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Procyon Radio 6pm Major bulletin for Saturday 10, 2022

Good evening! Below are the major bulletin for 6pm news on procyon radio

1. The central bank of nigeria’s Deputy Governor for Financial System Stability, Aishat Ahmad, and Deputy Governor for Corporate Services, Edward Adamu have appeared before the Senate Banking and Finance Committee on Friday and explained the new withdrawal limit introduced by the bank. CONTINUE READING

2. Stakeholders of the African Continental Free Trade Area  have said  that AFCFTA has the capacity to boost intra-african trade and is expected to deliver an integrated continental market consisting of 1.27 billion consumers with aggregate GDP of 3.4 trillion dollars. CONTINUE READING

3. The Emir of Misau in Bauchi State  Ahmed Suleiman, has stressed the need for the National Assembly to hasten amendment to the Nigerian Constitution in order to provide specific roles for traditional rulers in the country. CONTINUE READING

4. Governor Hope Uzodimma  of Imo state has initiated the installation of night-landing facilities at the Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport. CONTINUE READING

5. The National Directorate of Employment has disbursed 100,000 naira loan each to 42 youths in Bayelsa State to embark on sustainable agricultural development.

6. The Defence Headquarters, DHQ, has dismissed several headlines and news purporting to suggest that the Chief of Defence Staff, General Lucky Irabor CFR, had alluded to the military (and other security agencies) being under pressure to compromise the 2023 elections. CONTINUE READING

7. The International Organisation for Migration Awareness Raising Officer (Nigeria), Cyprine Cheptepkeny say it has assisted  29,000 irregular migrants back to Nigeria, since April 2017. He said this at the campaign launch of “Korrect Waka” and official unveilling of its communication materials in Owa-Alero community, Ika North-East Local Council of Delta State. CONTINUE READING

8. Chairman, Local Organising Committee (LOC) for Delta 2022 National Sports Festival, Patrick Ukah, has assured Nigerians that the closing ceremony of the games today will be highly entertaining. CONTINUE READING

9. The spokesperson for a group under the aegis of United Sports Stakeholders (USS) Sylvanus Ofekun has said that it has uncovered plan by the incumbent president of the Nigeria Olympic Committee  Habu Gumel to instigate the electoral committee to disqualify some candidates from contesting the NOC’s election slated for December 15, 2022 in Jalingo,Taraba State and had perfected plans to return as NOC president unopposed even before he constituted the electoral committee. CONTINUE READING

10. United Nations says that nearly half of Somalia’s population – 7.6 million people – need urgent assistance because of the drought. CONTINUE READING

11.SOUTH Africa says it will decriminalise Sex work.The authorities, by this, hope to tackle high levels of crime against women in a country with one of the world’s highest HIV caseloads. CONTINUE READING

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