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    . Nigerian Statistics Monitor Index
    2000 2019 Change 2050
    123,945,463 200,962,417 62.1 % 391,296,754

    Population by state
    RankCitiesPopulation
    1Lagos21,000,000
    2Kano3,550,000
    3Ibadan3,160,000
    4Abuja 3,000,000
    5Benin City
    1,147,188
    6Ilorin
    908,490
    7Jos873,943
    8Kaduna760,084
    9Enugu722,664
    10Warri557,398
    Top Nigerian Universities
    RankUniversity
    1University of Lagos - Lagos
    2University of Ilorin - Ilorin
    3Ahmadu Bello University - Zaria
    4Obafemia Awolowo University - Ile Ife
    5University of Nigeria - Nsukka
    6University of Ibadan - Ibadan
    7Covenant University - Ota
    8Federal University of Technology, Minna - Minna
    9Landmark University – Omu - Aran
    10Rivers State University of Science and Technology - Port Harcourt
    . Corona Virus Index
    Country - infections (deaths) (recovered)
    United States - 12,472,323 (261,240) (6,289,329)India - 9,177,753 (134,254) (8,603,639)Brazil - 6,088,004 (169,541) (5,445,095)France - 2,144,660 (49,232) (152,592)
    Russia - 2,114,502 (36,540) (1,611,445)Spain - 1,582,616 (43,136) (-)United Kingdom - 1,527,495 (55,230) (-)Italy - 1,431,795 (50,453) (584,493)
    Argentina - 1,374,618 (37,122) (1,203,787)Colombia - 1,254,979 (35,479) (1,158,897)Mexico - 1,041,875 (101,676) (779,104)Peru - 950,557 (35,641) (880,645)
    Germany - 946,648 (14,277) (618,743)Poland - 876,333 (13,774) (438,868)Iran - 866,821 (45,255) (610,406)South Africa - 769,759 (20,968) (711,195)
    Ukraine - 635,689 (11,075) (291,060)Belgium - 558,779 (15,618) (-)Chile - 542,080 (15,106) (517,524)Iraq - 537,457 (11,996) (467,654)
    Indonesia - 502,110 (16,002) (422,386)Czechia - 496,638 (7,360) (405,982)Netherlands - 489,818 (8,945) (-)Turkey - 453,535 (12,511) (377,891)
    Bangladesh - 449,760 (6,416) (364,611)Romania - 422,852 (10,177) (296,844)Philippines - 420,614 (8,173) (386,604)Pakistan - 376,929 (7,696) (330,885)
    Saudi Arabia - 355,489 (5,796) (343,816)Canada - 337,555 (11,521) (269,202)Israel - 329,998 (2,811) (318,601)Morocco - 327,528 (5,396) (275,158)
    Switzerland - 300,352 (3,788) (206,700)Portugal - 264,802 (3,971) (176,827)Austria - 252,909 (2,459) (175,527)Nepal - 222,288 (1,337) (202,067)
    Sweden - 208,295 (6,406) (-)Jordan - 188,410 (2,302) (120,014)Ecuador - 185,944 (13,225) (164,009)Hungary - 177,952 (3,891) (43,339)
    United Arab Emirates - 160,055 (554) (149,578)Panama - 154,783 (2,957) (135,962)Bolivia - 143,978 (8,907) (119,338)Kuwait - 140,393 (868) (132,848)
    Dominican Republic - 138,829 (2,311) (112,882)Qatar - 137,415 (236) (134,486)Japan - 132,358 (1,981) (112,269)Costa Rica - 129,418 (1,608) (79,372)
    Armenia - 126,709 (1,976) (95,099)Serbia - 126,187 (1,237) (-)Kazakhstan - 126,182 (1,945) (112,806)Belarus - 125,482 (1,104) (104,698)
    Bulgaria - 124,966 (3,069) (38,226)Oman - 122,356 (1,386) (113,577)Guatemala - 118,722 (4,092) (107,819)Lebanon - 117,517 (911) (69,079)
    Egypt - 113,381 (6,560) (101,981)Georgia - 108,690 (1,012) (89,170)Ethiopia - 106,203 (1,651) (65,839)Croatia - 105,691 (1,398) (85,018)
    Honduras - 104,915 (2,859) (46,475)Venezuela - 99,835 (871) (94,658)Moldova - 98,418 (2,169) (80,882)Slovakia - 96,472 (693) (47,933)
    Azerbaijan - 95,281 (1,160) (64,475)Greece - 93,006 (1,714) (-)Tunisia - 89,196 (2,862) (63,846)China Mainland - 86,464 (4,634) (81,508)
    Bahrain - 85,886 (339) (84,017)Bosnia and Herzegovina - 80,553 (2,342) (45,760)Myanmar - 80,505 (1,765) (59,888)Libya - 78,473 (1,102) (49,592)
    Kenya - 77,785 (1,392) (51,903)Paraguay - 76,476 (1,657) (54,491)Algeria - 75,867 (2,294) (49,421)Uzbekistan - 71,774 (604) (69,054)
    Denmark - 71,654 (789) (56,032)Ireland - 70,711 (2,022) (25,097)Kyrgyzstan - 69,885 (1,237) (61,160)Nigeria - 66,439 (1,168) (62,241)
    Slovenia - 65,778 (1,097) (-)Singapore - 58,165 (28) (58,071)West Bank - 57,739 (-) (-)Malaysia - 56,659 (337) (42,480)
