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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 - 8,725,151 (228,477) (5,415,609)India - 7,909,959 (119,043) (7,137,228)Brazil - 5,394,128 (157,163) (4,835,915)Russia - 1,513,877 (26,050) (1,138,522)
    France - 1,138,510 (34,761) (109,486)Argentina - 1,090,589 (28,896) (894,806)Spain - 1,046,132 (34,752) (-)Colombia - 1,015,885 (30,154) (915,451)
    Mexico - 891,160 (88,924) (650,355)Peru - 888,715 (34,149) (807,636)United Kingdom - 873,800 (44,896) (-)South Africa - 715,868 (18,968) (646,170)
    Iran - 568,896 (32,616) (455,054)Italy - 525,782 (37,338) (266,203)Chile - 502,063 (13,944) (478,252)Iraq - 451,707 (10,623) (381,349)
    Germany - 437,637 (10,138) (317,045)Bangladesh - 398,815 (5,803) (315,107)Indonesia - 389,712 (13,299) (313,764)Philippines - 370,028 (6,977) (328,036)
    Turkey - 361,801 (9,799) (314,390)Saudi Arabia - 344,875 (5,296) (331,330)Ukraine - 343,498 (6,391) (141,508)Pakistan - 327,895 (6,736) (310,491)
    Israel - 309,946 (2,397) (293,109)Belgium - 305,409 (10,737) (-)Netherlands - 291,254 (7,064) (-)Czechia - 258,097 (2,201) (97,381)
    Poland - 253,688 (4,438) (112,619)Canada - 216,104 (9,946) (181,429)Romania - 209,648 (6,391) (149,741)Morocco - 197,481 (3,301) (163,195)
    Ecuador - 161,635 (12,553) (141,759)Nepal - 158,089 (847) (111,670)Bolivia - 140,853 (8,645) (108,658)Qatar - 131,170 (230) (128,099)
    Panama - 129,200 (2,633) (105,231)United Arab Emirates - 125,123 (477) (118,931)Dominican Republic - 124,527 (2,223) (102,651)Kuwait - 121,635 (746) (112,771)
    Portugal - 118,686 (2,316) (68,877)Oman - 112,932 (1,174) (99,278)Sweden - 110,594 (5,933) (-)Kazakhstan - 110,402 (1,796) (105,618)
    Egypt - 106,540 (6,199) (98,903)Guatemala - 104,787 (3,644) (94,217)Switzerland - 103,653 (1,877) (55,800)Costa Rica - 103,088 (1,282) (62,037)
    Japan - 96,534 (1,711) (89,282)Ethiopia - 93,343 (1,426) (47,543)Belarus - 92,823 (957) (83,237)Honduras - 92,724 (2,617) (37,866)
    Venezuela - 89,565 (770) (84,720)China Mainland - 85,810 (4,634) (80,911)Austria - 82,536 (979) (57,858)Bahrain - 80,255 (312) (76,776)
    Armenia - 77,837 (1,180) (50,908)Moldova - 71,503 (1,685) (52,290)Lebanon - 71,390 (565) (34,803)Uzbekistan - 65,307 (549) (62,509)
    Nigeria - 61,992 (1,130) (57,465)Paraguay - 59,594 (1,309) (39,735)Hungary - 59,247 (1,425) (16,242)Singapore - 57,970 (28) (57,858)
    Ireland - 57,128 (1,882) (24,000)Algeria - 56,143 (1,914) (39,095)Libya - 56,013 (795) (30,731)Kyrgyzstan - 55,750 (1,134) (47,616)
    Jordan - 53,087 (579) (7,508)Azerbaijan - 49,959 (671) (41,279)Kenya - 49,721 (902) (34,209)Tunisia - 48,799 (819) (5,032)
    Ghana - 47,690 (316) (46,887)West Bank - 45,000 (-) (-)Myanmar - 44,774 (1,095) (24,920)Slovakia - 43,843 (159) (9,960)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina - 40,893 (1,086) (26,459)Afghanistan - 40,833 (1,514) (34,129)Denmark - 40,356 (702) (31,985)Serbia - 39,486 (792) (-)
    Bulgaria - 37,889 (1,094) (18,354)Croatia - 36,380 (437) (24,799)El Salvador - 32,585 (944) (28,258)Puerto Rico - 31,737 (801) (-)
    Greece - 30,782 (574) (9,989)Georgia - 28,431 (201) (10,767)Australia - 27,520 (905) (25,181)North Macedonia - 26,954 (919) (18,627)
    Malaysia - 26,565 (229) (17,134)South Korea - 25,955 (457) (23,905)Slovenia - 22,952 (240) (-)Cameroon - 21,430 (424) (20,333)
    Côte d'Ivoire - 20,405 (121) (20,100)Albania - 19,157 (477) (10,654)Kosovo - 17,943 (663) (15,088)Norway - 17,843 (279) (11,863)
