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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 - 7,107,463 (206,728) (3,820,912)India - 5,901,826 (93,410) (4,846,327)Brazil - 4,692,579 (140,709) (4,040,949)Russia - 1,136,048 (20,056) (934,146)
    Colombia - 798,317 (25,103) (687,477)Peru - 794,584 (32,037) (650,948)Mexico - 720,858 (75,844) (518,204)Spain - 716,481 (31,232) (-)
    Argentina - 691,235 (15,208) (536,576)South Africa - 668,529 (16,312) (599,149)France - 513,034 (31,661) (94,891)Chile - 453,868 (12,527) (428,580)
    Iran - 439,882 (25,222) (369,842)United Kingdom - 423,236 (41,936) (-)Bangladesh - 356,767 (5,093) (267,024)Iraq - 341,699 (8,867) (273,266)
    Saudi Arabia - 332,329 (4,625) (315,636)Turkey - 311,455 (7,858) (273,282)Pakistan - 309,015 (6,444) (294,740)Italy - 306,235 (35,801) (222,716)
    Philippines - 299,361 (5,196) (232,399)Germany - 283,706 (9,530) (248,478)Indonesia - 266,845 (10,218) (196,196)Israel - 215,273 (1,405) (152,837)
    Ukraine - 191,671 (3,827) (85,133)Canada - 150,456 (9,255) (129,573)Bolivia - 132,618 (7,765) (92,101)Ecuador - 132,475 (11,236) (102,852)
    Qatar - 124,650 (212) (121,512)Romania - 119,683 (4,633) (96,158)Morocco - 112,522 (1,998) (91,932)Dominican Republic - 110,597 (2,087) (84,610)
    Panama - 109,431 (2,311) (86,158)Belgium - 108,768 (9,965) (19,836)Kazakhstan - 107,590 (1,699) (102,360)Netherlands - 105,918 (6,328) (-)
    Egypt - 102,625 (5,853) (93,531)Kuwait - 102,441 (595) (93,562)Oman - 95,907 (885) (86,765)Sweden - 90,923 (5,878) (-)
    United Arab Emirates - 89,540 (409) (78,819)Guatemala - 88,878 (3,186) (77,750)China Mainland - 85,337 (4,634) (80,536)Poland - 84,396 (2,392) (66,740)
    Japan - 80,497 (1,532) (73,490)Belarus - 76,957 (807) (73,925)Honduras - 73,193 (2,249) (24,580)Ethiopia - 72,173 (1,155) (29,863)
    Portugal - 72,055 (1,936) (47,003)Costa Rica - 70,816 (812) (27,023)Nepal - 70,614 (459) (51,866)Venezuela - 70,406 (581) (59,745)
    Bahrain - 68,190 (236) (61,475)Czechia - 60,027 (578) (28,022)Nigeria - 58,062 (1,103) (49,606)Singapore - 57,665 (27) (57,341)
    Uzbekistan - 54,392 (449) (50,879)Switzerland - 51,864 (1,778) (42,700)Algeria - 50,754 (1,707) (35,654)Moldova - 49,666 (1,264) (37,023)
