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    . Nigerian Statistics Monitor Index
    2000 2019 Change 2050
    123,945,463 200,962,417 62.1 % 391,296,754

    Population by state
    RankCitiesPopulation
    1Lagos21,000,000
    2Kano3,550,000
    3Ibadan3,160,000
    4Abuja 3,000,000
    5Benin City
    1,147,188
    6Ilorin
    908,490
    7Jos873,943
    8Kaduna760,084
    9Enugu722,664
    10Warri557,398
    Top Nigerian Universities
    RankUniversity
    1University of Lagos - Lagos
    2University of Ilorin - Ilorin
    3Ahmadu Bello University - Zaria
    4Obafemia Awolowo University - Ile Ife
    5University of Nigeria - Nsukka
    6University of Ibadan - Ibadan
    7Covenant University - Ota
    8Federal University of Technology, Minna - Minna
    9Landmark University – Omu - Aran
    10Rivers State University of Science and Technology - Port Harcourt
    . Corona Virus Index
    Country - infections (deaths) (recovered)
    United States - 1,758,422 (102,917) (378,566)Brazil - 438,812 (26,764) (193,181)Russia - 379,051 (4,142) (150,993)Spain - 284,986 (27,119) (150,376)
    United Kingdom - 269,127 (37,837) (-)Italy - 231,732 (33,142) (150,604)Germany - 182,445 (8,570) (162,714)India - 165,899 (4,713) (71,106)
    Turkey - 160,979 (4,461) (124,369)France - 149,071 (28,662) (67,191)Iran - 143,849 (7,627) (112,988)Peru - 141,779 (4,099) (59,442)
    Canada - 88,512 (6,877) (47,038)Chile - 86,943 (890) (36,150)China Mainland - 82,995 (4,634) (78,291)Mexico - 81,400 (9,044) (56,638)
    Saudi Arabia - 80,185 (441) (54,553)Pakistan - 61,227 (1,260) (20,231)Belgium - 57,849 (9,388) (15,572)Qatar - 50,914 (33) (15,399)
    Netherlands - 45,950 (5,903) (-)Bangladesh - 40,321 (559) (8,425)Belarus - 39,858 (219) (16,660)Ecuador - 38,471 (3,313) (18,425)
    Sweden - 35,727 (4,266) (4,971)Singapore - 33,249 (23) (18,294)United Arab Emirates - 32,532 (258) (16,685)Portugal - 31,596 (1,369) (18,637)
    Switzerland - 30,796 (1,915) (28,300)South Africa - 27,403 (577) (14,370)Colombia - 25,366 (822) (6,665)Ireland - 24,841 (1,639) (22,089)
    Indonesia - 24,538 (1,496) (6,240)Kuwait - 24,112 (185) (8,698)Poland - 22,825 (1,038) (10,560)Ukraine - 22,811 (679) (8,439)
    Egypt - 20,793 (845) (5,359)Romania - 18,791 (1,229) (12,629)Israel - 16,872 (284) (14,602)Japan - 16,759 (882) (14,147)
