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20 Dec 2021
The Council of Maritime Transport Union Association (COMTUA) has urged a stop to incessant and unwarranted seizure and arrest of trucks belonging to its members and collections by operators
23 Jun 2021
There are concerns among the freight forwarders operating in Lagos ports that the challenges currently facing ‘Eto’ platform may worsen the cost of haulage.
13 Jun 2021
When president Mohammadu Buhari visited Lagos seaports to inaugurate the deep blue project on Thursday, the protracted Apapa traffic gridlock that has defied nearly every solution disappeared...
18 Sep 2019
Truck owners under the aegis of Corporate Fleet Truck Owners Association have hailed the current respite on the ports access roads following a well coordinated call up system that moderated vehicles into the seaports.
27 May 2019
Truck owners have lauded the Federal Government’s withdrawal of the Naval and other military formations from controlling traffic at the Apapa Port.

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Workers faced record abuse of their labour rights in the past year, from union bans to violence and murder, the International Trade Union Confederation said on Tuesday.
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Scotland's government on Tuesday drew the battle lines for a legal and political tussle with London as it announced plans to hold a second independence referendum on October 19, 2023.
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The European Union's drug regulator said on Tuesday it had started formally reviewing the use of a smallpox vaccine to treat a growing number of cases of monkeypox. Imvanex was authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in 2013 for smallpox, but its maker, Danish firm Bavarian Nordic, did not apply at the time for…
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Nigerian gay seeking asylum in the United Kingdom (UK) is among persons that are facing imminent deportation to their home countries. The Guardian UK reported that mothers and grandmothers, some of whom have lived in the UK for decades, are among those facing deportation to Nigeria and Ghana on a controversial Home Office charter flight…
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Senate President Ahmad Lawan has said that efforts will be made by the National Assembly to amend the electoral act to serve as a safeguard against weaknesses identified in the law.