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2 Sep 2020
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21 Sep 2018
Nigeria has called off plans to launch the country’s national carrier, Nigeria Air, indefinitely. Coming barely two months after it’s unveiling, what signal does this overhaul send to potential investors about Nigeria's Aviation Sector? For more CNBC Africa is joined by Pekun Sowole, Aviation Lawyer at JurisLaw Legal Practitioners.
8 Feb 2017
The aviation sector in Nigeria has been confronted with several challenges in the last two years. For a sector that is heavily dependent on foreign exchange, the scarcity of the dollar poses a huge challenge to airline operations.

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