    Madagascar - 16,810 (238) (16,215)Montenegro - 16,797 (266) (12,775)Zambia - 16,117 (348) (15,179)Senegal - 15,551 (321) (14,254)
    Finland - 14,848 (353) (9,800)Luxembourg - 14,204 (145) (9,085)Sudan - 13,742 (837) (6,764)Namibia - 12,660 (133) (10,779)
    Mozambique - 11,986 (86) (9,253)Guinea - 11,635 (71) (10,474)Maldives - 11,505 (37) (10,524)Uganda - 11,443 (101) (7,351)
    Congo (DRC) - 11,143 (305) (10,476)Tajikistan - 10,776 (81) (9,889)Lithuania - 10,184 (134) (4,073)Angola - 9,381 (268) (3,508)
    Haiti - 9,026 (232) (7,373)Gabon - 8,919 (54) (8,512)Jamaica - 8,714 (188) (4,282)Cabo Verde - 8,396 (94) (7,285)
    Zimbabwe - 8,276 (237) (6,797)Sri Lanka - 7,872 (16) (3,803)Mauritania - 7,664 (163) (7,385)Cuba - 6,566 (128) (5,998)
    Bahamas - 6,410 (132) (3,948)Malawi - 5,890 (183) (5,291)Eswatini - 5,854 (116) (5,502)French Polynesia - 5,797 (20) (3,623)
    Djibouti - 5,536 (61) (5,402)Trinidad and Tobago - 5,511 (105) (4,085)Malta - 5,498 (51) (3,567)Gaza Strip - 5,442 (-) (-)
    Nicaragua - 5,434 (155) (4,225)Syria - 5,408 (269) (1,753)Hong Kong SAR - 5,296 (105) (5,047)Congo - 5,253 (92) (3,887)
    Suriname - 5,170 (109) (5,032)Guam - 5,110 (70) (2,503)Equatorial Guinea - 5,076 (83) (4,962)Rwanda - 5,062 (34) (4,806)
    Central African Republic - 4,854 (62) (1,924)Botswana - 4,578 (21) (927)Iceland - 4,448 (11) (3,395)Aruba - 4,420 (36) (4,209)
    Estonia - 4,411 (73) (3,457)Latvia - 4,208 (50) (1,357)Andorra - 4,038 (69) (2,729)Guyana - 3,994 (117) (2,970)
    Somalia - 3,897 (102) (3,166)Thailand - 3,736 (59) (3,530)The Gambia - 3,659 (118) (2,660)Mali - 3,440 (132) (2,608)
    Cyprus - 3,314 (26) (1,444)Belize - 3,106 (48) (1,921)South Sudan - 2,876 (56) (1,290)Uruguay - 2,851 (53) (2,351)
    Benin - 2,557 (41) (2,330)Burkina Faso - 2,433 (65) (1,996)Guinea-Bissau - 2,403 (41) (1,818)Sierra Leone - 2,345 (74) (1,784)
    Togo - 2,200 (52) (1,600)Yemen - 2,057 (597) (1,344)New Zealand - 1,940 (25) (1,485)Lesotho - 1,918 (43) (961)
    Chad - 1,404 (96) (1,221)Liberia - 1,385 (82) (1,276)U.S. Virgin Islands - 1,337 (21) (1,303)Niger - 1,212 (69) (1,128)
    Vietnam - 1,168 (35) (1,057)São Tomé and Príncipe - 940 (15) (902)Curaçao - 837 (1) (555)San Marino - 819 (42) (716)
    Turks and Caicos Islands - 701 (6) (688)Gibraltar - 667 (0) (507)Papua New Guinea - 583 (7) (545)Taiwan - 550 (7) (502)
    Burundi - 536 (1) (497)Jersey - 530 (32) (426)Comoros - 502 (7) (485)Faroe Islands - 490 (0) (473)
    Mauritius - 419 (10) (379)Eritrea - 414 (0) (372)Isle of Man - 348 (24) (317)Bhutan - 340 (0) (306)
    Mongolia - 328 (0) (312)Monaco - 306 (2) (244)Cambodia - 287 (0) (280)Guernsey - 265 (13) (245)
    Liechtenstein - 252 (1) (145)Cayman Islands - 235 (1) (214)Barbados - 227 (7) (208)Bermuda - 188 (9) (174)
    Seychelles - 151 (0) (148)Brunei - 148 (3) (143)Bonaire - 131 (3) (120)Antigua and Barbuda - 122 (3) (101)
    Northern Mariana Islands - 88 (2) (19)Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 73 (0) (64)British Virgin Islands - 71 (1) (66)Saint Lucia - 54 (0) (27)
    Macao SAR - 46 (0) (46)Dominica - 35 (0) (29)Fiji - 33 (2) (30)New Caledonia - 27 (0) (27)
    Timor-Leste - 27 (0) (27)Vatican City - 27 (0) (15)Grenada - 25 (0) (24)Laos - 23 (0) (22)
    Greenland - 17 (0) (16)Saint Pierre and Miquelon - 16 (0) (5)Falkland Islands - 13 (0) (13)Montserrat - 13 (1) (11)
    Saba - 5 (0) (5)Solomon Islands - 3 (0) (0)Anguilla - 3 (0) (3)Wallis and Futuna - 1 (0) (0)
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    . Nigerian News Index

