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WELCOME TO 84Global Ltd. Car sales 84Global Ltd has been selling quality used cars and new since 2001. Our aim is to satisfy all customer needs by offering easy finance options, interstate delivery services, quality affordable vehicles, extended warranty and much more.

Car sales 84Global Ltd has a fantastic small team of experts who can help with all your needs to make the next purchase of your used and new vehicle an easy and pleasant experience

All vehicles sold by Car sales 84Global Ltd come with a roadworthy certificate issued by a licensed independent motor mechanic so we know you will drive away with confidence.

  • From #500.000 to #50,000.000 cars in stock
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We do stock a range of vehicles to suit the needs of all types of people; we stock everything from small sedans and hatches, to tradesmen’s vehicles, larger family vehicles and performance cars. We often sell a car on our yard via the internet and then ship the vehicle interstate to wherever you are located. ‘Buy with Confidence’ and let us try to find the right car for you.

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Dana Air Increases Lagos-Abuja Flight Frequency



Dana Air Increases Lagos-Abuja Flight Frequency

Dana Air has introduced more flights options from Lagos to Abuja and Abuja to Lagos with low fares.

According to a statement by the airline’s Media and Communications Manager, Kingsley Ezenwa, starting from March 18, 2019, the airline would operate additional flights from Lagos to Abuja at 6.48am, 10.08am, 12.15pm, 13.44pm, and 5.10pm while flights from Abuja to Lagos will be at 8.28am, 10.35am, 12.06pm, 15.30pm and 18.50pm.

‘’We are pleased to announce that we have introduced additional flights on our Lagos- Abuja –Lagos routes to provide more options, comfort and affordable fares for our teeming guests.

“With effect from 18th of March 2019, we will operate flights from Lagos to Abuja at 6.48am, 10.08, 12.15pm, 13.44pm, and 5.10pm, while flights from Abuja to Lagos will be at 8.28am, 10.35am, 12.06pm, 15.30pm and 18.50pm,” Ezenwa said.

“Having yielded to the demands of our guests for more flights to be introduced at specific time and the increasing loads on the sector, we advise our guests to also plan their trip, book early by visiting our website to get best fares.

“At the moment, we have two ongoing promos: the 100 per cent bonus miles promo, and the reward promo in partnership with MMA2, which entails passengers to buy four tickets and get the 5th at N5000.

“Our guests are also advised to take advantage of these promos, use more of their miles and save more on tickets,” he added.

Dana Air is one of Nigeria’s leading airlines reputed for its world-class in-flight and customer service, innovative online product and services and unrivalled on-time performance.

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GTBank Builds Nigeria’s First Digital Play Centre for Children



Nigeria News

GTBank Play Centre is Nigeria’s First Digital Play Centre for Children, proudly built by the Guaranty Trust Bank.

Banks only build branches, or so the story goes. Except for Guaranty Trust Bank Plc; the foremost African financial institution, which has been at the forefront of several innovative products and services, recently completed and opened the first digital playground for children in Nigeria.

Located in Lekki, Lagos State, the GTBank Play Centre is equipped with a wide range of interactive games that will give kids a fun and immersive digital experience whilst aiding their mental and intellectual development.

Open from 10am to 3pm on Weekdays, and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays, some of the features of the Play Centre include the Sketch Town, where kids can design cars, launch rockets, and bring all their sketches to life.

At the playground, children can also use the wide range of bricks available to build whatever excites their curiosity and also express themselves creatively by scribbling, writing and drawing on a digital chalkboard.

GTBank is renowned for designing innovative and personalized products and services that are tailored to customers’ unique needs and which fit seamlessly with their lifestyles. Recently, the Bank launched Habari, a digital platform that gives customers unlimited access to local and international music, and at the same time, allows them to shop online, split bills with friends and take care of their everyday needs, in one place.

Habari, like the GTBank Play Centre, is the first of its kind in Nigeria, reflecting the Bank’s digital drive as well as its focus on creating unique experiences for all segments of its customer base.

