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Kenya’s fuel export grows by 20percent

The government’s introduction of a promotional tariff for exporters in April has enabled Kenya Pipeline Company Limited (KPC) to record a 20 percent growth in exports. According to the company, the tariff is applicable to oil marketers accessing oil for export through its Kisumu and Eldoret depots which are the most economical

Turkish Cargo launches freighter flights to Johannesburg and Madagascar

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            Turkish Cargo is launching scheduled Airbus A330 freighter flights to Johannesburg in South Africa and Madagascar, off the southeast coast of Africa. South Africa sees the majority of its exports going to European and the Americas. These generally consist of machinery, electronic equipment, chemicals and automotive parts. Madagascar exports a wide range of goods, mainly

Nigeria’s First Maritime University to start October —NIMASA DG

ACADEMIC activities of the Maritime University of Nigeria Okerenkoko, Delta State are set to commence in October, 2017. This was disclosed by the Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Dakuku Peterside on Thursday during the celebration of the World Seafarers’ Day tagged ‘Seafarers’ Matters’ held

Malawi and Unicef launch drone air corridor

Malawi has launched Africa's first air corridor to test the use of drones, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, in humanitarian missions in partnership with the UN children's agency, Unicef. Kasungu Aerodrome, in central Malawi, will be used as a test site for aerial scouting in crisis situations, delivering supplies and using drones


Fault develops at Take off             Passengers en-route Abuja were stranded at the Murtala Muhammad International Airport Terminal 2 in Lagos Friday morning. According to our source, MLN gathered that the Aero Contractor aircraft billed to fly to  Abuja developed faults and was noticed just before takeoff. Details coming soon.

NCAA issues 1st drone certificate to Oando PLc

          Oando Plc has become the first private establishment to be issued a licence to operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) popularly called drone in the Nigerian airspace. This was coming after last year’s ban of arbitrary deployment of drones by individuals or organisations in Nigeria, except those who got licences from the Nigerian


          Last week, the government announced that a consignment of 72 metric tonnes of yam would leave Nigeria for Europe and the United States of America today, June 29, 2017 Consumers worry that yam exportation from Nigeria will result in the depletion of the commodity domestically, however, The Minister of Agriculture and