Communications Sway: Firm Introduces IT Solution

Integrated Oil and Gas, a resourceful and household name in the Nigerian and International downstream sector in a bid to enhance the customer and client relationship

FAAN Restores Power Supply at MMIA, 21 Others

The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has restored the electricity power supply to all terminal parts of Murtala Muhanmed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos,

NIMASA Allays Stakeholders’ Doubts on Concession

The Nigerian maritime industry is reaping bountifully from the application of ICT in coastal surveillance following the outsourcing of the specific function to a private

NAMA Aims @ Safe Airspace-Atobatele

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has declared unalloyed interests to ensure safety in the nation’s airspace. Nigeria CommunicatonsWeek can report that the

NAHCO Receives N2Bn Equipment for Transformation

As part of its ‘transformation’ project agenda aimed at positioning the Nigerian aviation industry, the Nigerian aviation handling company, (NAHCO Aviance) last week

eMoney, NIS: One Network, NIPOST target 50,000 links

In line with the recent licensing of mobile money operators by the Central Bank of Nigeria, One Network and the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) have entered a

Why Senate suspended FRSC New Number Plates, Licence

Several reasons were given by the Senate that led to barring of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) from further issuance of new number plates. Top on the list of

FAAN Moves to Contain Threats to Airport Gadgets

The increasing wave of insecurity in the country, the airports inclusive, impelled the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) in Lagos State to urgently reduce the

Bill on Customs Reform Passes 2nd Reading

The thrust for a review of the Nigeria Customs Service operations gathered momentum at the lower the National Assembly recently, following the lower chamber endorsement

Customs, Agents in Crossroad over N1 Trillion Targets

With the urge to meet the 2012 self imposed revenue target of N1 trillion, the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) may have found itself at crossroads with the licensed