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Commission of Gtbank payment centre in Lagos


From left: Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, Segun Agbaje; Comptroller General of Nigerian Immigration, Muhammed Babandede and the Executive Director, New Works Solution Ltd, Usman Kuso,during the commission of Gtbank Payment Centre, held at Nigerian Immigration Office, Ikoyi in Lagos. July 26, 2018.

ISPS Code: NIMASA seals Heyden petroleum jetty, NIPCO, others

UGO AMADI

As part of measures to ensure total compliance with the provisions of the International Ships and Ports Facility Security (ISPS) code, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has taken stern measures against three alleged erring facilities namely; Heyden Petroleum Jetty, Index Petroleum Oil Jetty, Waziri Jetty operated by Hemsmor Nigeria Limited, NIPCO in Lagos, while the Pinnacle Oil and Gas Petroleum, Warri, Delta State was also affected by the action.

APWEN opening ceremony of Mayen Adetiba Technical Boot Camp for girls held in Lagos


L-r President Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria,(APWEN) Engr (Mrs.) Felicia Nnenna Agubata ,Special Guest of Honour Immediate Past president Lagos Chamber of Commerce and industry Chief (Mrs.) Nike Onikepo Akande, Mr. Dele Adetiba his wife Past President , Association of Consulting Engineers of Nigeria (Mrs) Mayen Adetiba, National treasurer (APWEN) Engr (Mrs.). Funmi Akingbagbohun, and Engr Ibitoye Adeniran , during the Opening Ceremony of Mayen Adetiba Technical Boot Camp for girls theme ‘ Waste to Technology ‘Organized by (APWEN) held in Lagos yesterday 25/7/2018. PHOTO CHINYERE IKEANYI.

Osinbajo, gov. Ambode meet Maritime Unions ,stakeholders, inspect State of Apapa

Nigeria’s Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday assured that the anticipated reconstruction of the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway would commence within the next two weeks as part of the Federal Government’s resolve to finding lasting solution to the chaos in the Apapa axis.

Google’s free wifi goes live in Unilag, parts of Lagos

Global tech giant, Google, Thursday launched its free Wi-Fi service for Nigerians, the Google Station, in Ikeja, Lekki and other parts of Lagos.The company’s Country Director in Nigeria, Juliet Ehimuan-Chiazor, said this at the second Google for Nigeria event, which took place in Lagos.

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