Tag: Nigerians

21.77m Nigerians Jobless as Unemployment Rate Rises to 27.1%

The number of unemployed Nigerians rose to 21.77 million in the second quarter of this year (Q2 2020), compared to 20.93 million in Q3 2018, according to figures released by…

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5 Types Of Nigerians You’ll Meet On LinkedIn

If you use LinkedIn, you’ll understand that Nigerians on that space are another a different breed entirely. And trust us to tell things as they are. Here’s a list of…

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In 13 Months, Nigerians spend N2.37tn on petrol ,says NNPC

In 13 months, Nigerians spent N2.37tn on petrol imported into the country by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, data released by the corporation has shown. The corporation said that its…

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Nigerian  Migrant doctors’ Figures in United Kingdom Hits 7,875

No fewer than 7,875 Nigerian doctors are currently practising in the United Kingdom, according to the UK’s General Medical Council. The GMC, which is the government body that maintains the…

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Onyema: UK frustrated Air Peace attempt to evacuate Nigerians

Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, has described the denial of his airline landing permit to evacuate stranded Nigerians in the United Kingdom as an eye-opener. Onyema expressed…

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Buhari Signs N10.8tn Revised Budget, Assures MDAs on Capital Votes

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday in Abuja signed into law the revised 2020 budget of N10.8 trillion with an assurance that the government’s ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) will receive 50…

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14,089 Nigerians Diagnosed of Cancer Every Year, Says FG

Federal government has said that about 14,089 Nigerians were usually diagnosed of cancer yearly with 25 per cent fatality. Also, available data showed that 33 out of every 100,000 persons…

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Should Nigerians Abroad be Allowed to Vote?

Oyeniyi Oluwapelumi highlights the legitimate desire of Nigerians living abroad to participate in the choice of leaders in their home country The perennial clamour for diaspora 0voting is upon us…

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