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Reckless Drivers in Zamfara to be Sentenced to Death – Matawalle
Reckless Drivers in Zamfara to be Senten...

Reckless Drivers in Zamfara to be Sentenced to Death – Matawalle

Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamafara State has threatened to reintroduce death penalty for reckless drivers in the state, after the mishap that led to the death of 16 people on Wednesday. A truck had lost control and ran into four vehicles transporting supporters of Matawalle along Gusau/Funtua... read more »

Crashed Lagos Helicopter Has no Black Box – Investigation Bureau
Crashed Lagos Helicopter Has no Black Bo...

Crashed Lagos Helicopter Has no Black Box – Investigation Bureau

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has said that the Bell 206-B3 that crashed on Salvation Road, Opebi in the Ikeja area of Lagos State has no black box. Investigation has started without the black box, revealed AIG, the investigating body in charge of all air-related mishaps in Nigeria. The... read more »

Breaking: Two Dead as Helicopter Crashes in Lagos
Breaking: Two Dead as Helicopter Crashes...

Breaking: Two Dead as Helicopter Crashes in Lagos

A plane has crashed in Lagos, Nigeria leading to the death of the pilot and one passenger. Reports say one person was rescued alive from the Quorum Aviation owned helicopter, Sahara Reporters reports. Eye witness account say the crash took place around the Salvation Bus-stop area of Lagos. The... read more »

Aisha Buhari Confirms Escaping Plane Crash
Aisha Buhari Confirms Escaping Plane Cra...

Aisha Buhari Confirms Escaping Plane Crash

Wife of President Muhammadu Buhari, Aisha Buhari has confirmed escaping a plane crash while returning from a medical trip abroad. The first lady disclosed the development in a post on her official Facebook page. Her statement confirms earlier reports of the first lady been involved in a plane... read more »

Lai Mohammed Justifies Borrowing to Finance Infrastructure
Lai Mohammed Justifies Borrowing to Fina...

Lai Mohammed Justifies Borrowing to Finance Infrastructure

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has justified government’s borrowing to finance infrastructure, saying there is nothing bad with it. He disclosed this while on an inspection tour of the Lagos-Ibadan railway project. According to Mohammed, “We didn’t borrow money for... read more »

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Enugu Airport Fence Destruction: FG Vows to Bring Perpetrator to Book  

Enugu Airport Fence Vandalism: FG Vows to Bring Perpetrator to Book  

  Says it will deploy all lawful means to protect national security asset Aviation Minister applauds Buhari, Ugwuanyi’s intervention   The federal government, on Thursday,... read more »

Air Peace Reconsiders, Recalls Sacked Pilots as FG intervenes

Air Peace Reconsiders, Recalls Sacked Pilots as FG intervenes

The management of Air Peace Airlines has reconsidered its earlier decision to sack about 70 pilots following the intervention of the Federal. The recall of some of the sacked pilots was... read more »

I Ask for Some Patience With the Acquisition of Equipment – Buhari

I Ask for Some Patience With the Acquisition of Military Equipment – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has asked Nigerians to be patient with his administration as he strives to equip the military against security threat. Buhari made the call in a tweet on his... read more »

Eased Lockdown: PTF Ratifies Gradual Reopening of International Air Flights in Weeks

Eased Lockdown: PTF Ratifies Gradual Reopening of International Air Flights in Weeks

The Boss Mustapha led Presidential Task Force (PTF), on COVID-19 has signed off on gradual reopening of international air flights and train services across Nigeria in weeks, and not... read more »

FG Extends Phase Two Lockdown by Four Weeks, Retains 10pm Curfew

FG Extends Phase Two Lockdown by Four Weeks, Retains 10pm Curfew

President Muhammadu Buhari has ratified the extension of the phase two lockdown measures in response to COVID-19 by another four weeks. This implies that all guidelines introduced to curb the spread... read more »