    Armenia - 48,643 (947) (43,401)Ghana - 46,222 (299) (45,417)Kyrgyzstan - 45,932 (1,063) (42,147)Austria - 42,312 (786) (32,301)
    Azerbaijan - 39,787 (583) (37,392)Afghanistan - 39,186 (1,451) (32,619)Kenya - 37,707 (682) (24,504)Paraguay - 36,404 (743) (20,502)
    West Bank - 35,305 (-) (-)Ireland - 34,315 (1,797) (24,000)Lebanon - 33,962 (333) (14,778)Serbia - 33,238 (746) (-)
    Libya - 31,290 (491) (17,508)El Salvador - 28,415 (823) (22,643)Australia - 27,000 (869) (24,396)Bosnia and Herzegovina - 26,564 (808) (19,507)
    Denmark - 25,594 (647) (19,010)South Korea - 23,455 (395) (20,978)Hungary - 22,127 (718) (4,945)Puerto Rico - 21,868 (635) (-)
    Cameroon - 20,712 (418) (19,440)Bulgaria - 19,828 (789) (14,132)Côte d'Ivoire - 19,556 (120) (19,065)North Macedonia - 17,343 (721) (14,422)
    Greece - 16,913 (369) (8,648)Madagascar - 16,221 (228) (14,867)Croatia - 15,795 (266) (14,303)Kosovo - 15,379 (617) (13,088)
    Senegal - 14,839 (304) (11,910)Zambia - 14,515 (332) (13,643)Sudan - 13,592 (836) (6,764)Norway - 13,478 (270) (10,371)
    Tunisia - 13,305 (180) (3,988)Albania - 13,045 (373) (7,309)Namibia - 10,835 (119) (8,569)Malaysia - 10,687 (133) (9,696)
    Congo (DRC) - 10,578 (271) (10,070)Guinea - 10,478 (65) (9,816)Maldives - 10,014 (34) (8,674)Montenegro - 9,962 (155) (6,177)
    Tajikistan - 9,562 (74) (8,341)Finland - 9,484 (343) (7,850)Myanmar - 9,112 (174) (2,517)Gabon - 8,728 (54) (7,934)
    Haiti - 8,684 (227) (6,551)Luxembourg - 8,233 (124) (6,976)Slovakia - 8,048 (41) (4,036)Zimbabwe - 7,787 (227) (6,057)
    Mozambique - 7,589 (53) (4,649)Mauritania - 7,433 (161) (7,052)Uganda - 7,218 (71) (3,291)Jordan - 7,211 (39) (4,035)
    Malawi - 5,761 (179) (4,110)Jamaica - 5,723 (80) (1,496)Cabo Verde - 5,628 (55) (4,982)Djibouti - 5,409 (61) (5,340)
    Eswatini - 5,399 (108) (4,767)Cuba - 5,350 (118) (4,658)Nicaragua - 5,073 (149) (2,913)Hong Kong SAR - 5,059 (105) (4,765)
    Equatorial Guinea - 5,018 (83) (4,530)Slovenia - 5,007 (145) (-)Congo - 4,979 (78) (3,742)Central African Republic - 4,806 (62) (1,840)
    Suriname - 4,789 (102) (4,578)Rwanda - 4,789 (29) (3,080)Georgia - 4,664 (27) (1,759)Angola - 4,590 (167) (1,554)
    Trinidad and Tobago - 4,260 (69) (2,122)Lithuania - 4,184 (89) (2,298)Syria - 4,001 (185) (1,028)Aruba - 3,799 (25) (2,753)
