Showing posts from October 9, 2017

Some Nigerian News Headlines, 10th Oct. 2017

I’ve no plan to contest 2019 poll —Osinbajo

Policemen protest unpaid salaries in Kaduna

Ex-Army chief, Victor Malu, dies in Egypt, Buhari mourns

FG probes 31 suspected monkeypox cases in Lagos, others

Alleged $25bn contracts: Reactions as Baru says no role for Kachikwu, NNPC board in contracts

No single syringe, others in Villa clinic – Aisha Buhari

EFCC charges oil marketers with N7.8bn fraud

NNPC appointment: Agbakoba sues FG for ‘discriminating’ against S’East

Nine policemen, 41 others to face trial for illegal firearms deal

Nigeria attractive to foreign investors despite challenges – KPMG

We’re ready to die in 2019, says Wike

Ambode promises 20,000 houses in three years

Gunmen raid Rivers community, kill 14

Imo woman bathes husband to death with acid

Insecurity: Edo protesters petition Buhari, N’Assembly, demand CP’s transfer

Police recover drugs as another Davido's friend, crew member die


The Nation
Buhari condoles Ghanaian President over gas explosion…


The Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman has reiterated the commitment of the organisation to Safety Standards for all aspects of operations at the nation’s Seaports.

She expressed this commitment in her remarks at the opening ceremony of a Capacity Building Workshop on Minimum Safety Standards for trucks doing business in the Ports jointly organized by the Authority and the Federal Roads Safety Corps in Lagos yesterday. Represented by the General Manager, Health, Safety and Environment(HSE), Mr. Ahmed Yusuf, the Managing Director said that NPA will continue to collaborate with all Agencies in the Ports so as to build effective synergy that will ensure all trucks doing business in the Ports comply with the Safety Standards. The Managing Director commended the organizers of the Workshop while urging Participants to put into practice their knowledge from the Workshop. In a welcome address, the Lagos State Sector Commander of the FRSC, Mr. Hyginus Omeje told…