Lagos airport safe for international flights landing, FG assures
The Federal Government has announced that the two runways at the Murtala Muhammad International Airport (MMIA) in Lagos have now been calibrated for CAT III ILS and safe for international flights landing.
Sirika tasks aviation stakeholders on safeguarding Nigerians against deadly diseases
Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has implored stakeholders in the aviation and port health services sectors to close ranks in safeguarding Nigerians and ensuring that the Coronavirus and other deadly diseases are not imported into the country.
Twitter reacts to Lai Mohamed's plan to make NTA compete with CNN
Nigerian's on Twitter have reacted to the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed's request for a $500m to digitalize the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) to enable it compete with big players in media industry globally. The minister has sought the Nigeria Senate committee for Local and Foreign Loans for a sum of $500m out…
‘Approval of $500m loan will rejig NTA to compete with CNN’
Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has pledged to turn around the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) to enable it compete with the likes of Cable News Network (CNN) if the $500m loan the ministry requested is approved.
Why we seek $17b loan from China, by finance minister
Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed, has explained that the Federal Government decided to approach the China-Exim Bank for $17 billion loan when other lending institutions like the World Bank and the African...
At Abuja forum, stakeholders dissect minister’s denial of hate speech bill
Stakeholders yesterday brainstormed on the Protection from Internet Falsehood and Manipulation Bill 2019, otherwise known as the Social Media Bill, discussing its advantages and disadvantages.
Despite evidence, Lai Mohammed denies existence of 'social media bill'
Despite the abundance of proofs about its existence, Nigeria's minister of information Lai Mohammed has said the country is not trying to pass a law that can stifle dissensions. The Protection from Internet Falsehood and Manipulation Bill 2019, otherwise known as the Social Media Bill, if passed, will give sweeping power to the government to…
Coronavirus : FG not considering travel restrictions, says Mohammed
As cases and death toll from Coronavirus continue to rise, the Federal government yesterday said it is not considering imposing any travel restrictions but advised Nigerians that if it is not very essential to travel to South East China, they should not make such trips.
Coronavirus: FG will not stop Nigerians from travelling to China – Mohammed
The Federal Government will not stop Nigerians from travelling to China or any other country where coronavirus has manifested.