    North Macedonia - 55,127 (1,546) (32,894)Ghana - 50,941 (323) (49,599)Lithuania - 48,226 (392) (11,032)Puerto Rico - 46,923 (1,032) (-)
    Afghanistan - 44,988 (1,695) (35,976)El Salvador - 37,562 (1,081) (34,297)Kosovo - 34,940 (926) (21,396)Albania - 33,556 (716) (16,230)
    Norway - 33,183 (311) (20,956)Montenegro - 31,618 (444) (20,031)Luxembourg - 31,111 (273) (20,004)South Korea - 31,004 (509) (26,539)
    Australia - 27,835 (907) (25,529)Cameroon - 22,692 (433) (21,510)Finland - 21,936 (384) (15,300)Côte d'Ivoire - 21,148 (131) (20,819)
    Sri Lanka - 20,508 (90) (14,497)Uganda - 18,165 (181) (8,675)Zambia - 17,454 (357) (16,701)Madagascar - 17,310 (250) (16,592)
    Sudan - 16,052 (1,197) (9,737)Senegal - 15,897 (330) (15,516)Gaza Strip - 15,457 (-) (-)Mozambique - 15,109 (126) (13,229)
    Angola - 14,634 (337) (7,351)Namibia - 13,897 (145) (13,234)Latvia - 13,236 (162) (1,635)French Polynesia - 12,978 (63) (5,167)
    Guinea - 12,841 (75) (11,853)Maldives - 12,658 (46) (11,615)Congo (DRC) - 12,278 (329) (11,386)Tajikistan - 11,932 (86) (11,312)
    Jamaica - 10,343 (239) (5,518)Cabo Verde - 10,302 (104) (9,791)Estonia - 9,956 (92) (5,720)Haiti - 9,214 (232) (7,854)
    Zimbabwe - 9,172 (265) (8,235)Gabon - 9,131 (59) (8,976)Malta - 9,004 (113) (6,831)Cyprus - 8,456 (43) (2,055)
    Mauritania - 8,096 (169) (7,573)Cuba - 7,763 (131) (7,267)Guam - 7,518 (107) (4,430)Bahamas - 7,413 (163) (5,628)
    Syria - 7,225 (376) (3,097)Botswana - 6,820 (27) (5,559)Trinidad and Tobago - 6,450 (115) (5,610)Andorra - 6,304 (76) (5,405)
    Eswatini - 6,205 (119) (5,850)Malawi - 6,009 (185) (5,443)Nicaragua - 5,725 (159) (4,225)Hong Kong SAR - 5,702 (108) (5,267)
    Rwanda - 5,665 (47) (5,164)Djibouti - 5,661 (61) (5,552)Congo - 5,632 (93) (3,887)Suriname - 5,296 (116) (5,168)
    Iceland - 5,289 (26) (5,046)Guyana - 5,133 (143) (4,019)Equatorial Guinea - 5,130 (85) (4,975)Belize - 5,056 (107) (2,760)
    Central African Republic - 4,911 (63) (1,924)Aruba - 4,737 (45) (4,607)Uruguay - 4,699 (71) (3,679)Somalia - 4,382 (108) (3,384)
    Mali - 4,169 (143) (2,937)Thailand - 3,920 (60) (3,766)The Gambia - 3,702 (122) (3,567)South Sudan - 3,016 (59) (1,290)
    Benin - 2,844 (43) (2,515)Togo - 2,722 (62) (1,885)Burkina Faso - 2,686 (68) (2,426)Guinea-Bissau - 2,419 (43) (2,255)
    Sierra Leone - 2,406 (74) (1,828)Yemen - 2,086 (608) (1,428)Lesotho - 2,085 (44) (1,276)New Zealand - 2,030 (25) (1,597)
    Curaçao - 1,773 (3) (1,031)Chad - 1,551 (99) (1,394)U.S. Virgin Islands - 1,491 (23) (1,402)Liberia - 1,452 (82) (1,311)
    San Marino - 1,428 (44) (1,149)Niger - 1,351 (70) (1,158)Vietnam - 1,312 (35) (1,151)Liechtenstein - 1,156 (12) (952)
    São Tomé and Príncipe - 979 (17) (923)Gibraltar - 967 (5) (742)Jersey - 835 (32) (534)Turks and Caicos Islands - 746 (6) (700)
    Mongolia - 640 (0) (340)Burundi - 630 (1) (511)Taiwan - 618 (7) (549)Papua New Guinea - 599 (7) (585)
    Comoros - 596 (7) (572)Monaco - 573 (3) (497)Faroe Islands - 500 (0) (494)Eritrea - 491 (0) (438)
    Mauritius - 478 (10) (416)Bhutan - 382 (0) (360)Isle of Man - 369 (25) (324)Cambodia - 306 (0) (295)
    Guernsey - 283 (13) (253)Barbados - 259 (7) (241)Cayman Islands - 250 (1) (236)Saint Lucia - 220 (2) (60)
    Bermuda - 214 (9) (182)Seychelles - 163 (0) (159)Brunei - 148 (3) (143)Antigua and Barbuda - 139 (3) (127)
    Bonaire - 134 (3) (126)Northern Mariana Islands - 104 (2) (19)Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 84 (0) (78)Dominica - 72 (0) (55)
    British Virgin Islands - 72 (1) (70)Macao SAR - 46 (0) (46)Grenada - 41 (0) (30)Fiji - 35 (2) (33)
    New Caledonia - 30 (0) (30)Timor-Leste - 30 (0) (30)Vatican City - 27 (0) (15)Laos - 25 (0) (23)
    Greenland - 17 (0) (17)Solomon Islands - 16 (0) (5)Saint Pierre and Miquelon - 16 (0) (12)Falkland Islands - 16 (0) (13)
    Montserrat - 13 (1) (12)Saba - 5 (0) (5)Marshall Islands - 5 (0) (2)Anguilla - 3 (0) (3)
    American Samoa - 3 (0) (0)Wallis and Futuna - 2 (0) (1)Vanuatu - 1 (0) (0)Samoa - 1 (0) (0)
    . Health insurance Index
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    . Nigerian News Index