    Bahamas - 3,699 (81) (1,962)The Gambia - 3,555 (110) (2,034)Thailand - 3,519 (59) (3,360)Somalia - 3,465 (98) (2,877)
    Sri Lanka - 3,345 (13) (3,158)Estonia - 3,118 (64) (2,417)Mali - 3,064 (130) (2,402)Malta - 2,929 (30) (2,261)
    South Sudan - 2,676 (49) (1,290)Gaza Strip - 2,658 (-) (-)Guyana - 2,579 (71) (1,483)Iceland - 2,561 (10) (2,151)
    Benin - 2,325 (40) (1,960)Guinea-Bissau - 2,324 (39) (1,549)Guam - 2,286 (39) (1,668)Sierra Leone - 2,199 (72) (1,678)
    Yemen - 2,029 (587) (1,255)Uruguay - 1,967 (47) (1,710)Andorra - 1,836 (53) (1,263)New Zealand - 1,831 (25) (1,388)
    Belize - 1,758 (22) (1,072)Togo - 1,722 (44) (1,312)Cyprus - 1,671 (22) (1,369)Latvia - 1,625 (36) (1,282)
    Lesotho - 1,554 (35) (782)French Polynesia - 1,469 (5) (1,237)Burkina Faso - 1,452 (55) (1,103)Liberia - 1,338 (82) (1,221)
    U.S. Virgin Islands - 1,296 (19) (1,209)Niger - 1,194 (69) (1,107)Chad - 1,175 (83) (1,004)Botswana - 1,153 (11) (575)
    Vietnam - 1,069 (35) (999)São Tomé and Príncipe - 911 (15) (881)San Marino - 727 (42) (676)Turks and Caicos Islands - 679 (5) (603)
    Papua New Guinea - 531 (7) (516)Taiwan - 510 (7) (480)Burundi - 483 (1) (462)Comoros - 474 (7) (453)
    Faroe Islands - 458 (0) (417)Jersey - 400 (32) (366)Eritrea - 369 (0) (330)Mauritius - 367 (10) (343)
    Gibraltar - 364 (0) (333)Isle of Man - 340 (24) (314)Curaçao - 329 (1) (124)Mongolia - 313 (0) (303)
    Cambodia - 275 (0) (274)Bhutan - 263 (0) (198)Guernsey - 256 (13) (240)Cayman Islands - 210 (1) (207)
    Monaco - 208 (2) (167)Barbados - 190 (7) (175)Bermuda - 181 (9) (167)Brunei - 146 (3) (142)
    Seychelles - 143 (0) (140)Liechtenstein - 117 (1) (110)Antigua and Barbuda - 98 (3) (92)British Virgin Islands - 71 (1) (62)
    Northern Mariana Islands - 69 (2) (19)Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 64 (0) (64)Macao SAR - 46 (0) (46)Fiji - 32 (2) (28)
    Saint Lucia - 27 (0) (27)Timor-Leste - 27 (0) (27)New Caledonia - 26 (0) (26)Dominica - 25 (0) (21)
    Grenada - 24 (0) (24)Laos - 23 (0) (22)Bonaire - 16 (1) (8)Greenland - 14 (0) (14)
    Falkland Islands - 13 (0) (13)Montserrat - 13 (1) (12)Vatican City - 12 (0) (12)Saint Pierre and Miquelon - 11 (0) (5)
    Saba - 5 (0) (5)Anguilla - 3 (0) (3)
    . Health insurance Index
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    . Nigerian News Index