    Austria - 16,562 (668) (15,286)Dominican Republic - 16,068 (485) (8,952)Philippines - 15,588 (921) (3,598)Argentina - 14,689 (508) (4,617)
    Afghanistan - 13,036 (235) (1,209)Panama - 12,131 (320) (7,379)Denmark - 11,712 (568) (10,180)South Korea - 11,402 (269) (10,363)
    Serbia - 11,300 (241) (6,438)Bahrain - 10,052 (15) (5,419)Kazakhstan - 9,576 (37) (4,900)Czechia - 9,143 (319) (6,464)
    Oman - 9,009 (40) (2,177)Algeria - 8,997 (630) (5,277)Nigeria - 8,915 (259) (2,592)Norway - 8,411 (236) (7,727)
    Armenia - 8,216 (113) (3,287)Bolivia - 7,768 (280) (689)Moldova - 7,725 (282) (4,123)Morocco - 7,643 (202) (5,195)
    Malaysia - 7,629 (115) (6,169)Ghana - 7,303 (34) (2,412)Australia - 7,155 (103) (6,580)Finland - 6,743 (313) (5,500)
    Iraq - 5,457 (179) (2,971)Cameroon - 5,436 (165) (1,865)Honduras - 4,640 (194) (506)Azerbaijan - 4,568 (54) (2,897)
    Sudan - 4,346 (195) (749)Guatemala - 4,145 (68) (493)Luxembourg - 4,008 (110) (3,803)Hungary - 3,841 (517) (2,024)
    Tajikistan - 3,563 (47) (1,674)Guinea - 3,553 (22) (1,950)Puerto Rico - 3,486 (131) (850)Uzbekistan - 3,444 (14) (2,694)
    Nicaragua - 3,425 (58) (370)Senegal - 3,348 (39) (1,686)Thailand - 3,076 (57) (2,945)Djibouti - 2,914 (20) (1,241)
    Greece - 2,908 (175) (1,374)Congo (DRC) - 2,659 (69) (381)Côte d'Ivoire - 2,641 (32) (1,326)Bulgaria - 2,485 (136) (965)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina - 2,462 (153) (1,781)Gabon - 2,431 (14) (668)Mauritania - 2,346 (19) (15)Croatia - 2,245 (102) (2,051)
    El Salvador - 2,194 (39) (1,002)North Macedonia - 2,077 (121) (1,486)Cuba - 1,983 (82) (1,734)Estonia - 1,851 (66) (1,574)
    Somalia - 1,828 (72) (310)Iceland - 1,805 (10) (1,792)Kyrgyzstan - 1,662 (16) (1,066)Lithuania - 1,656 (68) (1,193)
    Kenya - 1,618 (58) (421)Sri Lanka - 1,530 (10) (745)Slovakia - 1,520 (28) (1,332)Maldives - 1,513 (5) (197)
    New Zealand - 1,504 (22) (1,474)Slovenia - 1,473 (108) (1,356)Venezuela - 1,327 (11) (302)Haiti - 1,320 (34) (22)
    Guinea-Bissau - 1,195 (7) (42)Mali - 1,194 (72) (652)Lebanon - 1,168 (26) (699)Albania - 1,076 (33) (823)
    Tunisia - 1,068 (48) (938)Hong Kong SAR - 1,067 (4) (1,035)Latvia - 1,061 (24) (741)Zambia - 1,057 (7) (779)
    Kosovo - 1,052 (30) (801)Equatorial Guinea - 1,043 (12) (165)Nepal - 1,042 (5) (187)Costa Rica - 1,000 (10) (646)
    South Sudan - 994 (10) (6)Niger - 955 (64) (803)Cyprus - 941 (24) (784)Paraguay - 900 (11) (402)