      1. Nigeria's richest plough money into Africa's biggest economy   Financial Times
      2. The perils of mixing music and politics in Nigeria   The Conversation Africa
      3. Nigerian army admits to having live rounds at Lekki Toll Gate protests, despite previous denials   CNN
      4. Nigeria's First Lesbian Film Courts Controversy Ahead of Online Debut   Voice of America
      5. Nigeria slumps back into recession as Covid bites   Financial Times
      6. Five killed by gunmen in northwest Nigeria mosque attack: Police   Al Jazeera English
      7. Nigeria Government Plans to Only Buy Locally Assembled Cars   Bloomberg
      8. Nigeria to bar those who flout COVID-19 test rules from flying   Nasdaq
      9. Boko Haram attacks Nigerian governor's convoy, kills 9   Anadolu Agency
      10. Dr. Onyema Ogbuagu: Biography of Pfizer vaccine Physician Onyema Ogbuagu from Nigeria   BBC News
      11. Nigeria's Top Bank Wants to Double Clients With Africa Expansion   Bloomberg
      12. Nigerian recession: Nigeria economy dey recession under Muhammadu Buhari watch   BBC News
      13. 9ice wife: 9ice cheating video and wetin cause Nigerian Singer marriage kasala   BBC News
      14. The All-Electric Hyundai Kona Is Now Assembled In Nigeria!   CleanTechnica
      15. Techno Oil unveils automated LPG terminal in Nigeria   Hydrocarbon Engineering
      16. Trading club in Nigeria for US stock investors   Nairametrics
      17. Contemporary Work Practices In The Nigerian Legal Profession In The Post Covid-19 Era   Mondaq News Alerts
      18. Nigerian military kills several bandits, rescues 3 kidnapped people in Zamfara   cgtn.com
      19. Nigeria's captain Ike Diogu: Africa is a basketball's 'gold mine'   Olympic Channel
      20. ">VIDEO: "I can kill you, nothing will happen," Nigerian soldiers say as they assault two men   Premium Times
      21. UK ready to partner with Nigeria to generate long term benefits   Nairametrics
      22. ‘Notorious drug dealer’ Madam Caroline arrested in Nigeria   The GrowthOp
      23. Nigeria's new Gold ETF and money market funds suffer huge outflow   Nairametrics
      24. UK Parliament Debating Sanctions On Nigerian Government Officials Involved In Attack On #EndSARS Protesters, Lekki Shooting   SaharaReporters.com
      25. Nigeria slips into recession, Singapore sees 12 days of no community cases & other Covid news   ThePrint
      26. Godwin Maduka: Who be di Nigerian   BBC News
      27. Nigerians should be proud of fuel imports from Niger Republic —Sylva   The Punch
      28. Court orders arrest of Nigerian professor accused of election fraud   Premium Times
      29. Kidnapped Nigerian ruling party's state chairman found dead   Xinhua
      30. Nigeria's COVID-19 waste management policy should include the informal sector   The Conversation CA
      31. Nigerians pay heavy price as laptop scarcity bites harder   Nairametrics
      32. This Secret-Garden-Themed Wedding Featured Traditional Nigerian Elements   Washingtonian
      33. INVESTIGATION: Inside the horrific bloodshed and massive extrajudicial killings in Nigeria's Oyigbo community   Premium Times
      34. Nigerian army kills several bandits, rescues 3 kidnapped people   CGTN
      35. Bank stocks remain a buy amid uncertainty prevailing Nigeria's economy   Nairametrics
                             