      1. Auschwitz Memorial director offers to serve sentence for Nigeria 'blasphemy' boy   BBC News
      2. Nigerian gas tanker explosion kills at least 28   CNN
      3. WFP Nigeria Country Brief, July 2020   ReliefWeb
      4. Nigerian Military Leader, Fatally Wounded in Boko Haram Ambush, Remembered as Hero   Voice of America
      5. Nigerian air travel could shut as unions pledge to join strike   Reuters
      6. Gas tanker explosion in Nigeria kills 28   KOLD
      7. Nigeria Emergency Dashboard, August 2020   ReliefWeb
      8. Nigeria: Gas tanker blast in Lagos State injures 15   Anadolu Agency
      9. US places travel restrictions on Nigerians involved in violence and rigging during elections   CNN
      10. Jihadist ambush on Nigeria state governor's convoy kills 15: sources   Guardian
      11. Nigeria: Failure to release report of Presidential Panel a setback for rule of law   Amnesty International
      12. Nigeria Launches Community Policing Initiative   Council on Foreign Relations
      13. Air pollution in Lagos, Nigeria kills 11,000 a year -World Bank   Quartz Africa
      14. Parenting for Peace   ReliefWeb
      15. Is Nigeria’s surprise interest rate cut enough to boost economy?   Aljazeera.com
      16. Outrage as Nigeria sentences 13-year-old boy to 10 years in prison for blasphemy   CNN
      17. Letter from Africa: Behind Ghana and Nigeria's love-hate affair   BBC News
      18. Funding approved for $US 1.96bn Nigeria – Niger line   International Railway Journal
      19. She was diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Now she is helping others work through theirs   CNN
      20. Nigeria's slave descendants prevented from marrying who they want   BBC News
      21. Bosso named Nigeria U20 coach as NFF announces national team coaches   Goal.com
      22. Why the Child's Rights Act still doesn't apply throughout Nigeria   The Conversation CA
      23. ">Air Marshal "Sadique Abubakar": Nigeria Chief of Air Staff Nigeria and everitin to know about am   BBC News
      24. Nigeria's Wilfred Ndidi out for 'six to 12 weeks' with abductor injury   cgtn.com
      25. Algeria named as Nigeria's opponent after Cote d'Ivoire withdrawal   Goal.com
      26. Netflix Unveils Nigerian Original Series, Three Films   Hollywood Reporter
      27. Local refining; A panacea for Nigeria's reliance on imported refined products   Nairametrics
      28. 5 designers leading Nigeria's hyperlocal fashion revolution   CNN
      29. Nigeria is Africa's leader in Bitcoin transfers, transacts $8 million weekly   Nairametrics
      30. Ecosystem approach could accelerate biometric enrollment in Nigeria   Biometric Update
      31. Nothing Happens When Women Are Raped in Nigeria   The New York Times
      32. 'Coronavirus a blessing': Pandemic boom in Nigeria's 'Kannywood'   Al Jazeera English
      33. Women 'abused' by police enforcing COVID-19 rules in Nigeria   Al Jazeera English
      34. The Latest: Nigeria urges vaccine to be available to all   Associated Press
      35. Nigeria Eni/Shell corruption case: Future of Eni’s CEO at stake   The Africa Report
      36. COVID-19: Nigeria reopens houses of worship in Lagos   Anadolu Agency
      37. Nigerians in diaspora reveal their favourite Nigerian Stocks   Nairametrics
      38. Digital Nomads: The Nigerian sharing data-backed African solutions with the world   TechCabal
      39. ">Family of "Ifeoma Abugu" suspect rape, Nigeria police "SARS" claim cocaine overdose kill her weeks to her marriage   BBC News
      40. Thor Explorations: Putting Nigeria's gold reserves on the mining map   Mining Review
      41. Nigerian forces kill 16 Boko Haram terrorists   Anadolu Agency
      42. Gunmen Overrun Police Base in Northern Nigeria   Voice of America
      43. NNPC driving Nigeria’s biofuel agenda: Nowhere near 2020 target   The Africa Report
      44. UK seeks to seize $39 million from lawyer who helped corrupt Nigerian politician   Reuters
      45. Nigerian doctors end strike over pay   Al Jazeera English
      46. Nigeria’s Benin Bronzes: ‘It’s not the place of the British to decide their fate’   The Africa Report
      47. Nigeria's Rising Number of Missing Persons   Human Rights Watch
      48. Facebook to open Africa office in Lagos, Nigeria in 2021   Quartz Africa
      49. New U.S. policy to ban Nigerians, others from four-year varsity degrees   Guardian
      50. Global Bulletin: Netflix Doubles Down in Nigeria, Scooping Four New Originals   Variety
