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What’s Nigeria’s beef with cryptocurrencies? Alan Kasujja BBC Africa Daily For the last couple of years, Nigeria has built a reputation as one of the largest cryptocurrency markets in the world. “It’s a huge deal in Nigeria, especially for young people”, says the BBC’s Ajoke Ulohotse in Lagos. On social media, there’s no shortage of “rags to riches” stories: people who, having joined the cryptocurrency bubble and became rich in the process. “The money that I’ve made from cryptocurrencies?
An Uganda lady who is based in Sweden released a video where she send a strong warning to those that call Africa the poorest nation. According to her analysis, she said Africa buy everything they own while in Europe, you buy everything in credit. She explained further by comparing Uganda to the country she is presently is which is Sweden. She said in Sweden, you can own everything on credit while you buy everything in Africa. She said if you are not able to pay back what you got on credit in Europe, everything
She always hits the nail on the head. This is absolutely a right call or else the country falls into the total control of terrorists, bandits, kidnappers and rapists on the watch of APC goernment as the nation now lives on the authority of Presidency without the voice of the President. Aisha Yesufu has now called on Trade unions to come out and make demands. That they should be more vocal as well when it comes to demand for good governance not about minimum wage alone. She further reitrated that Kidnappers do
Here are some of the latest headline stories making the rounds in Nigeria today. 1. Fears as Bandits now target Nigerian schools: Recent reports of the abduction of students and staffs at Government Science College, Kagara, Niger State, has sent a wrong signal to parents whose children are in school. It is believed that parents are now scared about the safety of their children in boarding and day schools, following the latest trend of bandits visiting schools to abduct children. The NUT have reportedly called
A popular human rights activist and outspoken critic of the Buhari-led administration, Mr Reno Omokri has reacted to insinuations that fuel pump price could be on the increase in days to come, saying if that would be the case, the Nigerian President must increase the minimum wage, just as he Increased his budget. You would recall that the Minister of State, Petroleum Resources, Chief Timipre Sylva, had admonished Nigerians to be ready to bear the pains of increased petrol pump price as crude oil price climbs
Here are today's trending news GUNMEN ABDUCTS PASSENGERS It was gathered that six passengers and the driver were abducted in Ilesa in Osun state and taken into the forest. While three others escaped. Leha, Spokesman of the State Police Command have stated that there is already underway an intensive manhunt by police and vigilantes to rescue the victims. OSHIOMHOLE SPEAKS Oshiomhole faults the whole activities and process of revalidation exercise as done by APC members as unconstitutional and totally unnecessary.
It was good news for the people of South Africa, after it was announced that there have been an increase in their minimum wage by a huge percent. However, the effect which will begin from 1st March 2021 has prompted a Nigerian human rights activist, and founder of an online newspaper whose name is Omoyele Sowore to respond towards the change, as in respect to Nigeria. According to Omoyele Sowore who took to his verified social media page, he made a reaction towards the increase of the minimum wage where he said
Have you heard about the word Minimum wages? The minimum wage is the payment that is legally paid to the worker for their services. Many developed countries and third-world countries have passed the bill of the minimum wage since the 20th century and have helped workers not to labor in vain, as most countries pay their workers per hour and others like the third-world countries mostly pay monthly. The United States advance to raise the minimum wages of workers from $7.25 per hour to $15 minimum wage by 2025,
The Secretary to the Rivers State Government, Dr. Tammy Danagogo have said that the State Government have agreed to fully implement the new minimum wage for civil servants in the state. Dr. Tammy Danagogo made this known to the press on Friday February 12, 2021 after a meeting between the state government and labour in Port Harcourt. According to him, the agreement on the implementation which took effect from January 1st, 2020 on the implementation of N30,000 new minimum wage will be execute by the state government.
Increase minimum wages as you increase your travel and food budget. The aide to the former president, Good luck Ebele Jonathan, Reno Omokri has taken to his verified Twitter account to mock president Muhammadu Buhari that he should also increase the minimum wages of workers as he has increased his own budget money. It is stated clearly in his post that General Muhammadu Buhari increased his travel and food budget from ₦3.2 billion in 2020, to ₦3.4 billion in 2021, despite not been able to travel due to #COVID19.