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How APM Terminals is sustaining investments, operations in Nigeria amid Coronavirus crisis

Business Day Online 28 Apr 2020
First, it earmarked N100 million in which, N75 million was contributed to the United Nations in Nigeria basket fund while the remaining N25 million was committed on community awareness through radio, social media as well as fliers to sensitise Apapa community on how to curb the spread of the pandemic.
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COVID-19: APM Terminals’ Apapa, WACT increase contributions to over N300m

Business Day Online 14 Apr 2020
... million) into the United Nations in Nigeria Basket Fund for the fight against COVID-19 in Nigeria, and committed another N25 million on community awareness through radio, social media as well as fliers to sensitise the Apapa community on how to curb the spread of the pandemic.
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Coronavirus: APM Terminals’ commits N100m to contain outbreak in Nigeria

Business Day Online 29 Mar 2020
According to him, APM Terminals Nigeria has contributed N75 million to the United Nations in Nigeria basket fund and is committing another N25 million on community awareness through radio, social media as well as fliers to sensitise the Apapa community on how to curb the spread of the pandemic.
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‘Those Who Brought Buhari Should Enjoy Him’

This Day 22 Aug 2019
Emmanuel Ugwu interrogates Mr ... Are you no longer worried about the fate of the Nigerian nation? ... As the convoy drove away from Park Lane Apapa, on their way to Dodan Barracks to report to General Gowon, they heard in the car radio the breaking news from Radio Nigeria that Chief Awolowo had joined the government to help Gowon prosecute the war ... ... .? ... .
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Technology, infrastructure upgrade can eliminate Apapa gridlock – logistics experts

Business Day Online 22 Mar 2019
Worried by the economic impact of persistent traffic gridlock in and out of Apapa and Tin-Can Island Ports on cost of doing business, logistics experts have identified introduction of smart technology such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag on trucks coming to Apapa as a sure means of eliminating gridlock ... .
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