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353 Nigerian Doctors Employed By UK in T...

353 Nigerian Doctors Employed By UK in Three Months Amid Ongoing Strike In ...

About 353 Nigerian doctors have migrated to the United Kingdom to work in the last 100 days. According to Punch, checks on the website of the General Medical Council – the body which licenses and maintains the official register of medical practitioners in the UK – showed that the GMC licensed... read more »

Buhari Travels To New York For UN Assembly
Buhari Travels To New York For UN Assemb...

Buhari Travels To New York For UN Assembly

President Muhammadu Buhari will on Sunday travel to New York to participate in the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. According to Femi Adesina, presidential spokesman, Buhari will address the Assembly during the General Debates on Friday, September 24 when he will speak on the... read more »

COVID-19: FG Adjusts Restriction on Foreign Travellers
COVID-19: FG Adjusts Restriction on Fore...

COVID-19: FG Adjusts Restriction on Foreign Travellers

The Federal Government has relaxed a restriction on foreign travellers without evidence of payment for their COVID-19 PCR test. In a memo by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority obtained by our correspondent on Sunday, foreign airlines were asked to board passengers without evidence of payment for... read more »

Buhari Spends N41bn on Presidential Fleet Despite Promise To Cut Cost
Buhari Spends N41bn on Presidential Flee...

Buhari Spends N41bn on Presidential Fleet Despite Promise To Cut Cost

The President Muhammadu Buhari administration has so far expended N41.9bn to maintain the Presidential Air Fleet contrary to the promise Buhari made during the 2015 presidential election campaigns to reduce waste in governance by downsizing the presidential fleet. As of October 2016, when the... read more »

Air Peace’s 12-hour Flight Delay Causes Protest At Lagos Airport
Air Peace’s 12-hour Flight Delay Causes ...

Air Peace’s 12-hour Flight Delay Causes Protest At Lagos Airport

Air passengers were forced to protest at the Murtala Muhammad Local Airport in Lagos on Thursday night as Air Peace delayed their flight for several hours. The commuters complained that their flight was rescheduled without prior notice by the airline from 8am to 8pm. This comes on the heels of the... read more »

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Why We Banned UAE Flights - FG

Why We Banned UAE Flights – FG

The Federal Government has debunked reports that the United Arab Emirates placed a travel ban on Nigerian flights, noting that the Nigerian Government placed a ban on the UAE first due to... read more »

Kaduna-Abuja Train Breaks Down, Leaves Passengers Stranded in Bush

Kaduna-Abuja Train Breaks Down Again, Leaves Passengers Stranded in the Bush

The Kaduna-Abuja train has currently broken down in Dutse, Kaduna, for hours leaving hundreds of passengers stranded. According to an Assistant National Secretary of the Nigeria Union of... read more »

Zaria Bound Train Derails in Kaduna

Zaria Bound Train Derails in Kaduna

A train that took off from Lagos State to Zaria has derailed in Kaduna, African News Today has gathered. There were no injuries as the train which was laden with water pipes derailed at... read more »

Femi Adesina: Hounding the President, Will They Ever Learn?

Femi Adesina: Hounding the President, Will They Ever Learn?

From Sunday afternoon till evening, I was harried and harassed with phone calls by some people in the media. Can you please confirm the health status of President Muhammadu Buhari? He came... read more »

IPOB/MASSOB asylum: UK replies Federal Govt, Says Offer is to Protect those who Need It

IPOB/MASSOB asylum: UK replies Federal Govt, Says Offer is to Pro...

The United Kingdom has disclosed that all asylum and human rights claims from Nigerian nationals are considered on their individual merits in accordance with its international obligations. The... read more »