| Friday, April 3, 2020 |
COVID-19: 637 Europeans evacuated, Reps make case for aviation workers
A total of 637 Europeans were on Thursday evacuated through the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. While 238 Germans were evacuated by Lufthansa, Air France evacuated 399 French and Dutch citizens; 142 were earlier picked from Cotonou, the Benin Republic and 257 others joined the flight at the MMIA….read more.
Foreign reserves shed $3.02bn in three months
The country’s foreign reserves have continued its downward trend dropping by $3.02bn from $38.53bn on January 2, 2020, to $35.51bn as of March 27, 2020, latest statistics from the Central Bank of Nigeria have revealed…..read more.
Power supply rises to 4,257MW as plants receive gas
The Transmission Company of Nigeria has announced an improvement in power generation following the supply of gas to thermal power plants….read more.
Nigeria, others witness slow Internet speed as submarine cable cuts
Subscribers, especially data customers may experience service disruptions, slow speeds, among other challenges as a result of damages to a submarine cable system on the Atlantic sea….read more.
Airlines to burn $61 billion cash reserve in Q2
Worst-hit by the coronavirus disease pandemic, global airlines have been estimated to burn through $61 billion of their cash reserves during the second quarter ending 30 June 2020….read more.
Covid-19 to cost Nigeria $760m, 91,380 aviation jobs
The impact of coronavirus disease pandemic on aviation countries was again measured yesterday with Nigeria recording one of the largest potential losses in the continent….read more.
NNPC Appoints Allianz, Custodian Assets’ Underwriters
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), has appointed Allianz Nigeria and Custodian & Allied as lead underwriters for its insurances in 2020/2021 business year….read more.
The Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19 Has Joined Efforts to Fight Against Coronavirus
The Nigerian Private Sectors under the umbrella body of the Coalition Against Coronavirus (CACOVID), on Wednesday, March 25, 2020, confirmed their joint efforts to fight the virus and minimise its negative socio-economic consequences….read more.