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Kenya Airways To Cut Flights Over Shortage Of Pilots

Kenya Airways To Cut Flights Over Shortage Of Pilots

National carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) is set to cut flights on a number of its routes due to a shortage of pilots in a move which could result into a bitter brawl between the airline and the pilot’s union. The airline’s director of operations Paul Njoroge in a letter addressed to the Kenya Airlines Pilot […]

Traffic Hits Kenya As Biggest Ferry Breaksdown

Traffic Hits Kenya As Biggest Ferry Breaksdown

Traffic woes rocked the Likoni Channel in Mombasa on Wednesday morning after Mv Jambo, one of Kenya’s biggest ferry, broke down. Motorists and pedestrians seeking to cross the Indian Ocean to South Coast were forced to queue for long hours to get transport. Mv Jambo is one of the biggest ferry that the Kenya Ferry […]

Rant of The Day – Bus Sleepers

Rant of The Day – Bus Sleepers

Welcome to the rant column Hello, ladies and gentlemen of this house, We have kick started 2018 in full glare and that’s no news but I just feel some people need to grow up above their traits in 2017. Please, I know you are tired and stress can be a no-brainer at how it can […]

Rant Of The Day – Na Government Cause Am

Rant Of The Day – Na Government Cause Am

Welcome to rant column In this country I have realised that we like shifting blames, we like being irresponsible to ourselves and our fellow citizens which is very annoying. Recently, I thought about something that has been happening to passengers and I realised that these commuter drivers are just being heartless, ruthless and looking for […]

Rant Of The Day – Who Employed These Staff?

Rant Of The Day – Who Employed These Staff?

Welcome to the rant column. Today, I am writing on something that I have noticed so well in our country, Nigeria. You might have seen this, if you commute via public transportation very well., You will know the ”Staff”. The uniformed men are usually called ”staff”. Who are they? and what do they do for […]

Osinbajo Assures On Kaduna Airport’s Readiness For International Flights

Osinbajo Assures On Kaduna Airport’s Readiness For International Flights

The Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo yesterday assured foreign and local airlines of the completion of ongoing work at the Kaduna International Airport before March 8, when the Abuja Airport will be closed to air traffic to allow for its runway rehabilitation. Fielding questions from Journalists, after an on the spot assessment of the airport in […]

Govt Releases N72 Billion For Lagos-Ibadan Rail Line

Govt Releases N72 Billion For Lagos-Ibadan Rail Line

The Federal Government of Nigeria has released N72 billion as its counterpart funding for the construction of the Lagos-Ibadan rail line. The money released is what is required to access a loan from the Chinese government for the project to kick off. The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, stated this on Monday during the Quarterly […]

Boat Accident In Lagos – Father, Mother, Son Missing

Boat Accident In Lagos – Father, Mother, Son Missing

The Police in Lagos on Thursday declared missing a father, mother and son after two boats collided in Badagry area of the state. A statement by the police spokesperson in Lagos State, Dolapo Badmos, said the actual number of passengers aboard the ill-fated boats was yet to be ascertained. “At about 8: 30 pm on […]

Uber Slashes Taxi Fees in Turf War With Safaricom’s Little

Uber Slashes Taxi Fees in Turf War With Safaricom’s Little

American online taxi hailing company Uber has slashed its charges in Mombasa just days after Safaricom-backed rival, Little, announced its entry into the coastal city. The new charges that took effect Thursday will see the San Francisco-based e-hailing firm charge riders Sh35 per kilometre down from Sh50. The firm has also reduced its charges per […]

US Carrier, United Airlines, Stops Flights To Nigeria

US Carrier, United Airlines, Stops Flights To Nigeria

United States carrier, United Airlines, will stop flying to Nigeria next month, ending operations on its only African route because of weakness in the energy sector and difficulties in repatriating money from tickets sold in the country. This came barely six weeks after Spain’s national carrier, Iberia Plc, stopped flights to Nigeria, citing dwindling passenger […]

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