

Written by on 7 August 2020

The Management of Ajaokuta Steel Company has reported its index case of Covid-19 and has, therefore, shut down the Ajaokuta Hospital for decontamination. This was contained in a statement issued and posted on the hospital’s notice board on Friday and signed by the hospital’s Deputy General Manager, D.Y. Salisu. The statement read, “You may be […]

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Nigerians must calm down to see progress under Buhari – Adesina

Written by on 7 August 2020

Nigerians must calm down to appreciate the massive leaps under President Muhammadu Buhari, his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has stated. Adesina, in a piece titled “Why we need to calm down” said so much progress have been achieved under the current administration, which many will not appreciate without calming down. Drawing […]

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International flights to resume in weeks –FG

Written by on 7 August 2020

The Federal Government on Thursday said the airports would be reopened to international flights in weeks and not in months. When international flights eventually resume, passengers are expected to arrive the airport three hours before their flights. The government said the prolonged ban on international travels was not punitive but mainly to keep Nigerians across […]

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Concerns as mosques and churches reopen in Lagos

Written by on 7 August 2020

Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Saturday announced the reopening of places of worship at 50 per cent capacity effective August 7. The re-opening after four months religious centres were closed down as a result of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the governor said, followed the downward curve in active cases recorded in the state for some time.

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