COVID-19 Vaccine: Air Peace Pilots, Crew Receive Jabs

The pilots, cabin crew and other customer-facing personnel of Nigeria’s foremost airline, Air Peace, have started receiving the COVID-19 vaccine to help curtail the spread of the virus and give passengers more confidence to fly with the airline. Stanley Olisa, Spokesperson of Air Peace, who disclosed this to journalists on Friday, stated that the vaccine was being administered by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN). Olisa, who commended the Federal Government for making the vaccine available, stressed that Air Peace prioritises the wellbeing and safety of its staff and…

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Re: Issue Of Former Dunlop Industry Now Turned To Prayer Ground Because Of Lack Of Electricity To Run It

By Odo Ijere Who are those in charge of producing and generating electricity since time immemorial?  From NEPA to PHCN to now TCN. It has always been the Fulanis taking charge of this vital infrastructure in Nigeria and unable to run it. They will prefer unskilled, unprofessional personnel so long as they are their brothers to run the institution. Mediocrity, mendacity, and religiosity takes over policies resulting in decay and ruination. You see, to run a mega electricity infrastructure is hitec and hitec requires intellect and knowledge infrastructure. They do…

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Why Insecurity Is Deteriorating In The South East?

By Ikechukwu Amaechi What causes heightened insecurity in the South East? This was the poser five governors and heads of the security agencies in the region raised when they met on Sunday, April 11, 2021 in Owerri during the first South East Security Summit. Many people are asking their own question: Don’t they know the reason? While it will be a surprise that they, indeed, don’t know the answer to the riddle, it is not a surprise that the meeting played the ostrich by approving, as part of 15-point communiqué,…

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Arsenal Reunites With Old Manager, Unai Emery And Villarreal After Humiliating Slavia Prague 4-0

Arsenal saved their best performance of the season for their biggest match. This was a truly outstanding display that leaves them three matches from a return to the Champions League elite. The spectre of failure remains, of course – but less so if they keep playing like this. It was 1995-96 when Arsenal last didn’t play in Europe and with the club mired in mid-table and out of all domestic cups that scenario keeps the stakes high. Mikel Arteta needs to lift a second trophy, the Europa League to go…

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