      51. Journalists attacked while covering alleged vote fraud in Nigeria’s Edo state   CPJ Press Freedom Online
      52. Kevin Akpoguma: Ex-German youth star sold on Nigeria 'vision'   BBC News
      53. Nigerian president mourns death of emir of Zazzau   Anadolu Agency
      54. Nigeria-Benin: Dangote mediates border fight for Buhari and Talon   The Africa Report
      55. Ghana and Nigeria's historic spat flares   DW (English)
      56. Letter from Africa: Why journalists in Nigeria feel under attack   BBC News
      57. Nigeria is using the pandemic to build a better energy future   World Economic Forum
      58. Nigerian Producer Mo Abudu on Striking Netflix's First Multi-Title African Deal: “As a Continent, We've Remained So Quiet” (Exclusive)   Hollywood Reporter
      59. A Nigerian at Real Madrid: African Football HQ   Goal.com
      60. Nigeria Delays Saturday's Planned Restart of International Flights   Voice of America
      61. Convergence Partners' subsidiary, inq acquires Vodacom Nigeria   Nairametrics
      62. North East Nigeria: COVID-19 Situation Update (As of 20th September 2020)   ReliefWeb
      63. A Nigerian Farmer's Murder Shows Food Security at Tipping Point   Bloomberg
      64. Accelerating bitcoin trading in Nigeria   Stears Business
      65. Nigeria’s ‘Ìfé’ film reclaims love at the center of LGBTQ stories   The World
      66. The Nigerian filmmakers risking jail with lesbian movie Ife   BBC News
      67. Nigerian scientists have identified seven lineages of SARS-CoV-2: why it matters   The Conversation CA
      68. North-East Nigeria: Situation Update, August 2020   ReliefWeb
      69. Nigerian producer closes Netflix’s first multi-title African deal   NME
      70. Nigerian medical doctors among least paid globally   Guardian
      71. In pandemic, Nigerian teacher can 'teach the whole world'   The Associated Press
      72. Dollar shortage squeezes World Bank-backed Nigeria power plant   Financial Times
      73. ">Self Certification form: Nigeria FIRS Tax ID, Bank BVN & how "Self Certification form" policy dey different   BBC News
      74. Cameroon Bans Cereal Exports to Nigeria   Voice of America
      75. Nigeria’s film industry has taken a viral knock   The Economist
      76. Dell partners firms to launch Tech Experience Centre in Nigeria   Nairametrics
      77. Brazen Nigerian Crypto Scam Inksnation Still Operational Three Months After Regulator Warning | Featured   Bitcoin News
      78. Nigeria records 5 new COVID-19 deaths, 197 infections   Anadolu Agency
      79. How corruption undermines peacebuilding in Nigeria’s oil region   The Conversation CA
      80. Nigeria regulators recognize digital assets in stunning new statement   Cointelegraph
      81. Nigeria's opportunity for return of Benin Bronzes   BBC News
      82. Nigeria: Organized labor asks FG to reverse the price of petrol and electricity tariff   Devdiscourse
      83. EU can help end Nigeria slaughter   EUobserver
      84. Floods Washed Away More Than 25% of Nigeria’s Rice Harvest   Bloomberg
      85. Nigeria's fixed income & forex market review   CNBCAfrica.com
      86. ">Buhari on "Nigeria food crisis": Spaghetti pasta, vegetable, Egusi soup to grocery & restaurants   BBC News
      87. Oluwatobiloba Olanrewaju favoured to represent Nigeria after new Fifa eligibility rules   Goal.com
      88. Nigeria: Surge in Boko Haram attacks derails return of refugees   Anadolu Agency
      89. Nigerian Hacker Sentenced to Prison in U.S. for Targeting Government Employees   OODA Loop
      90. Peter Olawale: Nigeria's 'little Ronaldo' that Dortmund targeted   Goal.com
      91. Nigerian Biotechnologist Touts Potent Herbal COVID-19 Treatment   Voice of America
      92. What Nigeria's poor power supply really costs and how a hybrid system could work for business   The Conversation CA
      93. Gunmen kill at least 5 in central Nigeria attack   Xinhua
      94. ‘I am not desperate’ – Nigeria’s Pinnick on Caf presidency bid   Goal.com
      95. Nigeria says can tap mineral wealth despite COVID, unrest   Reuters
      96. Emirates Airlines banned from operating in Nigeria   Nairametrics
      97. Nigeria Prepares For An Extended Period Of Low Oil Prices   OilPrice.com
      98. Nigerian Stocks fire up on all cylinders, investors gain N173.62 billion   Nairametrics
      99. Gbajabiamila: Insecurity Threatening Existence of Nigeria   THISDAY Newspapers
      100. ‘Tijani a better replacement for Ndidi’ – Boboye backs ex-Nigeria U17 captain for Super Eagles role   Goal.com
                             