      1. Nigeria's youth finds its voice with the EndSARS protest movement
        1.   CNN
        2.   CBS News
        3.   The Washington Post
        4.   BBC News
        5.   The New York Times

      2. Nigeria seeks to halt looting amid fury over ‘food warehouses’   Al Jazeera English
      3. #EndSARS: How Nigerians harness social media against police abuse   Al Jazeera English
      4. #EndSARS: How Nigeria can tap into its youthful population   The Conversation CA
      5. Protesters dead after violent clashes with government forces in Nigeria   CBS News
      6. Africa in the news: Guinea, Sudan, Nigeria, and Côte d’Ivoire updates   Brookings Institution
      7. Nigeria's Years of Protest: Here's Why Anger Is Boiling Over Now   Foreign Policy
      8. Column: Nigerian protests reveal a human issue   The Daily Tar Heel
      9. Pope Francis appeals for end to unrest in Nigeria   Vatican News
      10. Houston's Nigerian community joins #EndSARS movement protesting police brutality   KTRK-TV
      11. Facebook hurt Nigeria's #EndSARS protest while Twitter boosted it   Quartz Africa
      12. Roads Blocked in Nigeria in Defiance of President's Call for Calm   Voice of America
      13. Nigerians Demand an End to Police Squad Known as SARS   The New York Times
      14. Nigeria Protests Against Government Violence Reaches Tipping Point   NPR
      15. 24-hour curfew imposed on Lagos amid anti-police brutality protests in Nigeria   CNN
      16. Nigerian activist: Stop killing Nigerians   CNN
      17. Nigerian police mobilize to quell worst unrest in two decades   Reuters
      18. Witnesses say Nigerian forces opened fire on protesters   CNN
      19. Nigerian Security Forces Open Fire During Protest Against Police Brutality   NPR
      20. Nigerian Security Forces Open Fire On Protesters In Lagos   NPR
      21. Nigerian Demonstrations Becoming About More Than the Police   Council on Foreign Relations
      22. Netflix's 'Journey Of An African Colony' Traces Nigeria's Path To Independence : Goats and Soda   NPR
      23. Next Africa: Nigerians Find That Democracy Brings Few Changes   Bloomberg
      24. Violence Erupts After Nigeria's Military Fires On Demonstrators   NPR
      25. Chained and locked up, why some Nigerians turn to religion first to treat the mentally ill   CNN
      26. Sports stars take to social media to condemn police brutality in Nigeria   CNN International
      27. Nigerian police pledge ICRC training as thousands protest nationwide   CNN
      28. Waving flags, they sang Nigeria’s anthem. Then they were shot at   Al Jazeera English
      29. Nigerian Protesters Defy Curfew After Deadly Crackdown   Bloomberg
      30. Nigeria is still struggling at 60. But hope is still alive   The Conversation CA
      31. Falz: Nigeria is 'in a critical state'   CNN
      32. Nigeria: Fear of Repression   Council on Foreign Relations
      33. Nigeria dissolves controversial police unit accused of brutality   CNN
      34. Nigerian governor urges calm as witnesses say soldiers fired on protesters   CNN
      35. Nigeria: Crackdown on Police Brutality Protests   Human Rights Watch
      36. Nigerians in Atlanta saddened, hopeful amid chaos in homeland   Atlanta Journal Constitution
      37. Buhari Readies New Plans to Appease Nigerian Protesters   Bloomberg
      38. Nigerian businessman targets Brazil-style farming revolution at home   Financial Times
      39. Nigeria Sars protests: Horror over shootings in Lagos   BBC News
      40. Nigeria imposes curfews in 4 more states amid protests   Anadolu Agency
      41. Nigeria's Protests Push Authorities to the Edge   Foreign Policy
      42. Eye on Africa   FRANCE 24
      43. Nigeria Sars protest: The misinformation circulating online   BBC News
      44. Nigeria turns 60: Can Africa's most populous nation remain united?   BBC News
      45. Focus   FRANCE 24
      46. Police use water cannons against protesters in Nigeria   CNN
      47. New Nollywood film shines a light on human trafficking in Nigeria   CNN
      48. Anti-Police Demonstrations in Nigeria   Council on Foreign Relations
      49. Nigeria turns 60: Hope despite anger over corruption, poverty   Al Jazeera English
      50. Nigeria Protesters Block Lagos With Army Preparing to Deploy   Bloomberg
      51. Nigerian scientists develop cheaper and faster Covid-19 test kits   CNN