    Burkina Faso - 847 (53) (719)Ethiopia - 831 (7) (191)Sierra Leone - 812 (45) (361)Uruguay - 811 (22) (654)
    Andorra - 763 (51) (681)Central African Republic - 755 (1) (23)Georgia - 746 (12) (573)Jordan - 728 (9) (597)
    Chad - 726 (65) (413)San Marino - 670 (42) (322)Madagascar - 656 (2) (154)Malta - 616 (7) (501)
    Jamaica - 569 (9) (279)Tanzania - 509 (21) (183)São Tomé and Príncipe - 458 (12) (68)Taiwan - 442 (7) (420)
    Togo - 422 (13) (197)Cabo Verde - 390 (4) (155)West Bank - 385 (-) (-)Rwanda - 349 (0) (245)
    Isle of Man - 336 (24) (306)Mauritius - 334 (10) (322)Vietnam - 327 (0) (272)Montenegro - 324 (9) (315)
    Uganda - 317 (0) (69)Eswatini - 279 (2) (168)Yemen - 278 (57) (11)Liberia - 269 (27) (144)
    Guernsey - 252 (13) (237)Mozambique - 233 (2) (82)Mayotte - 221 (3) (77)Benin - 210 (3) (134)
    Myanmar - 206 (6) (124)Malawi - 203 (4) (42)Faroe Islands - 187 (0) (187)Guam - 172 (5) (143)
    Mongolia - 161 (0) (43)Gibraltar - 157 (0) (147)Guyana - 150 (11) (67)Zimbabwe - 149 (4) (28)
    Guadeloupe - 145 (10) (68)Brunei - 141 (1) (137)Bermuda - 140 (9) (92)Cayman Islands - 140 (1) (67)
    Cambodia - 124 (0) (122)Syria - 122 (4) (43)Trinidad and Tobago - 116 (8) (108)Libya - 105 (5) (40)
    Aruba - 101 (3) (97)Bahamas - 100 (11) (46)Monaco - 98 (4) (90)Barbados - 92 (7) (71)
    Comoros - 87 (1) (21)Liechtenstein - 82 (1) (55)Angola - 77 (4) (18)U.S. Virgin Islands - 69 (6) (61)
    Gaza Strip - 61 (-) (-)French Polynesia - 60 (0) (60)Macao SAR - 45 (0) (45)Burundi - 42 (1) (20)
    Eritrea - 39 (0) (39)Botswana - 35 (1) (20)Bhutan - 31 (0) (6)The Gambia - 25 (1) (13)
    Antigua and Barbuda - 24 (3) (19)Timor-Leste - 24 (0) (24)Grenada - 23 (0) (18)Namibia - 22 (0) (14)
    Northern Mariana Islands - 22 (2) (13)Laos - 19 (0) (14)New Caledonia - 18 (0) (18)Saint Lucia - 18 (0) (18)
    Curaçao - 18 (1) (14)Fiji - 18 (0) (15)Belize - 18 (2) (16)Dominica - 16 (0) (16)
    Falkland Islands - 13 (0) (13)Greenland - 13 (0) (11)Turks and Caicos Islands - 12 (1) (10)Vatican City - 12 (0) (2)
    Suriname - 12 (1) (9)Montserrat - 11 (1) (10)Seychelles - 11 (0) (11)Papua New Guinea - 8 (0) (8)
    British Virgin Islands - 8 (1) (6)Saba - 3 (0) (3)Anguilla - 3 (0) (3)Lesotho - 2 (0) (0)
    Bonaire - 2 (0) (2)Saint Pierre and Miquelon - 1 (0) (1)
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    . Nigerian News Index

