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  • Nigeria Needs $140bn To Fight Climate Change – World Bank

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    The World Bank says that Nigerian Government will need about 140billion dollars to mitigate negative impacts of climate change in the country. Mr Benoit Bosquet, an official of the World Bank, stated this at the Climate Change Knowledge Immersion Workshop (KIW) in Abeokuta on Monday. The workshop was organised  by the World Bank in collaboration…

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  • Abuja Airport Closure: NAMA Upgrades Kaduna Navigation Aids

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    The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, NAMA, said it has commenced the upgrading of navigational facilities at the Kaduna airport, ahead of the closure of Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, for repairs on the runway. Mathew Pwajo, the NAMA General Manager, Safety Management Systems/Quality Assurance, made the disclosure at a news conference on Sunday in Lagos….

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  • 12,000 Nigerians In Germany Face Likely Deportation

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    At least 12,000 Nigerians living in Germany may be deported next year. Germany’s global head of programme, migration and development, Ralf Sanftenberg, disclosed this during a visit to the senior special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on foreign affairs and diaspora, Abike Dabiri-Erewa. According to him, “We have over 37,000 Nigerians in Germany and more…

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    Bad Weather: Nimet Warns Airline Operators

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    The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has alerted airlines on expected reduction in visibility due to harmattan haze. NiMet’s Weather Alert by its Central Forecast Office yesterday in Abuja revealed the warning was for the safety of air travellers. It said that reduction in visibility could disrupt flight operations through cancellations and delays in the next…

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  • Non-listing Of MTN Shares In 2017 Will Affect NSE– Experts

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    Some financial experts have expressed concern that the alleged postponement of the listing of MTN shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) will slow down the listing of other multinationals being wooed by the bourse. The experts said the federal government must do everything possible within its powers to ensure the listing of the company’s…

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  • Security Forces Sweep The Gambia For Barrow’s Return

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    ECOWAS troops entered The Gambia on Sunday to secure President Adama Barrow’s arrival from neighbouring Senegal. The full entry of the troops was caused by controversy over the assurances offered to Mr. Jammeh to guarantee his exit, Africa Review reports. Mr. Jammeh flew out of The Gambia on Saturday, ending 22 years at the helm…

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  • Court Awards N2.1m To ex-Julius Berger Driver As Damages

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    The National Industrial Court in Makurdi on Thursday ordered German construction giant, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc., to pay N2.1 million to its ex-staff, one Mr Innocent Num, as damages. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the N2.1 million awarded was against the N360 million damages the claimant sought following eye injuries he sustained…

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