      52. 'We will continue to speak': Nigerians in N.L. seek change amid cry for end to police brutality   CBC.ca
      53. Head of Auschwitz Memorial Seeks Easing of Nigerian Boy’s Prison Sentence   The New York Times
      54. Nigerian migrant worker burned alive in Libya   CNN
      55. Burna Boy: End SARS protests are 'the most important moment in Nigeria's history'   Sky News
      56. Nigeria: Looting, prison fire reported in Lagos   DW (English)
      57. Jihadists kill 14 soldiers in attack on Nigerian army base   The Guardian
      58. Nigerian forces accused of shooting & killing anti-police-brutality protesters   CBS News
      59. At least 11 people killed in attack on convoy in Nigeria   The Guardian
      60. Opinion: Holocaust Historian Offers To Serve 10-Year Sentence Of Nigerian Boy   NPR
      61. Stripe acquires Nigeria’s Paystack for $200M+ to expand into the African continent   TechCrunch
      62. Nigeria: 60 years of independence, but not from oil   DW (English)
      63. Nigeria at 60: Where is the country (really) headed?   The Africa Report
      64. Once unknown Nigerian 'masterpiece' by Ben Enwonwu up for sale   BBC News
      65. Nigeria: Special Anti-Robbery Squad Disbanded After Protests Across Country   Bloomberg
      66. Rights experts denounce death sentence against Nigerian singer who posted on WhatsApp   UN News
      67. Foreign Secretary statement on protests in Nigeria   GOV.UK
      68. #EndSARS: Buhari should guarantee freedom for peaceful protesters in Nigeria   Nairametrics
      69. Nigeria: A case against resilience   The Africa Report
      70. Nigerian singer Wizkid on finding positivity amid brutality   Financial Times
      71. The Nigerian government is killing its citizens — again   Mail and Guardian
      72. U.S. urges restraint after shooting of protesters in Nigeria   Reuters
      73. How to apply for Federal Government scholarship 2021/2022 award for Nigerians   BBC News
      74. Nigerians in Edmonton protest country's Special Anti-Robbery Squad   CTV News Edmonton
      75. Ikoyi prison dey under attack for Lagos Nigeria   BBC News
      76. Moses dedicates first Russian Premier League goal to End SARS protesters in Nigeria   Goal India
      77. NIGERIA: Authorities repeatedly failing to tackle impunity enjoyed by notorious SARS police unit   Amnesty International
      78. Nigeria's independence: Six images from six decades   Yahoo News
      79. How a Nollywood Netflix Drama Sheds Light on Nigeria’s Human Trafficking Crisis   IndieWire
      80. Nigeria Is Developing Strategies for National Blockchain Adoption   Coindesk
      81. Nigeria: #EndSars   AllAfrica - Top Africa News
      82. Nigerian disrupters aggregate farm plots to boost productivity   Financial Times
      83. Nigerian army plans nationwide exercise as protests rock country   Reuters
      84. The world this week   FRANCE 24
      85. Nigeria Protests, Coronavirus, Pope Francis: Your Thursday Briefing   The New York Times
      86. ‘Pray for Nigeria’ – Balotelli, Essien, Zaha join Super Eagles to condemn Lekki massacre   Goal.com
      87. ‘Nigeria’s economy at independence showed great promise’ – Dangote   The Africa Report
      88. Nigeria's battered farmers to get $20 million to aid crop output   Reuters
      89. Nigerian president speaks on dissolution of notorious police unit – video   The Guardian
      90. ‘Nigerian government are killers’ – Manchester United’s Ighalo condemns Lekki Massacre   Goal.com
      91. August Browne: The Nigeria-born man who joined the Polish resistance   BBC News
      92. Award-Winning App For People With Dementia From 3 Nigerian-Irish Teens : Goats and Soda   NPR
      93. President Muhammadu Buhari order Nigeria security to stop violence   BBC News
      94. Boko Haram kills 14 farmers in Nigeria   Anadolu Agency
      95. Fitch Revises Nigeria's Outlook to Stable, Affirms at 'B'   Fitch Ratings
      96. N.L.'s Nigerian community unites in call to end police brutality in Nigeria   CBC.ca
      97. Nigeria's latest position in the Fifa World Rankings revealed   Goal.com
      98. Nigeria’s President Buhari is doing away with petrol subsidies   The Economist
      99. Nigerian community plans rally in Prince George   CKPGToday.ca
      100. Clinging to hope: Charlottetown's End SARS vigil remembers victims of Nigeria protests   The Journal Pioneer
                             
