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Breaking Pictures! Buhari With ICAO President, Other Aviation Chiefs In Nigeria

President Buhari received in audience the President of International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Dr Bernard O. Aliyu in Statehouse on 4th April 2016, along with aviation chiefs in Nigeria

Development In Aviation, Mirror Of Our Economy, High-flying Nigerian President Told

President Muhammadu Buhari was told on Monday that "the level of aviation development in any country mirrors the economic development of that country" because “Civil aviation is a catalyst for economic development".Mr. Buhari, who has been nicknamed "junketer in chief",...

FAAN Says Airports Under Construction Will Increase Capacity, As ICAO President Visits

The new international terminals under construction in Lagos, Abuja, Port-Harcourt, Kano and Enugu will increase capacity and improve passenger experience at Nigerian airports, the Managing Director of Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) said at the weekend. Mr. Saleh Dunoma...
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The Archbishop of Canterbury replies Nigerian activists over detained New York-based publisher Omoyele Sowore

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd Justin Portal Welby, has responded to an open letter by...
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BREAKING: Trump administration bars Kenya’s former Attorney General, Amos Sitswila Wako, his wife and son from entering USA over corruption

The United States on Monday announced that it was barring Kenya’s Former Attorney General Amos Sitswila Wako from entering the United States...

Jumia suspends e-commerce business in Cameroon

Online retailer Jumia Technologies suspended its e-commerce business in Cameroon on Monday.In a statement the company often...

Switching to renewable energy could save thousands of lives in Africa – Opinion by Leah Burrows, Harvard School of Engineering

By Leah Burrows, Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied SciencesLethabo Power Station is one of...

France returns sword looted from Senegal belonging to 19th century anti-colonial warrior Omar Saidou Tall

France has returned a sword looted from Senegal belonging to 19th century anti-colonial warrior Omar Saidou Tall.
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