                            

          1. Inside the Horrific Bloodshed and Massive Extrajudicial Killings in Oyigbo Community [Premium Times] This is a moving story of how the Nigerian Army inflicted war-grade assault on Oyigbo community in Rivers, killing many residents, and injuring many others. It is another case of gross human rights violations.

          2. Country Among 12 Most Dangerous Nations for Children to Live - Report [Daily Trust] Nigeria is among the 12 most dangerous African nations for children, a new report by Save the Children International said.

          3. Army Went to Lekki With Blank, Live Ammunitions, General Tells Panel [Daily Trust] Brigadier-General Ahmed Taiwo, commander of the 81 Division, Military Intelligence Brigade, Victoria Island, told the Lagos Judicial Panel of Inquiry into the Lekki Tollgate incident that the army went to the tollgate with both blank and live ammunitions.

          4. Country Enters Recession As Economy Shrinks Again [Premium Times] It is the nation's second recession since 2016, and the worst economic decline in almost four decades.

          5. Many Killed As Soldiers Repel Boko Haram Ambush - Report [Premium Times] The deceased include some soldiers and some Boko Haram members.

          6. Less Than 10% Have Access to Pipe-Borne Water - Report [Premium Times] The number of people with access to pipe-borne water dropped to 18 million people in 2019 from 21 million in the preceding year.

          7. Multiple Taxes, Extortion Crippling SMEs in Abuja [Daily Trust] Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) are finding it difficult to thrive because of multiple taxes and other restrictions, an investigation by the Daily Trust on Sunday revealed.

          8. ASUU Wants Children of Public Holders Banned From Schooling Abroad [This Day] Akure -- The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Akure Zone, yesterday declared that children/wards of public office holders should be banned from studying in tertiary institutions abroad.