      1. Nigeria moves closer to becoming a failed state   Telegraph.co.uk
      2. Rights Groups Sound Alarm Over Waning Press Freedoms in Nigeria   VOA News
      3. Why maltreatment of Nigerians in China may not end soon   The Conversation Africa
      4. Gunmen kill dozens in restive northwest Nigeria   DW (English)
      5. Coronavirus live updates: Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Ghana... cases, deaths and news, today   AS.com Móvil
      6. Nigeria was once an indisputable leader in Africa: what happened?   The Conversation Africa
      7. Nigeria Central Bank Unexpectedly Cuts Key Rate to 12.5%   Bloomberg
      8. FG suspends evacuation of Nigerians in Diaspora   Nairametrics
      9. In Nigeria, Masks Are New Glamour Accessory   VOA News
      10. Trafficked Nigerian women rescued from Lebanon   BBC News
      11. China Scoops Up Cheap Nigerian Oil   OilPrice.com
      12. Nigeria goes on with hydroxychloroquine clinical trials   Anadolu Agency
      13. Opinion: 'There's a growing dictatorship of disinformation in Nigeria'   Deutsche Welle
      14. Nigerian forces accused of torture and illegal detention of children – report   The Guardian
      15. Cameras roll again in Nollywood but Nigeria's cinemas still dark   Reuters
      16. Infrastructural financing in Nigeria: Why bonds are better than loans   Nairametrics
      17. Coronavirus Politics Daily: Spain's blame scandal, Wuhan's testing scheme, Nigeria's food crisis   GZERO Media
      18. Nigeria taking part in sports for the fun of it   Goal.com
      19. Nigeria Kicks Off Power Sector Revamp Agreement With Siemens   Bloomberg
      20. From Nigeria To Pittsburgh; Igbokwe's Journey To Division I Basketball   PittsburghPanthers.com
      21. Covid-19: Chronicles of a South African diplomat in Nigeria   Daily Maverick
      22. Covid-19 Outbreak in Nigeria Is Just One of Africa’s Alarming Hot Spots   The New York Times
      23. Nigerian schools reopening: Wen schools go reopen? Wetin we know   BBC News
      24. Nigeria: Peter Crouch keen to represent the Super Eagles   Goal.com
      25. UPDATE 2-Nigeria's central bank unexpectedly cuts benchmark lending rate to 12.5%   Reuters.com
      26. Coronavirus: Nigeria records 182 new cases, total nears 9,000   Premium Times
      27. Nigeria's president submits revised 2020 budget to Parliament   Reuters
      28. Bond Investors Are Rushing to Nigeria   Bloomberg
      29. Coronavirus: Nigeria’s informal economy hit hard   The Africa Report
      30. Kazakhstan, Nigeria, and South Africa Strengthening Capacity to Manage Chemicals | News   IISD Reporting Services
      31. Opera’s OPay still plans Africa expansion on Nigerian super app   TechCrunch
      32. Nigeria: 'Nigeria Lacks Technical Competence to Benefit From Cabotage Act'   AllAfrica.com
      33. Coronavirus in Nigeria: The child beggars at the heart of the outbreak   BBC News
      34. Report: Jihadist Influence Growing in Northwest Nigeria   VOA News
      35. Positive economic signs for Nigeria as the world emerges out of lockdown   Ventures Africa
      36. Nigeria reports record infections hours after lockdown was eased   Al Jazeera English
      37. Case study: Documentation of experiences using CVA for nutrition outcomes in Nigeria   ReliefWeb
      38. A man was sentenced to death via Zoom in Nigeria, sparking criticism from rights groups   CNN
      39. Analysis: Total Nigeria needs a financial overhaul   Nairametrics
      40. Mystery deaths in Nigeria provoke fear of unrecorded coronavirus surge   Financial Times
      41. Nigerian Coronavirus Outbreak Highlights Emerging Threat in Africa   The New York Times
      42. Coronavirus: Why Nigeria's rice handouts aren't going down well   BBC News
      43. ‘Tokyo 2020 teams still open to eligible Nigerians’   Guardian
      44. Nigeria violence drives 23,000 into neighbouring Niger: UNHCR   Al Jazeera English
      45. Nigerian journalist Kufre Carter detained for 1 month, charged with defamation and conspiracy   CPJ Press Freedom Online
      46. Surprise Boost for Nigeria’s Economy Comes With Higher Oil Flows   Bloomberg
      47. Nigeria: Cargo Operation As Revenue Earner for Domestic Airlines   AllAfrica - Top Africa News
      48. Coronavirus: Nigeria’s ‘Fiscal Flu’   Chatham House
      49. Federal govt releases details of programme to employ 774,000 Nigerians   Premium Times
      50. Blacklisted Lebanese boss prevents abused domestic worker from returning to Nigeria   Middle East Eye
      51. Medic who discovered Nigeria's first confirmed Covid-19 case: 'It was scary'   CNN
