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Aviation shakeup: After FAAN, FG replaces NAMA’s MD, Odunowo

Aviation shakeup: After FAAN, FG replaces NAMA’s MD, Odunowo

Barely 48 hours after the replacement of the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria, FAAN's Managing Director, Rabiu Yadudu, the Federal Government has again replaced the acting Managing Director of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, NAMA, Mr. Mathew Pwajok.
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Operators of Osubi  Airstrip make part payment  to NAMA

Operators of Osubi Airstrip make part payment to NAMA

The operators of Warri Airport, otherwise called Osubi Airstrip, Shoreline Oil Services Limited, have made a part payment of N31 million out of its indebtedness of N566 million to Nigeria Airspace Management Agency,NAMA, following the restoration of navigational services to the airport by NAMA.

NAMA says Azman plane did not run out of fuel

NAMA says Azman plane did not run out of fuel

Nigeria Airspace Management Authority, NAMA, Monday said it is not true that Azman Air plane on flight from Kano to Nnamidi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja ran out of fuel after hovering the Abuja Airport for some minutes. The agency added that it does not have record of an Azman plane declaring an emergency that it is running out of fuel.

NAMA reviews automated accounting procedures

NAMA reviews automated accounting procedures

NIGERIAN Airspace Management Agency, NAMA, is to entrench a more effective digital accounting system that would meet the growing demands of the agency. This was disclosed by the Managing Director of NAMA, Capt. Fola Akinkuotu, while speaking at a two-day NAMA Accountants Retreat in Lagos.

ULC strike : Nigerian airspace remains open – NAMA

ULC strike : Nigerian airspace remains open – NAMA

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has assured the general public and airline operators that the proposed strike by the United Labour Congress of Nigeria (ULC) would not affect the operations of the agency.

NAMA canvasses appropriate auto policy

NAMA canvasses appropriate auto policy

CHAIRMAN of Nigeria Automotive Manufacturers Association, NAMA, Mr. Adetokunbo Aromolaran, who also spoke on the policy said if appropriately implemented, it will engender an enabling, stable environment that will attract investors who will establish auto plants in the country.