                            

          1. Why the Child's Rights Act Still Doesn't Apply Throughout Nigeria [The Conversation Africa] Nigeria adopted the Child's Rights Act in 2003, giving legal consent to both the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child. The country's constitution states that for an international law to take effect, Nigeria's legislature must create a national version.

          2. 13 States Technically Insolvent, Debts Rise 163% [Vanguard] Thirteen States in Nigeria may have become technically insolvent as an independent research report indicated they failed fiscal sustainability test.

          3. Dozens Killed, Houses Destroyed As Floods Ravage North-Central [Premium Times] Torrential rains accompanied by strong winds have in recent weeks wreaked havoc in the North-central sub-region of Nigeria.

          4. WHO Representative Urges Borno, the Last Polio Sanctuary, to Remain Vigilant Despite Certification [WHO] Maiduguri -- The World Health Organization (WHO) Representative to Nigeria, Dr Walter Kazadi Mulombo has congratulated Borno, the last wild polio virus (WPV) sanctuary in Africa, for making Nigeria and Africa proud.

          5. UK Moves to Confiscate $39m From Ibori's Lawyer [Premium Times] The UK government on Thursday began moves to confiscate about $39 million from Bhadresh Gohil, a legal counsel to convicted former governor of Delta State, James Ibori.

          6. 30 Injured, 23 Buildings, 15 Vehicles Destroyed in Lagos Explosion - Officials [Premium Times] The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) said 30 persons were injured in the explosion which occurred at Iju Ishaga on Thursday while houses and vehicles were also destroyed in the explosion.

          7. Firm Owned By Top Lawyer Flagged in U.S. for Moving Millions of Dollars Abroad [Premium Times] Mr Tarfa is currently facing a 26-count amended charge for refusal to declare his assets, misinforming an officer of the EFCC and offering gratification to a public official.

          8. U.S. to Assist Nigeria With $50m Planned Security Assistance [This Day] The United States will assist Nigeria with roughly $50 million in planned security assistance under its "global train and equip" programme, a new report by the Congressional Research Services (CSR) has revealed.

          9. Agency Warns of Second Wave of Coronavirus [Premium Times] The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has warned that there is likely to be an even more devastating second wave of coronavirus in Adamawa and other states in the country due to the non-compliance to COVID-19 health guidelines.

          10. Boko Haram Commander, Family Surrender to Troops in Borno [Daily Trust] The Defence Headquarters says a high profile Boko Haram commander has surrendered to Nigerian troops during clearance operations in their enclaves in Borno saying that the operations took place between Sept. 17 and Sept. 23.

          11. 7 Boko Haram Commanders Eliminated in Strike On 5 Camps in Lake Chad [Daily Trust] Troops of Operation Lafiya Dole have eliminated several top commanders and fighters of Boko Haram terrorists group in their various camps at the fringes of Lake Chad in Kukawa Local Government Area of Borno.

          12. Road Accidents Now Kills More Nigerians Than HIV, TB - Govt [This Day] Abuja -- The federal government yesterday lamented the frequency of carnages caused by road accidents in the country, noting that deaths resulting from crashes have now exceeded the ones caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV) and the deadly tuberculosis disease combined.

          13. Tight Race to Big Brother Naija Lockdown Finale [This Day] Who will be crowned the winner of the Big Brother Naija Lockdown season on Sunday? Laycon or Nengi?

          14. Imo Govt Disbands Task Force Over Death of 3,000 Day-Old Chicks [Premium Times] The vehicle carrying the day-old chicks was impounded by members of the state's task force on the emblem.

