LAGFERRY To Increase Daily Trips, Routes During 3rd Mainland Bridge Closure


The Lagos Ferry Services (LAGFERRY) says it will increase daily operations on most of the routes and add two new ones to help commuters during the partial closure of the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos. The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of LAGFERRY, Mr. Abdoulbaq Balogun disclosed this in a statement issued by Mr. Odusina Akeem, the Public Affairs Officer of the firm, on Tuesday in Lagos. Balogun said that the steps were part of the efforts to cushion the effect of proposed partial closure of the Third Mainland Bridge on…

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NPA Refutes Whistle Blowers Claim Of $1bn In Unity Bank, Say Account Frozen Since 2010.

Nigeria Ports Authority

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has refuted claims by a whistleblower that has an account in Unity Bank with a balance of One billion dollars. NPA disputed the claim in a statement signed by its General Manager in charge of Corporate and Strategic Communications, Mr. Jatto Adams. In which the agency said that the account number showcased by the whistleblower does not belong to the agency and that the said balance on the account was wrong. “Media reports based on a petition by one Mr. John Okpurhe to President Muhammadu…

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100,000 Commuters Travel On Lagos Waterways Daily – LASWA

The Lagos State Waterways Authority says between 70,000 and 100,000 commuters use water transport daily in the state. The General Manager of LASWA, Oluwadamilola Emmanuel, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Monday. “On a daily basis, we move between 70,000 and 100,000 people on the waterways. “Every month, the figures range between 1.7 million people and two million people,’’ Emmanuel said. The LASWA boss said that the authority was working hard to increase the number of people using waterways. “One of…

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