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Nigeria Airways

2 Nov 2018
No fewer than 2000 ex-workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways Limited have, as at yesterday, received confirmation of Federal Government’s payment of their salary arrears...
10 Oct 2018
The Federal Government will on Monday, October 15, 2018 begin the final verification and payment of entitlements to former workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways. According to a statement by Paul Abechi, the special adviser on media and communications to the finance minister, the payment will last one week simultaneously across Lagos, Kano and Enugu…
27 Sep 2018
Ex-workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways, yesterday, okayed the grant of N22.68 billion recently approved by the Federal Government, though in anticipation of N55.62 billion balance.
26 Sep 2018
Ex-workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways Limited (NAL) are getting set for a fresh verification following the Federal Government’s approval of N22.6 billion for the payment of their entitlements. Mr Godwin Jibodu, the Chairman, Nigeria Airways Elders Forum, confirmed the development on Wednesday at a meeting of the pensioners of the former national carrier at…
25 Sep 2018
The Federal Government has approved the release of N22.68 billion to workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways and N20 billion to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
24 Sep 2018
Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari on Monday approved the sum of N22.68 billion for the payment of retirement benefits to former workers of liquidated Nigerian Airways Ltd.
31 Aug 2018
The outstanding benefits of Nigeria Airways’ workers recently got a hearing at the National Assembly, but in a manner that only raised false hopes. WOLE OYEBADE writes on the fresh huddle and prospects of a respite for over 5000 senior citizens. Rumour of the Senate’s approval of N45 billion brought a huge sigh of relief…
5 Aug 2018
In the 1980s and the early 1990s – the heydays of defunct national carrier, the Nigeria Airways, the airline was a delight to behold and fly. Combining efficiency and profitability, its fleet of about 30 airplanes (of different ranges), covered major Nigerian, African and world cities.
5 Aug 2018
Legally, the Nigeria Airways is still operating because it was set up by an Act, which has not been repealed. So, the workers all have legal rights. Creating Nigeria Air is having two national carriers on the list of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), and International Air Transport Association....
5 Jun 2018
The proposed take-off of a new national carrier in December is unsettling airline operators, with many fearing their investments and operations may crash.
30 Apr 2018
The assertive ‘just like that’ or the question form: ‘just like that?’ is a form of phrasal expression that we are widely familiar with in our beloved country. Just like that has an underlying spirit...
31 Oct 2017
Represented by Nigerian Union of Pensioners (NUP), Nigeria Airways branch, they complained that they were yet to hear from government officials one month after the money was approved at a Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting.


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