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UK bans UAE flights, closing world’s busiest international route

The UAE is home to thousands of British expatriates and has been a popular destination for social media influencers during the pandemic, who have created upset in the UK by claiming to have travelled for work and then posting holiday pictures online. The country is currently in lockdown with people told not to travel overseas.

China unveils first Maglev Train Prototype with a design speed of 620km/hr (pictures)

The “super bullet” train is designed to have a speed of 620km/h, developed using a linear acceleration system based on high-temperature superconductors (HTSs).

Tanker, truck drivers damaging new construction on Lagos-Ibadan expressway – Official

The director appealed to truck drivers to stop the road abuse, adding that, overloading endangered both the safety of highways and that of road users.

Nigerian man stranded In Italy for five years, begs to be deported

"I spent four years without a job or receiving any pocket money. I have come to beg everyone in Africa and in Nigeria to please rescue me so I can come back to Nigeria.

Third Mainland Bridge to be shut for 2 weeks as rehabilitation process kicks off – FG

the repairs would not be delayed unnecessarily to allow for smooth traffic.

Boeing 737 passenger plane vanishes over sea after ‘falling 10,000ft’ after takeoff from Indonesia

Around 39 minutes into its journey, the jet lost contact with Malaysia Airlines and crashed at an unknown location killing all 239 people on board.

UAE arrests, detains Nigerians

As you know almost about seven free flights were made available to Nigerians stranded there who registered to return home. Unfortunately some still opted to stay back despite their illegal residency status as despite the fact that UAE has issued several warnings and given deadlines to illegal residents to leave or face their law,

Boeing 737 Max returns to US skies for first time in 21 months

Last month, the Federal Aviation Administration approved changes that Boeing made to an automated flight-control system implicated in crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people in all.

First Boeing 737 max plane gets certificate saying it is safe to fly

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued the certificate, which authorises that particular aircraft to fly, after announcing that Administrator Steve Dickson had signed an order on 18 November allowing the 737 Max to return to commercial service.

Maryland service lane for six weeks in Lagos

“Traffic inward Ojota Bus stop/Maryland from the Ibadan-Lagos Expressway could either proceed to Oworonshoki/Gbagada or descend the loop by Abiola Garden to connect Ikorodu road (inbound Ketu).

Lagos-Ibadan expressway tanker explosion kills two, burnt 35 vehicles

“About 35 vehicles were burnt particularly those parked by the sides of the road, the driver and the motor boy died. We cannot say anything about other casualties now, I will keep you posted,”

Violate traffic law and face the music, Lagos taskforce warns motorists

“It is disheartening to observe that commercial bus drivers and private car owners are in the habit of disobeying all road signs and signals in contravention to the traffic law thereby causing an impediment to free vehicular traffic across the State”

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Sunday Igboho handcuffed inside Cotonou cell, being fed by someone – Lawyer, Salami

“At the moment, Sunday Igboho’s hands are in chains at the police station. This is not good at all.”

Boko Haram kills seven Cameroonian Soldiers, injure scores

NAN reports that the development was the deadliest attack on the Cameroon army in more than 10 months, according to security reports

Flight operations resume after plane crash in Ilorin airport

Passengers onboard reportedly escaped death by the whiskers when the aircraft burst its tyre while landing and a bang affected the cabin which led to luggage falling on them

Gbajabiamila decries poor voters turnout at Lagos LG polls

From what I have seen so far, there is no violence and people are conducting themselves orderly but would have wanted a larger turnout