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Nigeria: The Universal School Of Aviation Has Emerged The Most Innovative School In West Africa For 2016

The Universal School of  Aviation, Lagos won the  award for West Africa’s most innovative aviation school of year 2016. The winner  was announced during the award/dinner which held at the Banquet Hall of Sheraton Hotels and Towers, Lagos and had in attendance key players in West Africa’s educational sector. Also present at the dinner were rectors, directors
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Nigeria: Transparency Initiative petitions Buhari over ‘illegalities’ in Aviation College

An advocacy group, Transparency Initiative, has petitioned President Muhammadu Bbuhari over alleged rot in the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, NCAT, Zaria. The group, in a petition by three legal practitioners, Nnaemeka Amaechina, George Nwahajioke and Taiwo Adegbite, said the college was deviating from its statutory role, function and the legacy left behind by the
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Nigeria: Lack of Aviation Fuel Makes Operators Turn To Ghana

Nigeria’s neighbouring country, Ghana is fast becoming a hit for foreign airlines in West Africa following the high foreign exchange and scarcity as well as high cost of aviation fuel in Nigeria. Already, some airlines now refuel from Accra, the Ghanaian capital, where aviation fuel is relatively cheap with a “less cumbersome” exchange rate system. The
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Tourism: Ghana

Are you visiting Ghana for the first time? To make your visit more fun we have listed some of the must meals you must have on this trip. Jollof Rice This meal is a must have. Like seriously, you don’t want to miss the Ghanian Jollof rice. . The Jollof is a favorite rice dish in
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International: Emirates airline plane makes emergency landing at Dubai International Airport after mid-air fire

Emirates Airline on Wednesday said an “accident” occurred involving a plane arriving in Dubai from India, as video footage showed an aircraft on the tarmac engulfed in smoke. The airline said there were no fatalities among the 282 passengers and 18 crew on board the Boeing 777 aircraft, updating an earlier figure. “All passengers and
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