      52. Coronavirus: Nigeria’s proposed COVID-19 law tears the country apart   The Africa Report
      53. Nigeria's future without oil looks bleak, time to diversify   Quartz Africa
      54. Nigeria's GDP grows by 1.87% in Q1 2020, as non-oil sector weakens   Nairametrics
      55. Most Nigerians cannot afford to buy a house   Aljazeera.com
      56. Coronavirus: Nigeria's death penalty by Zoom 'inhumane'   BBC News
      57. Nigeria's Mental Health Desert by Ifeanyi M. Nsofor & Bell Ihua   Project Syndicate
      58. Nigeria’s Helium Health raises $10M Series A for Africa expansion   TechCrunch
      59. Nigerian scammers based in Australia's backyard, call for cybercrime rethink   9News
      60. Nigeria's external reserves up by 7% in 21 days, currency speculators to lose over N10 billion   Nairametrics
      61. Nigerian food prices rise during Ramadan   Aljazeera.com
      62. WHO investigating reported increase in deaths in Kano, Nigeria, governor says   CNN
      63. Coronavirus   Africanews English
      64. Current news in Nigeria: President Buhari security council meeting must find solution for dis four national challenge   BBC News
      65. A wholistic approach to Nigeria's power and agricultural sector challenges |   Nairametrics
      66. Coronavirus lockdown: Two hotels demolished in Nigeria 'for breach of rules'   BBC News
      67. Coronavirus Africa news summary: cases and deaths   AS English
      68. Forty percent of Nigerians live below the poverty line: Report   Aljazeera.com
      69. Fears of Covid-19 Outbreak in Nigeria's Kano State   Human Rights Watch
      70. Jersey £241m seizure returned to Nigeria   BBC News
      71. 'Lockdown made everything gloomy': Ramadan in Nigeria's Kano   Al Jazeera English
      72. Nigeria's IMF Financial Assistance to Support Health Care Sector, Protect Jobs and Businesses   International Monetary Fund
      73. Ramping up Nigeria’s testing capacity for COVID-19 with RDT   Guardian
      74. Nigeria Opens Money Tap as Oil Revenue Runs Dry   Bloomberg
      75. In Nigeria, Naira Wealth Doesn’t Always Mean You Can Get Dollars   BloombergQuint
      76. Dozens of Boko Haram, ISWAP fighters killed in Nigeria   Al Jazeera English
      77. Nigeria: The Virus and Post-Virus Hit to All Airlines   AllAfrica.com
      78. Pension Fund Managers dump Nigerian Treasury Bills   Nairametrics
      79. Ramadan in Nigeria amid coronavirus lockdown | Nigeria   Aljazeera.com
      80. Nigeria's DJ Cuppy Tapped As Host of Apple Music's African Now Radio Show   Essence
      81. Coronavirus summer 17 May: Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Ghana... cases, deaths and news   AS Mexico
      82. OPEC's Next Domino to Fall Could Be Nigeria   Bloomberg
      83. Coronavirus: Food insecurity fallout from Nigeria’s lockdown   The Africa Report
      84. Massive Die-Off of Fish on Nigerian Coastline Linked to Toxic Discharge   IDN InDepthNews | Analysis That Matters
      85. Lebanon employer investigated over Nigeria domestic worker abuse   Al Jazeera English
      86. How missed ‘red flags’ helped Nigerian fraud ring ‘Scattered Canary’ bilk Washington’s unemployment system amid coronavirus chaos   The Spokesman-Review
      87. Coronavirus heightens anxiety among LGBTQ Nigerians with HIV   Al Jazeera English
      88. Nigeria: 113 healthcare workers infected with COVID-19   Anadolu Agency
      89. AfDB: Fight for Adesina, Nigerians tell FG   The Punch
      90. China faces African backlash of Guangzou racism incidents   Quartz Africa
      91. Nigeria: Report   AllAfrica - Top Africa News
      92. Nigeria will be the first African country from where India will start repatriation: Envoy Abhay Thakur   WION
      93. Nigerian Navy release new appointments of senior officersNigeria   Guardian
      94. Covid-19: Timeline of every pronouncement made by Nigeria to support the economy.   Nairametrics
      95. Nigeria to disengage 500,000 N-Power beneficiaries 'soon'Nigeria   Guardian
      96. Nigeria: Violating Nigeria's Airspace   AllAfrica.com
      97. Nigeria's battle with COVID-19 exacerbated by poor healthcare, 2015 global crude market crash from which...   Firstpost
      98. Survivors of Nigeria's 'baby factories' share their stories   Al Jazeera English
      99. UN prepares for potentially devastating COVID-19 outbreak in conflict-ravaged northeast Nigeria   UN News
      100. US supports Nigeria with $32.8 million for COVID-19, over $5billion on health in 20 years   Nairametrics
                             
