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Monthly Archives: July 2022

NobleHeart Foundation Extends Love to Lagos Pupils through ‘Dress A Child’ Initiative.

NobleHeart Children Foundation (NobleHea­rtCF), a non-govern­mental organization in Lagos, Nigeria on Monday distributed free school uniform­s, sandals, underpan­ts and undervests, and school socks to school pupils in Lag­os State to commemor­ate children’s day 2022 and to mark the first phase of ‘Dre­ss A ​ Child’ initia­tive for year 2022. ‘Dress …

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2022 UTME: Only 378,639 Scored Above 200 — JAMB.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Examinations (JAMB) on Thursday said A’level results by the National Business and Technical Education Board (NABTEB) will no longer be considered for admission into higher institutions after 2022. JAMB registrar Professor Ishaq Oloyede said this during the 2022 policy meeting held at the International Conference …

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Buy dollar with naira, face arrest – CBN warns Nigerians

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has threatened to arrest and prosecute Nigerians using naira to buy dollars, noting that it is an illegal practice. Godwin Emefiele, governor of the apex bank issued the threat on Tuesday at the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting in Lagos. Emefiele urged Nigerians illegally …

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Adeleke, Osun governor-elect receives Certificate of Return

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has given Certificate of Return to Ademola Adeleke, winner of Saturday’s governorship election in Osun State. Adeleke received his Certificate of Return at the INEC State Office in Osogbo on Wednesday, following PDP’s victory at the Osun governorship election on Saturday. The presentation comes …

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CBN’s MPC raises interest rate to 14%.

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has raised benchmark interest rate to 14 percent. The MPC raised the interest rate to 14 per cent from 13 percent. Godwin Emefiele, governor of the CBN announced the decision at a press briefing on Tuesday. More subsequently..

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