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28 Sep 2020
Many in the logistics and courier business have condemned the increase in licensing fees that they view as a threat to their operations. But NIPOST says this was done as part of new regulations aimed at upping the ease of doing business, ‘rejigging’ the logistics and courier sector of the economy, and improving the efficiency of the players in that sector.⁣
22 May 2020
Moment fire engulfed NIPOST head office in Abuja
29 Apr 2019
Reps to investigate CBN, NIPOST, others over failure to remit stamp duties worth trillions.

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