                            

          1. Massive New Cable Around Continent to Connect 16 African Nations [Balancing Act] London -In July last year Google initiated the Equiano cable. The announcement of the 2Africa cable which involves Facebook completes the second generation cable build announcements. Russell Southwood talked to Ibrahima Ba, Network Investments Lead at Facebook about how it might work.

          2. Gunmen Kill Dozens in Restive Northwest State of Sokoto [DW] At least 60 people have been killed in a series of attacks on villages by armed gangs. Experts warned division in the region could give rise to jihadist groups as bloody violence continues to cause havoc.

          3. West Africa At Risk of Desert Locust Invasion - FAO [Premium Times] New swarms of desert locusts will threaten West Africa in June, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), has warned.

          4. Over U.S.$18 Million in Ransom Paid to Kidnappers in Nine Years - Report [Premium Times] In Nigeria, kidnapping for ransom has become a feature in all parts of the country with thousands of people falling victim.

          5. Total Nears 9,000 as Country Records 182 New Coronavirus Cases [Premium Times] Nigeria's tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases on Thursday rose to 8,915 as 182 new infections were announced by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). Five deaths were recorded from the virus on Thursday bringing the total number of confirmed deaths from the virus to 259.

          6. We Might Use Schools, Hotels As COVID-19 Isolation Centres - Minister [Premium Times] The federal government will consider using schools and hotels as isolation centres for COVID-19 patients if the need arises, an official said.

          7. Federal Govt Releases Details of Programme to Employ 774,000 People [Premium Times] The federal government has unveiled the details of its plan to employ at 1,000 persons from each of the 774 local government areas in the country.

          8. Dj Cuppy to Host Apple Music's First African Radio Show [Premium Times] Apple Music, the world second largest audio streaming provider has named the musician daughter of billionaire, Femi Otedola, Florence Otedola, who is popularly known by her stage name, DJ Cuppy, as the host of its first radio show in Africa.

          9. Cargo Operation As Revenue Earner for Domestic Airlines [This Day] There have been clamour for Nigerian airlines to become fully engaged in cargo delivery as alternative source of revenue generation, since passenger service suffered under the COVID-19 lockdown.

          10. Why Maltreatment of Nigerians in China May Not End Soon [The Conversation Africa] Racism against Nigerians - and other Africans - is not new in China. Africa-China history is marked by solidarity, but also dented by old and new racism. Nothing at this moment suggests that the current situation will drastically change.

          11. COVID-19 - Govt Considers Two-Shift Option for Reopening of Schools [This Day] Lagos, Abuja -The federal government has disclosed that it would soon unveil the policy for safe reopening of schools, saying it's also weighing the option of running two classes in the morning and afternoon in secondary schools to enable students make up for lost grounds.

          12. Dangote Writes Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Denies Haulage of Almajirai to South-East [This Day] Abuja -Dangote Industries Ltd has distanced itself from any involvement in the haulage of youths (Almajirai) from Northern Nigeria to the South-east.

          13. Abia State Govt Declares Missing COVID-19 Patient Wanted [Premium Times] The Abia State Government has declared wanted a man it said disappeared after testing positive for COVID-19.

          14. Why Buhari Signs Executive Orders - Malami [Premium Times] The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, SAN, says the recently signed Presidential Executive Orders are aimed at complementing the existing legislations and ensure inter-agency coordination in the process of implementation.

          15. 8.5 Million Nigerians Suffering From Hearing Impairment - Expert [Premium Times] The President of the Speech Pathologists and Audiologists Association in Nigeria (SPAAN), Julius Ademokoya, a professor, says no fewer than 8.5 million Nigerians are suffering from hearing impairments.

          16. Malami - Govt Can Withhold Allocations of States Flouting Autonomy of Legislature, Judiciary [This Day] Abuja -The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami (SAN), yesterday stated that with the Executive Order 10 issued by the President Muhammadu Buhari, the federal government could through the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation withhold the allocations of any state that fails to honour the autonomy of the two other arms of the state government.

          17. Again, Lagos Govt Extends Tax Returns Filing Deadline [Daily Trust] Lagos -In a continuous effort to provide the much needed relief to taxpayers and mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic, the Lagos State Government has through the State Internal Revenue Service (LIRS) further extended the deadline for filing of Annual Tax Returns to June 30, 2020.

          18. Kyari Explains Oil Production Despite Market Glut [This Day] Abuja -Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) yesterday explained that it would not shut down production as a result of the glut in the international oil market due to the danger of losing market share when prices rebound.

          19. INEC Empowered to Deregister Parties, Court Rules [Daily Trust] A Federal High Court in Abuja has affirmed the powers of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to deregister political parties which fail to comply with the provisions of the law.

          20. Mr. President - What Would the Buhari Legacy Be? [Daily Trust] Today is the anniversary of President Buhari's fifth year in power and has three more years to go before retiring to Daura to take care of his cows.