                            

          1. Buhari Finally Speaks On Lekki Shooting [Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari has finally spoken about the purported shooting of peaceful and unarmed #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos last week Tuesday.

          2. Pope Francis Speaks On Violence in Nigeria - Names 13 New Cardinals [Premium Times] "Let us pray to the Lord for Nigeria, so that every form of violence might always be avoided, in the constant search of social harmony through the promotion of justice and the common good," Pope Francis says.

          3. 'Nigerian Youths Are Bruised, We Need Their Forgiveness' [Vanguard] The former governor of Cross River State, Mr Donald Duke has asserted that Nigerian youth were badly bruised and their scares must be healed before the Nation can move forward.

          4. Buhari Sends Ministers, Aides Home to Halt Violent Protests [This Day] Uyo -- Worried by the level of destruction of properties and violence associated with protests across the country, President Muhammadu Buhari has despatched his Ministers and aides to their states to speak to the youths to shun violence.

          5. Lagos Eases Curfew [This Day] The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has eased the curfew imposed on the state after the violence that trailed the EndSARS protests.

          6. How My Homes, Farms Were Looted - Senator [Premium Times] A Nigerian senator, Adelere Oriolowo, has explained how some hoodlums searching for COVID-19 palliatives looted his houses and farms.

          7. Press Institute Condemns Attack On National Pilot [Daily Trust] The International Press Institute has condemned an attack on National Pilot newspaper in Ilorin.

          8. Adamawa State Govt. Imposes 24-Hour Curfew [Daily Trust] Gov. Ahmadu Fintiri of Adamawa has imposed a 24-hour curfew throughout the state, citing a breakdown of law and order in Yola, the capital.

          9. Military Arrest Scores for Vandalising, Looting Public Properties in Jos [Vanguard] The Special Military Task Force, Operation Safe Haven (OPSH),maintaining peace in Plateau has arrested 123 suspects for vandalising and looting items from private businesses and government properties in Jos.

          10. Orimalade, Physician to 4 Nigerian Heads of State, Is Dead [This Day] Dr. Clement Adefolu Orimolade, who was physician to four Nigerian Heads of State, is dead. He died on Tuesday at 88.

          11. Exams Body Suspends Ongoing Examination Indefinitely [Vanguard] The National Examinations Council, NECO, announced Sunday, that it has suspended its ongoing internal Senior Secondary Schools Certificate Examinations, SSCE, indefinitely.

          12. Pope Francis Calls for Prayers for Nigeria [Vanguard] Amidst growing tension across the country, the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, Sunday called for prayers for the country.

          13. Osun - Residents Desert Street, As Military, Police Enforce Curfew [Vanguard] Residents in Osun have deserted major streets in different communities of the state has joint security personnel enforces the curfew imposed on the state.