Commenting on the launch of the Play Centre, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Guaranty Trust Bank plc, Mr Segun Agbaje said;

“How and where children play contributes significantly to their cognitive and intellectual development, helping them build better communication and problem-solving skills.

Our new Play Centre will give children a tension-free space to build these critical developmental skills, expose them to new and emerging digital technologies, and, most importantly, give them a wonderful time out.”

He further stated that:

“At GTBank we are passionate about building the bank of the future, and for us, this means constantly leveraging the best of technology to create amazing digital experiences for all of our customers, in a way that adds real value to their lives.”

Guaranty Trust Bank is one of the best run African financial institutions and serves as a role model within the financial service industry due to its bias for world-class corporate governance standards, excellent service quality, and innovation.

The Bank is also renowned for driving youth empowerment initiatives alongside its business, as seen with the GTCrea8 Account package, which doubles up as a platform for empowering young undergraduates with the resources and networking that they need to develop their skills and talents and build capacity in their careers of choice.

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Clearing Agents Threaten to Shutdown Ports over Multiple Checkpoints



Clearing Agents Threaten to Shutdown Ports over Multiple Checkpoints

Eromosele Abiodun

There may be an imminent disruption of activities at the Lagos ports as angry freight forwarders operating in the Western Zone of the ports have issued a 72- hour ultimatum to the federal government to call the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Col Hameed Ali (rtd), to order and address the multiplication of Customs task forces at the ports.

The customs agents threatened that if the situation is not reversed by Monday, the freight forwarders in the western zone will withdraw their services.

At a joint press briefing held in Apapa Thursday, various associations which included the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA); National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) and National Council of Managing Directors of Licenced Customs Agents (NCMDLCA), lamented that the Customs boss had allegedly deployed a team from Abuja to checkmate activities of the various commands.

The freight forwarders identified 10 various units of customs constituting bottlenecks inside the port; some of them, they disclosed to journalists include CG Strike force, compliance team, Federal Operations Unit Monitoring, Special Force, CG task force, information team, customs police, among others.

The agents added that the latest development which spiked tension in the port was the recent deployment of a special team from Abuja to inspect third party cargoes at the port.

Speaking at the meeting, Tin Can chapter Chairman of ANLCA, Prince Segun Oduntan, said the CG committee was sent to Apapa port last week Thursday under the guise of inspecting some third party containers.

He however said the team has taken over the job of resident customs officers.

Oduntan claimed that cargoes are now being detained inside the ports while agents are made to pay exorbitant demurrage to terminal operators, stressing that 24 -hour cargo clearance is now a mirage as a result of this anomaly.

Also speaking, Western Zone Coordinator of NAGAFF, Alhaji Tanko Ibrahim, said agents have complained to the Customs area comptrollers who appeared powerless, and subsequently directed the operators to channel their complaints to the CG in Abuja.

Tanko alleged that “last week, we saw officers from Abuja who said they were sent to the terminals to inspect some third party containers. But since then, they have remained permanent inside the port.

“They now randomly select ‘C’ numbers of containers and after cargoes have been released, they would ask you to reposition it for examination, and we are made to pay for re-examination.”

On his part, Chairman of Tin Can chapter of NAGAFF, Azubuike Ekweozor, lamented the activities of shipping companies and terminal operators in addition to the excesses of Customs.

He complained that vessels coming into Nigeria to discharge containers were supposed to return with the same number of empty containers, but rather than obey this law, the vessels carry export to other countries.

In the same vein, the Apapa chapter Chairman of NAGAFF, Ndubuisi Uzoegbo, urged the Customs CG to build trust in his officers on the field.

He stated that freight forwarders should be carried along by the Customs whenever they make policies affecting their operations.

Uzoegbo, said: “Many containers have been abandoned in Apapa because of high tariffs and demurrage from shipping companies and terminal operators, most offices in Apapa today are empty, and shipping companies have forced many of our colleagues back to the village.

“Vice President Yemi Osinbajo should come over and address all these issues; he is the one in charge of Ease of Doing Business. When Okonjo Iweala was there as the coordinating minister, she came to the port on physical inspection and she addressed us.”

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