          21. CBN Urges Govt On Re-Opening of Economy [Daily Trust] Rising from its May 2020 Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting on Thursday, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) advised the federal government to consider the full opening of the nation's economy and move aggressively to implement policies that will halt economic decline and engender growth to save jobs and livelihoods.

          22. COVID-19 - Amcon Seeks Aviation Sector Bailout [Premium Times] The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) has asked the federal government to bailout the aviation sector.

          23. Governor Yahaya Bello - an Emerging Political Phenomenon in Nigeria? [Premium Times] There are unique people everywhere. They come once in a generation and leave indelible footprints wherever they find themselves. Whenever you observe such a rare breed in your locality, pay more than a passing attention to them. They have an unusual mission to fulfil in life. Everything about such unique people is shrouded in some extraterrestrial forces no mortal can adequately deconstruct no matter how much he tries.

          24. Governors Send Delegation to AGF Over State Legislature, Judiciary Autonomy [Daily Trust] Governors of the 36 states have resolved to engage with the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN) to reflect on the implications of the recently passed Executive Order 10, 2020, on governance at the sub-national level.

          25. AfDB - Nigerian Govt Rallies Support for Adesina [Premium Times] The Nigerian government has rallied support for the president of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina.

          26. Slightest Adjustment - the Best Solution for Nigeria [Premium Times] Nigeria needs her leaders and citizens to embrace this simple philosophy. Let us resolve to make the slightest adjustments to our lives or nation. Living our lives by only doing the smallest things may seem weak and foolish to some of us. Do remember, it is akin to the "weak force" of the Messiah. It points to the paradoxical weakness and foolishness of God that Paul describes...

          27. Before You Crucify Dr Pantami [Premium Times] For some days now, there have been cocktails of media blitzkrieg on the altercations between the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM), Hon. Mrs. Abike Dabiri-Erewa and the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami

          28. Reps to Investigate Breaches in Interstate Travel Ban [Premium Times] The House of Representatives has asked its relevant committees to liaise with security agencies to investigate the reports of breaches in interstate travel ban.

          29. FG Dissolves Governing Councils of Two Universities [Premium Times] The federal government has approved the dissolution of the governing councils of two universities in the country.

          30. Three Years to Make History [Daily Trust] Today, May 29, 2020 marks exactly five years since the Muhammadu Buhari Administration came to power in this country.

            1. Coronavirus: Ogun unveils guidelines for ‘reopening economy’
            2. Ex-Gov Alao-Akala heads committee to reconcile APC members in Oyo
            3. Osun CJ releases 13 inmates of Ile-Ife Correctional Centre
            4. FG dissolves governing councils of two universities
            5. Edo inaugurates 300-bed isolation centre, molecular lab
            6. Ayade’s efforts, not luck, responsible for Cross River’s COVID-19 free status – Commissioner
            7. Abia declares COVID-19 patient wanted
            8. COVID-19: Ebonyi quarantines 206 returnees
            9. Father Mbaka joyful as Enugu governor inaugurates 13km road
            10. Kogi disputes NCDC figures, says state remains COVID-19 free
            11. FG to inaugurate 200,000 capacity yam storage facility in Benue
            12. Kano govt sets up nine COVID-19 sample collection centres – Official
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                    Pharmacist Salary in Nigeria

                    Monthly Pharmacist Salary in Nigeria (2019)
                    Salaries of Pharmacists in Government Hospitals/Teaching Hospitals

                    Entry level (0 – 2 years’ experience): N165,000 – N200,000 (One or two teaching hospitals pay N300,000 for entry level).
                    Mid-Level (2 – 5 years): N250,000 – N450,000
                    Experienced (5 years and above): N450,000 – N800,000

                    Salaries of Pharmacists in Private Hospitals

                    Entry level (0 – 2 years’ experience): N50,000 – N150,000
                    Mid-Level (2 – 5 years): N150,000 – N250,000
                    Experienced (5 years and above): N200,000 – N400,000
                    Doctor Salary in Nigeria

                    Monthly Doctor Salary in Nigeria (2019)
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                    50,000

                    Salaries of Doctors in Housemanship (Intern)
                    120,000 - 200,000

                    Salaries of Doctors in Federal Government Hospitals
                    800,000

                    State Hospitals
                    800,000