          15. Police Arrest Officers for Assaulting Two Men [Premium Times] The officers were captured in a video picking people up on the road at random

          16. Two Killed in Renewed Ebonyi/Cross River Boundary Dispute [Premium Times] Three other persons are still missing after the clash

          17. Zazzau Kingmakers Shortlist Three Candidates for Emir, Exclude El-Rufai's Ally [Premium Times] The kingmakers are selecting a replacement for Emir Shehu Idris, who died on Sunday.

          18. Fayemi's 'Suspension' Is Null and Void - APC Headquarters [Premium Times] "Governor Kayode Fayemi remains the leader of the party in Ekiti State."

          19. INEC Solicits Support of Traditional Rulers in Ondo for Success of Oct 10 Election [Vanguard] The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has urged traditional rulers in Ondo state to help promote peace and ensure the electorate complied with COVID-19 protocols during the Oct. 10 governorship election.

          20. Manufacturing Sector Activities Down 5th Consecutive Month [Vanguard] Activities in Nigeria's manufacturing sector experienced its fifth consecutive monthly decline, standing at 46.9 index points in September 2020 due to decline in business activities during the period.

          21. Lagos Assembly Proposes Bill Criminalising 'Unlawful Society' in Higher Institutions [Premium Times] A bill titled; "A Bill For A Law To Provide For The Prohibition of Unlawful Societies And Cultism In Lagos State And For Other Connected Purposes," went through a public hearing at the Lagos House of Assembly on Thursday.

          22. Ekiti APC Crisis Worsens As Faction 'Suspends' Fayemi From Party [Premium Times] Aggrieved members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State have announced the suspension of Governor Kayode Fayemi from the party for alleged anti-party activities.

          23. Kogi Declares Two-Day Mourning for Victims of Tanker Accident [This Day] The Kogi State Government has declared a two-day mourning in honour of the 28 victims of a tanker explosion, which occurred in Lokoja, the state capital, on Wednesday.

          24. Hope Rises for Domestic Airlines On Aircraft Leasing [This Day] Nigerian airlines may soon begin to lease aircraft without high insurance premium and rigid, outrageous leasing rates, as the federal government has stepped in to rebuild relationship between airlines and lessors.

          25. Current International Mechanism for Asset Recovery Weak - Osinbajo [This Day] Abuja -- Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday canvassed the need to strengthen international cooperation in the global effort to curtail illicit financial flows, saying the current international mechanisms are not strong enough to address the menace.

          26. Don't Rule Out States Creation, Omo-Agege Tells Nigerians [This Day] Abuja -- The Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, has said that the possibility of creating new states in the ongoing review of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria cannot be ruled out.

          27. Nigerian Oil, Gas Suppliers Lament N320bn Loss, Back Deregulation [This Day] Abuja -- The Natural Oil and Gas Suppliers Association of Nigeria (NOGASA) yesterday bemoaned its huge losses to the tune of N320 billion as a result of the control of the prices of products by the federal government.

          28. U.S. Announces Proposed Rule Establishing Fixed Period of Stay for International Students [This Day] The United States has announced a proposed rule establishing a fixed period of stay for international students, exchange visitors and foreign information media representatives to encourage programme compliance, reduce fraud and enhance national security.

          29. Buhari Not Biased Against Christians, Presidency Tells British Lawmakers [This Day] Abuja -- The presidency yesterday debunked the allegation that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari is biased against any ethnicity or religious group.

          30. CAMA Will Aid Nigeria's Fight Against Corruption - Buhari [This Day] Abuja -- Following the controversies trailing the enactment of Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020 (CAMA), President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday said the law would boost the fight against corruption in Nigeria, explaining that it would enhance transparency and corporate accountability.

          1. Nigerian government inaugurates infectious disease centre in Abuja
          2. Appeal Court reserves judgment in Bayelsa deputy governor’s certificate forgery suit
          3. Nigeria deports 10 Egyptians, seven Sri-Lankans
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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