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Procyon Radio Major bulletin for Friday 9, 2022

Good day! Below was the major bulletin for 6pm news on procyon radio

1. House of Representatives has mandated authorities of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to halt at once the revised cash withdrawal limits policy expected to commence on January 9, 2023 in response to public outcry. CONTINUE READING

2. The Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Olamilekan Adegbite has said that  Eleven companies, including three from Russia, are in the concession bid for Ajaokuta Steel Company.he disclosed this in Abuja on Thursday at the ninth edition of President Muhammadu Buhari Administration’s Scorecard Series (2015 to 2023). CONTINUE READING

3. The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, says the rising prices of food in Nigeria will come down as more food is produced.He said this in Abuja at the 9th edition of President Muhammadu Buhari Administration’s Scorecard Series (2015 to 2023). CONTINUE READING

4. The World Health Organization (WHO) has bemoaned that Nigeria bears the highest burdens of tuberculosis and pediatric HIV while accounting for 50% of neglected tropical diseases in Africa.The WHO Field Presence Cluster Lead, Ahmed Khedr said Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) account for 29% of all deaths in Nigeria with premature mortality from the 4 main NCDs (Hypertension, Diabetes, Cancers, Malnutrition) accounting for 22% of all deaths. CONTINUE READING

5. The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA) and the Department of State Services (DSS) has met with key stakeholders in the midstream and downstream oil sector on Thursday in a bid to clear fuel queues in 48 hours. CONTINUE READING

6. The Arewa Youth Consultative Movement and the Middle Belt Youth Forum have passed a vote of confidence on the new cash withdrawal limit policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).This was one of the resolutions of the groups read in a joint press conference by the two groups in Abuja. CONTINUE READING

7. The Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline Project (NMGP) has attained another turning point following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the project by Nigeria, Morocco and five West African Countries.The Nigeria National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC Ltd), Morocco’s ONHYM and the National Oil Companies and commercial entities of Gambia, Ghana, Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone executed the MoU in the Moroccan capital, Rabat. CONTINUE READING

8. The 10,000-meters race has been delisted at the 2022 National Sports Festival in Asaba following a protest by the Executive Chairman of Edo State Sports Commission, Yusuf Alli.There was a mild drama when the race was about to commence Thursday morning as the former Nigerian international raised an alarm which forced the organisers to suspend the event. CONTINUE READING

9. Super Falcons defender, Ashleigh Plumptre hopes to return to full action early next year.The centre-back sustained a hamstring injury in Leicester City’s 8-0 defeat to Chelsea last weekend. CONTINUE READING

10. Tanzania’s President  Samia Suluhu Hassan has cancelled Independence Day celebrations scheduled for Friday and directed that the budget instead be used to build dormitories for children with special needs.The 61st Independence Day event was to cost 445,000, thousand dollars money that will be used to build eight dormitories in primary schools around the country. CONTINUE READING

11. The united nations has said that 11civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo died in a November attack by the M23 rebel group.The United Nations report said the massacre took place in two villages – Kishishe and Bambo – in the Rutsuhuru district of the eastern North Kivu province. CONTINUE READING

 

 

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