Etisalat Nigeria Says Name Change Will Not Affect Operations
Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Ltd. (EMTS) trading as Etisalat Nigeria on Tuesday informed its customers that the change of brand name will not affect its operations. Mr. Ibrahim Dikko, the Vice President, Regulatory and Corporate Affairs, EMTS, made this known in a statement. Dikko said that EMTS was aware of recent news reports regarding Etisalat… (0 comment)

Miss Exquisite Nigeria
Miss Exquisite Nigeria is a yearly National event organised by FESTAC NIGERIA, to discover young Nigerian ladies ready to make a difference with class, elegance & intellect via an online poll of naturally beautiful Nigerian ladies submitted by agents of FESTAC NIGERIA worldwide.   The pageant holds yearly at the artiste village of the historic… (0 comment)

Photos To Mark Nigeria At 56 from Miss New Nigeria World 2016, Queen Christiana Kalu
Most Celebrated beauty queen this Year, Queen Christiana Kalu, Miss New Nigeria World 2016 has released some exclusive photo to mark Nigeria at 56. In her words, “Let us come together to facilitate our glorious nation and feel proud to be Nigerians. Happy Independence Day!” Comments comments Tags: Queen Christiana kalu Source link… (0 comment)

Former Nigeria leader Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday in Kano dismissed calls by those advocating the division of the country. Obasanjo, who was speaking when he visited Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje at the Government House to commiserate with the people of Kano over the death of Maitama Sule, urged those of a division mindset to purge their… (0 comment)

The Miss New Nigeria World (MNNW) pageant which has become a household name both home and abroad is now officially on the lookout for the NEXT NIGERIANS MOST PROMINENT AMBASSADOR. Classic Creative Media the organizers has revealed that this year’s event will be particularly exciting and spectacular. With lots of prizes lined up, as the… (0 comment)

Arik Air Cancelled 68.5% Of All International Flights iOut Of Nigeria in First Quarter Of 2017 –NCAA Report
The troubled Nigerian carrier, Arik Air leads the pack in the number of airlines that canceled flight operations on the international routes in the first quarter of 2017 with 68.5 per cent, a report from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has revealed. Between January and March 2017 total flights operated by international airlines into… (0 comment)
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