LATEST NEWS IN NIGERIA THIS AFTERNOON, FRIDAY, SEPT., 10TH, 2021

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We return with latest news updates across Nigeria this afternoon, Friday, September 10, 2021.

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Two Interesting Things President Buhari Did During His Visit To Imo State

Two Interesting Things President Buhari Did During His Visit To Imo State

It is no longer news that President Buhari visited Imo State on Thursday, September 9. However, there are two interesting things he did during his visit to the State on CONTINUE READING]

Boko Haram, ISWAP Planning To Produce Explosives – Military

Boko Haram, ISWAP Planning To Produce Explosives - Military

The war update said the development followed the depletion of the groups’ fighters by military’s aerial and artillery bombardment. Thousands of the terrorists have recently surrendered to CONTINUE READING]

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Attacks On Schools Threaten Nigeria’s Future – UN Warns

Attacks On Schools Threaten Nigeria’s Future - UN

The stakeholders, who lauded the efforts of the government, especially in the Safe School declaration and other areas, called on the federal and state governments to do more to protect schools and ensure an uninterrupted teaching and CONTINUE READING]

Over 500 Bread Factories Shut In Kwara — Bakers

Over 500 Bread Factories Shut In Kwara — Bakers

About 500 bakeries have been closed in Kwara State following the recent hike in the prices of flour and other baking commodities, the chairman of the state chapter of the CONTINUE READING]

Naira Hits All Time Low At N543 Per $1, Pounds Now N740

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Naira Hits All Time Low At N543 Per $1, Pounds Now N740

On June 27, 2021, the CBN ended the sales of Forex to BDCs saying the parallel market had become a conduit for illicit Forex flows and graft. The CBN said it would also no longer process applications for BDC licences in the CONTINUE READING]