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Nigeria spends N18.69 billion daily on petroleum subsidies - Minister

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Also, a N50 billion Endowment fund will be needed... Rector of Yaba College of Technology

We are starting the news by telling you that the 62nd Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association starts today in Lagos.
The conference has as a theme “Bold Transitions.” and 13,000 lawyers are expected to participate in discussing the issues of national life.
Speaking on some of the areas demanding transition, NBA President Olumide Akpata said it is necessary for lawyers to be bold about transitioning to get to their destination.”

Lagos State Government extends the ban on commercial motorcycles to four additional Local Government areas and six local council development Authorities.  
Now you have been informed.
The Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu said full enforcement in the newly affected areas will commence from the 1st of September.

The Rector of Yaba College of Technology Obafemi Omokungbe, says a N50 billion Endowment fund will be needed to provide consistent and permanent funding source for the Institution.
Omokungbe made the declaration during his address at the unveiling of the College’s N50 billion Endowment Fund logo in the YABATECH Hall, Lagos.
According to him, YABATECH is a premier high Institution in Nigeria, which has served the nation for 75 years.

The Minister of Finance and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed says Nigeria spends N18.69 billion daily on petroleum subsidies.
She stated this when she appeared before the House of Representatives Ad hoc Committee investigating oil subsidies.
The Minister claimed Nigeria consumes 64 million litres per day and that the figure could have been influenced by smuggling.

A YouTuber who filmed himself hurling insults at Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro almost lost his phone to the president, who tried to grab it off him.
Social media influencer Wilker Leão approached Bolsonaro outside the president's official residence in the capital Brasilia, calling him a "coward" among other taunts.

Nigeria came from behind and beat Canada 3-1 to finish the group stage of the Under-20 Women's World Cup in Costa Rica with three wins from three.
Esther Onyenezide scored two penalties for the Falconets, who had already secured a quarter-final spot, to become joint leading markswoman with Inma Gabarro of Spain.