          14. Looters Break Into Govt Store in Yola, Cart Away Food Items [Premium Times] In a video, many looters could be seen and heard calling on others to rush to the scene in order to get their share.

          15. Why I Have Not Spoken On Lekki Toll Gate Incident - Buhari [This Day] Abuja -- The President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday said he had all along avoided going into a debate about the Lekki Toll Gate incidents until all the facts were established.

          16. #EndSARS Protests - Govt Vows to Prosecute Instigators of Violence [Daily Trust] Sokoto -- The federal government says it has commenced investigations to unravel the forces behind the violent protests in some parts of the country.

          17. #EndSARS - Why Buhari Hasn't Spoken About Lekki Toll Gate Shooting - Presidency [Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has not spoken about the shooting of peaceful protesters by soldiers at Lekki toll gate because all the facts are yet to be established, his office has said.

          18. Enugu Govt Adjusts Curfew to 13 Hours [Premium Times] The governor initially imposed a 24-hour curfew on three local governments.

          19. Drugs, Food Looted in Kaduna Are Expired, Dangerous, NAFDAC Warns [Premium Times] The agency said the looted items include expired, prohibited and dangerous drugs, adding that anybody who consumes such drugs risks serious illnesses and death.

          20. Akwa Ibom Tours Properties Vandalised By Hoodlums [This Day] Akwa Ibom State Governmenthas embarked on on-the-spot assessment of properties vandalized in Uyo, the state capital as an aftermath of the #EndSARS protest.

          21. NSCDC Urges Residents to Obey Curfew in Kaduna State [Vanguard] The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, (NSCDC) Kaduna State Command has appealed to residents of the state to obey the 24-hour curfew imposed on the state to forestall any breakdown of law of order.

          22. How Hoodlums Took Advantage of #EndSars, Wreaked Havoc in Lagos [Premium Times] Hoodlums took advantage of the #EndSARS protest to wreak havoc in Lagos.

          23. Our Leaders Lack Compassion Hence the Protests - Owie [Vanguard] Former Chief Whip of the Senate, Sir Roland Owie has said that the lack of compassion on the part of Nigerian leaders may have been responsible for the violent dimension the anti-police brutality demonstration assumed across the country with the invasion of caring away of palliatives for COVID-19 in several state capitals.

          24. Kaduna Curfew - Police Will Deal With Persons Disturbing Peace - CP [Vanguard] Mr Umar Muri, Commissioner of Police (CP), Kaduna State Police Command, says the command will deal decisively with any person or group disturbing the peace in the state.

          25. EndSars - Cupp Advises Buhari to Connect With Youths [Vanguard] The Coalition of United Political Parries, CUPP, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to take all necessary steps to connect with the Nigerian youth in order to understand their pulse.

          26. EndSars - Tension As N'delta Militants Roll Out 11-Point Demand [Vanguard] Warri -- MILITANT groups from the nine states of the Niger Delta region, which vowed to resume hostilities, last Monday in support of #EndSARS protests, triggered fresh anxiety, weekend, as it presented 11 new demands to the Federal Government.

          27. Looting Spree - Why I Stored Constituency Project Items in My House - Senator [Premium Times] Some hoodlums in the early hours of Saturday stormed the residence of the former Senate leader.

          28. The Bloody or Bloodless Massacre of Lekki [Premium Times] As leaders of the youth miscreants who invaded the palace of Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu, triumphantly made away with the monarch's insignia of office last Wednesday, writ large in my subconscious was same image in celebrated cinematographer, Tunde Kelani's epic, Saworoide. Though Saworoide's plot and the unmitigated arson, murder and lootings in Lagos the day after that black Tuesday may be dissimilar, they are united by a single motif: no matter how long it takes, the oppressed will someday find their gr

          29. #EndSARS Activists Turn Attention to 2023 Election [allAfrica] A leading civil society body organising around the ongoing protests against police brutality has called for supporters to stop sending donations to assist protesters. The Feminist Coalition also said remaining funds would be used to assist people who have been arrested and injured and families of those who have been killed.

          30. Group Tells Govt to Address Demands of Protesters [Vanguard] Abuja -- A group called the New Nigerian Project, NNP, has called on the Federal Government to address demands made by #EndSARS protesters as expectations are high.

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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)
                      NYSC
                      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