Petrol Glut Hits Nigerian Market As NNPC Struggles for Buyers

[This Day] The efforts of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to sustain the availability of petrol in the country with massive importation of product have led to a glut of petrol in the market, with the corporation struggling for buyers…

[This Day] The efforts of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to sustain the availability of petrol in the country with massive importation of product have led to a glut of petrol in the market, with the corporation struggling for buyers, THISDAY's weekend market survey revealed.

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De Lille’s Axing for Radio Comments Like ‘Killing a Fly With a Hammer’, Court Hears

[News24Wire] Patricia de Lille’s removal from the DA for comments made on radio was a “total overreaction” akin to “killing a fly with a hammer”, the Western Cape High Court has heard.

[News24Wire] Patricia de Lille's removal from the DA for comments made on radio was a "total overreaction" akin to "killing a fly with a hammer", the Western Cape High Court has heard.

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DA Can’t Have It Both Ways, De Lille Charges Must Be Tested – Mpofu

[News24Wire] The DA needs to finish the disciplinary process it started against Patricia De Lille, rather than finding “contrived ways” to get rid of her, advocate Dali Mpofu has argued in the Western Cape High Court.

[News24Wire] The DA needs to finish the disciplinary process it started against Patricia De Lille, rather than finding "contrived ways" to get rid of her, advocate Dali Mpofu has argued in the Western Cape High Court.

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African Airlines Record 5.1% Traffic Surge

[Guardian] The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced global passenger traffic data for April 2018 showing that African airlines had a 5.1 per cent traffic increase amidst global slow growth.

[Guardian] The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced global passenger traffic data for April 2018 showing that African airlines had a 5.1 per cent traffic increase amidst global slow growth.

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78% Nigerians Trust the Media in New Edelman Survey

[Guardian] A trust and credibility survey conducted by Edelman Public Relations firm, has revealed that 72 per cent of Nigerians in mainstream institutions of media, government, business and non-governmental organisations consider trust to be the most …

[Guardian] A trust and credibility survey conducted by Edelman Public Relations firm, has revealed that 72 per cent of Nigerians in mainstream institutions of media, government, business and non-governmental organisations consider trust to be the most important factor in the patronage of a product or relationship with an organisation. The survey, which began in 2001, included Nigeria among its sample for the first time this year due to the alliance with Chain Reactions Nigeria.

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Why Ogoni Cleanup May Not Begin in August – Environmentalists

[Guardian] Port Harcourt -An environmental rights group, Social Action, has expressed reservations over Federal Government’s preparedness to commence the cleanup of Ogoni environment in August.

[Guardian] Port Harcourt -An environmental rights group, Social Action, has expressed reservations over Federal Government's preparedness to commence the cleanup of Ogoni environment in August.

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