Non-governmental organisation CLEEN Foundation said it has joined forces with the United Nations’ Women Organisation (UNWomen) and the Italian government to launch a project against trafficking of women and girls, as well as forced migration. The novel project launched on Thursday in Abuja and titled "Preventing forced migration and trafficking...
Lufthansa has drawn up a plan to prevent an insolvency should a virtual extraordinary shareholders’ meeting on Thursday fail to approve a $10 billion government bailout, a company source told Reuters on Wednesday. The German government could still get a 20% stake, as originally planned, in two steps without the...
Private Jets Nigeria (aviation service provider), has disclosed that the association had suffered five billion dollars financial lose due to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. Omotade Lepe, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the association, disclosed this during the Luxury Reporter Facebook live series with the theme: ” The Private...
Scandinavian carrier SAS said on Friday it was to resume flights to 20 more destinations in Europe, amid the easing of coronavirus measures. From its hub in the Danish capital Copenhagen the airline plans after mid-June to resume flights to 16 destinations in Belgium, Croatia, the Faroe Islands, France, Germany,...
After much ado about the disrespect for the ban on inter-state travel and news about security personnel and how they disrespect commuters, make brisk business of the situation, Quick News Africa decided to find out for itself. The first step was finding out how much a trip to Enugu would...
For allegedly breaching a contract entered into,a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ordered Air France to pay N500,000 as damages to a Lagos State High Court judge, Mrs Beatrice Adesuwa  Oke Lawal and her husband, Chief Bayo Lawal. Justice Saliu Saidu gave the order in a suit filed...
The Akwa Ibom State government continued, on Tuesday, added a fourth aircraft to the fleet of the state-owned Ibom Air. Speaking during the delivery of a Bombardier CRJ 900 aircraft, the governor, Udom Emmanuel said that the aircraft was still within warranty of planes in the domestic aviation and that...
The cruise ship solely responsible for about 10 per cent of all coronavirus cases and more than a quarter of COVID-19-related deaths in Australia has finally left the country. The ill-fated Ruby Princess, owned by British-American operator Carnival Cruiseline, had been moored at Port Kembla, 100 kilometres south of Sydney, since April 6 following...
SafariBookings.com, an online marketplace for African safari tours, has conducted a second survey which involved 443 safari tour operators to ascertain the impact that the coronavirus is having on the safari industry. It revealed that almost all tour operators are experiencing a decline of 75% or more in bookings. This is...
The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency NIMASA , Dr. Bashir Jamoh has announced that following the current outbreak of COVID-19 and the need to mitigate the spread especially through shipping activities, , the Agency has developed Guidance to support all types of ships that...
The Federal Airports Authourity of Nigeria (FAAN) said that passengers could still travel within Nigeria in spite of the suspension of international flight operations. Mrs Henrietta Yakubu, the General Manager, Corporate Affairs of FAAN, said this in a statement in Lagos on Tuesday. Yakubu said: “We also use this opportunity to...
The Ogun Command of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Tuesday said it will enforce the regulation of social distance directive to further prevent the spread of Coronavirus outbreak in the country. The Sector Commander, Mr Clement Oladele, disclosed this in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in...
The Curator, National Museum of Unity, Ibadan, Dr Amos Olorunnipa, has reiterated the museum’s commitment to improving galleries and findings and the training more staffers in 2020 to boost tourism in Nigeria. Olorunnipa talked with NAN in Ibadan on Tuesday. He said that there were plans to establish a zoological...
Mr Abdullahi Muhammad, the outgoing Chairman of National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has been honoured by the Establishment for African Non-Arab Pilgrims known as Mu’assa’sa for his contribution to Hajj administration in Nigeria. Mrs Fatima Usara, NAHCON Head of Public Affairs, disclosed this on Thursday in a statement in...
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) Cautions Pilots, Operators On Harmattan Haze. The NCAA General Manager, Public Affairs, Mr. Sam Adurogboye, made the call in a statement issued in Lagos on Tuesday, the spokesman said that it had become necessary to ensure safe flight operations in Nigeria airspace. Adurogboye said...
Two migrants are missing from a boat that collided with a Greek coastguard vessel in the Aegean on Wednesday. The state broadcaster ERT reports that the boat with 34 on board was sailing from the Turkish coast towards the Greek island of Kos.
The President of the Chartered Institute of Transport Administration of Nigeria (CIOTA) Dr. Bashir Jamoh has said that the signing into law the Act establishing CIOTA by President Muhammadu Buhari ushers in a new direction for the entire transport sector of Nigeria. Dr.  Jamoh who...