FirstNation resumes flight operations

FirstNation Airways says it will resume operations on Sunday evening, one month after it suspended flights to enable the aircraft fleet undergo engine maintenance. The airline made the announcement through its Twitter account which stated that it would resume flights by 4 p.m. on Sunday. The airline announced the suspension of its flights on August…

Copy of News: Arik Air to resume flight operations. Airline industry on the brink of collapse. Recession – Nigerians now drink cheaper beer. Guinness going to South Africa. Sepe drink hands Oyinbo death certificate. 40 Nigeria Headlines.

Arik Air to resume flight operations. Airline industry on the brink of collapse. Recession – Nigerians now drink cheaper beer. Guinness going to South Africa. Sepe drink hands Oyinbo death certificate. Hello Nigeria, this is Breaking Radio. From the headlines and news of major local and international news sources, Breaking presents the Breaking Radio from Lagos; Nigeria’s mega city….

News: Arik Air to resume flight operations. Airline industry on the brink of collapse. Recession – Nigerians now drink cheaper beer. Guinness going to South Africa. Sepe drink hands Oyinbo death certificate. 40 Nigeria Headlines.

Arik Air to resume flight operations. Airline industry on the brink of collapse. Recession – Nigerians now drink cheaper beer. Guinness going to South Africa. Sepe drink hands Oyinbo death certificate. Hello Nigeria, this is Breaking Radio. From the headlines and news of major local and international news sources, Breaking presents the Breaking Radio from Lagos; Nigeria’s mega city….

Passengers stranded as Arik Airline suspends operations

Arik plane Passengers of Arik Airline are stranded across different airports in the country as a result of suspension of operations by the company. An official at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport confirmed this to journalists saying none of the company’s flight had taken off as at 4:15pm on Tuesday. “Passengers are stranded at the…

Edo Gov Poll: NSCDC Deploys 10,000 Personnel, Sniffer Dogs

Commandant General, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Abdullahi Muhammadu, has directed the immediate deployment of 10,000 personnel to Edo, ahead of the September 10 governorship election in the state. The information is contained in a statement issued by the Corps Spokesperson, Emmanuel Okeh, on Friday in Abuja. The NSCDC boss also ordered the…

NOUN Shuts 5 Illegal Study Centres In Lagos

The National Open University of Nigeria said yesterday that it had identified and closed down five illegal study centres operating in different parts of Lagos. The Director, Media and Information of the institution, Malam Ibrahim Sheme, explained that the decision was taken following reports from some concerned Nigerians. He said that NOUN had to constitute…

Insecurity: NAF vows to protect nation’s territorial integrity

Nigeria Air Force emblem The Nigeria Air Force (NAF) has urged its officers and soldiers to keep fit and be ready for deployment or redeployment to various operational theatres to protect the territorial integrity of the nation. The Commander, NAF Base Services Group, Enugu, Air Commodore Ebenezer Alade, gave this charge after the `3rd Quarter…

Chibok girls: Troops block Boko Haram’s supply routes

The Nigerian Army and the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) are tightening the noose round the  neck of Boko Haram  in the Lake Chad area, according to indications yesterday. The troops  have blocked all supply routes to the insurgents in the build-up to the next stage   of liberating the over 200 Chibok girls abducted two…

Navy to localise its training needs

Plans are underway to ensure that all training requirements of Nigerian Navy (NN) personnel are done in country. This development was said to have been borne out of the need for home grown solutions to the security challenges facing the nation as well as the current economic realities. Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) Vice…

Navy reiterates commitment to defend Nigeria’s waterways

Rear Admiral Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas – Chief of Naval Staff The Nigerian Navy has reiterated its commitment to defending Nigeria’s territorial waters for economic prosperity in line with its zero tolerance to maritime illegalities. The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), Vice Admiral Ibok Ete-Ibas, gave the assurance at the graduation ceremony of Senior Officers Course…

NOUN shuts five illegal study centres in Lagos

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) said on Friday that it had identified and closed down five illegal study centres operating in different parts of Lagos. The Director, Media and Information of the institution, Malam Ibrahim Sheme, explained that the decision was taken following reports from some concerned Nigerians. He said that NOUN had…

NASS Willing To Assist ECOWAS Parliament – Sani-Omolori

The Clerk to the National Assembly (CNA), Mohammed Sani-Omolori, has said that there was no alternative to having a harmonious working relationship between Nigeria’s Assembly and ECOWAS Parliament Sani-Omolori disclosed this on Thursday when the General-Secretary of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Parliament, Dr. Nelson Magbegbeola, led a delegation on a courtesy…