Maritime: Nigerians laud repositioning, return to global stage

Recent landmark achievements made by the new management of Nigeria’s apex maritime regulatory body, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) at repositioning the sector known to be Nigeria’s second highest revenue earner after the Oil & Gas sector has been applauded by industry players and port operators alike. Most of the Nigerians who are key players in the Nigerian maritime industry, told Sunday Telegraph in separate interviews this week, said that the would soon realize its potentials if the momentum is sustained. This came as Nigeria’s Alternate Permanent…

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Confusion as Queen’s College remains shut

Minister orders resumption of WASCE candidates as ‘day students’ There is palpable confusion over the fate of students who are supposed to commence the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) at Queen’s College, Yaba, Lagos, this week, following the outbreak of diarrheoa leading to the death of two students These are not the best of times for the management and students of Queen’s College, Yaba, Lagos. Less than one year after the college was engulfed in crisis over allegation of sexual abuse of one of its pupils by a…

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Pollution: Death hovers on Ile-Ife

  Enveloped by plumes emitted by a steel scrap recycling company, located at Fashina Area of Ile-Ife, Osun State, researchers have confirmed that sooner than later, dwellers of this community may begin to develop emission-induced terminal diseases, except something drastic is done. MOJEED ALABI, who was in this community for one week, reports       Prior to his appointment as a guard at the palace of the Oba of Fashina community in Ile-Ife in 2012, Mr. Sunday Amadi, from Akpoa village, Ebonyi State, his wife, Grace and their three…

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