President Tinubu To Present 2024 Budget Wednesday


President Bola Ahmed Tinubu will on Wednesday present the 2024 budget to a joint session of the National Assembly. The Secretary of the Research and Information Department of the National Assembly, Ali Barde, disclosed this to the press on Monday. The Appropriation Bill will contain budget proposals for the 2024 fiscal year.

FG Plans Review Of Four Housing Laws


The Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Ahmed Dangiwa, has constituted a Housing Reform Team of experts and stakeholders to develop a robust framework of the housing sector and ensure that housing agencies under the supervision of the Ministry are enhanced to provide affordable homes for Nigerians.

Edo 2024: Shaibu Eyes Obaseki Seat

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Deputy governor of Edo state, Philip Shaibu has declared his interest in running for office of the Governor on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Shaibu, after enduring reprisal for months from His boss, Governor Godwin Obaseki, is now determined to succeed him next year.

UK Detects First Human Case Of Swine Flu

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A variant of the flu strain H1N2, similar to one that is currently circulating in pigs, has been detected in a human for the first time in the UK, according to public health officials. The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said the disease has not previously been detected in humans in the country. The person reportedly experienced a mild illness and has since fully recovered. However, the UKHSA mentioned that they have not yet worked out how the person became infected and the case remains under investigation. 

UNICEF Hint On Sexual Violence Against Children In Benue IDP Camps


The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has revealed in its safety audit report, incidences of sexual violence against children living in some Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in Benue State.

Abuse Of Antibiotics Could Lead To 10 Million Deaths A Year By 2050 - WHO

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a strong warning cautioning against the abuse and misuse of antibiotics stressing that same is denting their efficacy and contributing to the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The warning came on Thursday following a survey conducted by the WHO’s European chapter on antibiotic usage patterns. The study, carried out in 14 countries mostly in Eastern Europe and Central Asia revealed concerning trends, indicating that antibiotics were frequently prescribed for conditions such as the common cold (24 per cent), flu-like symptoms (16 per cent), sore throat (21 per cent), and cough (18 per cent).

NAF Airstrike Destroys Illegal Refineries In Rivers State


The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) High Command said on Wednesday that its aircraft under Operation Delta Safe carried out air strikes against economic saboteurs and oil thieves in the South-South region, during which an active illegal refining site (IRS) with equipment and reservoirs loaded with illegal products at Yellow Island near Bonny Island in Rivers State were totally destroyed.

Old Naira Notes: Supreme Court Extends Validity Indefinitely

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The earlier date of December 31, 2023, has been extended by the Apex Court to allow the old N200, N500, and N1,000 notes to coexist alongside the new currencies. The court ruled on Wednesday that both old and new notes should continue to remain legal tender until the federal government puts a process in place for its replacement or redesign after due consultation with relevant stakeholders.

Tinubu Presents 2024 Appropriation Bill To NASS

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President Bola Tinubu arrived at the National Assembly complex earlier on Wednesday morning to present his first full-year National Budget to the National Assembly since he was sworn in May 2023. The president who presented the 2024 Appropriation Bill before a joint session of the Senate and the House of Representatives was accompanied by some ministers and aides, and senior officials.

4IR Technologies Application Now Open- Min. Of Comm, Tijani

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The Federal Government has open applications for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Technologies (4IRTA) meant to optimize Nigeria’s economy on Monday.

Sam Altman To Return As CEO Of OpenAI

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Sam Altman has agreed to return to lead OpenAI, overcoming an attempted boardroom coup that sent the company into chaos over the past several days. Former president Greg Brockman, who quit in protest of Altman’s firing, will return as well. The company while revealing the above on Wednesday on X (formerly Twitter) said “We have reached an agreement in principle for Sam Altman to return to OpenAI as CEO with a new initial board.”

Telecom Operators Considers Increase in Tariff

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The Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) has revealed that they will need for upward review in tariffs, noting that telecom tariff in the country as the current tariff regime in the telecom sector is no longer sustainable. the current tariff is not sustainable with the present regime. This was revealed by the Chairman of ALTON, Mr. Gbenga Adebayo during a stakeholders' meeting with the Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC), Dr. Aminu Maida.

Oscar Pistorius To Be Released In January


South African former Paralympic star who was jailed for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013 will be freed on 5 January 2024. According to South Africa’s correctional services department on Friday, 24th November 2023, South Africa’s parole board granted early release to Oscar Pistorius, after deeming him fit for social reintegration.

EPL: Paul Merson Predicts Man City vs Liverpool Clash


Arsenal legend Paul Merson has today ahead of the march fixtures’ predicted the outcome of the Premier League match 13 taking place across different grounds in England this weekend and on Monday night. Accordingly, Manchester City will host Liverpool in the first leg of Premier League match on Saturday afternoon at the Etihad Stadium. 

Dani Alves Risk Nine-Year Jail Term Over Rape Allegation


Former Barcelona and Sevilla star Dani Alves could be facing up to nine years in prison if the prosecution gets the conviction they are hoping for, as his rape case has finally reached the trial phase.

Popular Kannywood Actor Aminu Bono Is Dead


Popular Kannywood actor and movie Director, Aminu Surajo Bono has died. Bono is said to have collapsed on Monday evening and was rushed to hospital where he was confirmed dead by doctors. His colleagues in the movie industry confirm the incident on Social media. Actor Ali Nuhu, in an Instagram post on Monday wrote: “May God have mercy on Aminu S Bono and make paradise your final abode.”

Guinness World Records: Irish Chef Breaks Hilda's Record


An Irish chef, Alan Fisheran, owner of a Japanese restaurant has dethroned Hilda Baci, the previous holder of the longest cooking marathon in Guinness World Record (GWR). Recall that Guinness World Records confirmed Nigerian chef, Hilda Bassey aka Hilda Baci as the record holder for the longest cooking marathon by an individual after she cooked for 93 hours.

Veteran Actor Mr. Ibu Loses Leg To Surgery


Veteran Nollywood actor, John Okafor better known as Mr Ibu, has lost one of his leg to amputation following a sickness. This was revealed through a statement via the actor’s verified Instagram page today Monday saying, this was done in the interest of his medical conditions and to save his life. Mr Ibu has been hospitalised for months over health complication that he had to undergone seven successful surgeries and there’s hope for him to survive but still needs financial support from Nigerians.

ECOWAS Condemns Sierra Leone Coup Attempt

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The regional bloc, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which has contended with a series of coups among its members since 2020, has condemned the attempted coup in the capital city of Sierra Leone which was thwarted in the early hours of Sunday. ECOWAS expressed its utter disgust over a "plot by certain individuals to acquire arms and disturb the peace and constitutional order”.

Niger Junta: ECOWAS Parliament Seeks To Lift Sanctions On Niger Republic

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The Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS Parliament has urged the Heads of State and Government in the region to lift the sanctions imposed on the Niger Republic.

Israel-Hamas War: WHO Describes Al-Shifa Hospital As “Death Zone”

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has described Al-Shifa hospital in war torn Gaza as a “death zone”. A joint UN team led by the WHO assessed the hospital for one hour on Saturday in Gaza and saw signs of shelling and gunfire. The team included public health experts, logistics officers and security staff from various U.N. departments. The team described the hospital as a "death zone" and said the situation was "desperate," with the hospital basically not functioning as a medical facility due to scarcity of clean water, fuel, medicine and other essentials.

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