The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Agency (Task Force) has impounded 125 motorcycles from operators for flouting traffic regulations and for security reasons.
‘Transport sector contributes only two per cent to GDP’
Founder of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF), Dr. Boniface Aniebonam, has described the transport sector as a goal-mine, but with the abysmal low contribution to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
FG calls for caution as work begins on Kara axis Monday
The Federal Government has appealed for patience and understanding of road-users and residents along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, as massive repair work continues on the highway.
A week-long of traffic chaos, hell on Lagos highway
Something must be wrong with us as black people,” the fairly old man murmured as he shoved his way through the pedestrian traffic. “Maybe it is in the air we breathe. Just look at that,” he gestured with disgust at the lock jam.
Illicit trade drains $2.2 trillion from global economy
There is an urgent need to jointly combat illicit trade across borders, going by the revelations by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), that economic leakages from illicit trade created a drain of about $2.2 trillion yearly on the global economy.
Tackling unholy pacts in air travel business
Aviation’s bilateral or multilateral pact is to enhance global air travel business and create win-win for the parties. But when such an agreement is skewed against a partner and a rip-off, then it is time for a contract review or notice to quit.
Three cities to have a fab summer in Nigeria
Ready, set? Summertime! It is now officially summertime and do you have any exotic summer plans? Or, did you have one and the visa gods decided to hinder your glory?
How Ghana is wooing the rest of the world with tourism
The West African nation of Ghana, once known for its gold, is looking to other natural assets to attract the world to its coast. In the past few years, there's been an attempt by successive Ghanaian governments to make the country become a centre for sub-regional travel and hospitality in order to bring international tourism…
Waiting for national air carrier
In 2003, the Olusegun Obasanjo administration liquidated Nigeria Airways, the government-owned national carrier, because it had failed as a business.
Travelstart in strategic partnership with HarbourVest
Travelstart, one of Africa’s leading online travel company, has announced a new partnership with global private markets investment firm HarbourVest, with $58 billion under asset management. HarbourVest will support Travelstart’s further expansion in geographies and growth in new verticals in the continents $194 billion tourism and travel market. The investment comes on the back of…