          9. Nigerian Economic Summit to Discuss 'Partnerships for Resilient Economy' [Premium Times] The 26th Nigerian Economic Summit kicks off on Monday with the theme "Building Partnerships for Resilience"

          10. What to Know About Recession and How It Affects You [Premium Times] At a time of economic difficulties, the Nigerian government has imposed an array of high taxes and charges on citizens.

          11. WTO Top Job - Groups Revive Amina-Ngozi Rivalry Long After Race [Nation] Two lobbies are reviving the rivalry between Kenya's Amina Mohamed and Nigeria's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the top job at the World Trade Organization, long after the race ended.

          12. Atiku Wants More Taxes On Super-Rich Nigerians [Premium Times] Nigeria slid into a second recession in five years and the worst in almost four decades.

          13. Unmasking Boko Haram Sponsors [This Day] The conviction of six Nigerians in UAE offers a clue to unearthing some sponsors of the terror group

          14. Why Nigeria Is Not Making Rapid Progress [This Day] The challenge confronting Nigeria is acquiring scientific knowledge, skills and capabilities.

          15. Reject Money From Federation Account, Ijaw Leader Tells South-South Governors [Premium Times] A delegation from the presidency could not proceed to Port Harcourt, Rivers State, because of an emergency security meeting.

          16. APC Replies PDP Over Visit of Its Governors to Jonathan [Premium Times] The APC advised the PDP "to focus on picking itself up instead of dwelling on frivolities".

          17. Gbajabiamila to Set Up Trust Fund for Slain Vendor's Children [Premium Times] "Those children have now become my children. I have made commitments to the family to train them until they become adults."

          18. GhanaDecides: How I'll Sweep Away Corruption in Ghana - APC Presidential Candidate [Premium Times] Hassan Ayariga formed the All Peoples Congress (APC) recently and says it is poised to win the presidential election and sweep away corruption from Ghana.

          19. Gbajabiamila to Set Up Trust Fund for Slain Vendor's Children [Premium Times] "Those children have now become my children. I have made commitments to the family to train them until they become adults."

          20. Interview - Ghanadecides: How I'll Sweep Away Corruption in Ghana - APC Presidential Candidate [Premium Times] Hassan Ayariga formed the All Peoples Congress (APC) recently and says it is poised to win the presidential election and sweep away corruption from Ghana.

          21. Senator Says Anambra Paid N8.9 Bn Bank Charges On N25 Billion but Govt Denies [Premium Times] Ifeanyi Ubah says Governor Obiano paid N8 billion to cash out FG's N25 billion promissory notes ahead of maturity, but state government denies allegation.

          22. GDP Contraction - Nigeria's Economy Rebounding Due to Preemptive Actions By Buhari's Govt - Osinbajo's Aide [Vanguard] Nigeria's economy is rebounding due to the preemptive actions taken by the President Muhammadu Buhari administration according to Mr Laolu Akande, the Vice President spokesman.

          23. #EndSARS Protesters Sponsored By Politicians - Tanko Yakassai [Vanguard] What's your take on the recent EndSARS protests across many states in Nigeria and even outside Nigeria?

          24. 'I Sold My Goats, Pigs ,Other Belongings to Pay Ransom ' - Father of ABU Kidnapped Student [Vanguard] A father who paid a ransom to Kidnappers in a Kaduna forest before his child was released on Saturday, said he sold his goats, pigs and other valuables to raise the money.

          25. Army Insists No Live Bullet Fired At Lekki Tollgate Protesters [This Day] The 81 Division of the Nigerian Army yesterday reiterated its stance that soldiers shot blank bullets into the air and not live bullets, even though they had both in their kitty when they were deployed in Lekki Tollgate on October 20, this year, to enforce the Lagos State Government curfew.

          26. Lagos Govt's Threat Will Create Nationwide Fuel Crisis, Say Tank Farm Owners [This Day] Abuja -- Some petroleum products marketers and tank farm owners in Lagos yesterday raised the alarm over the threat by the state government to shut down their operations, describing it as a clear threat to petroleum products supply and distribution across the country.

          27. Govt Urged to Fully Deregulate Downstream Oil Sector [This Day] Stakeholders in the downstream value chain of the oil and gas sector has stressed that deregulation remaines the most appropriate and sustainable direction available to the nation as global price of crude oil continues to reel under the pressure of the global coronavirus pandemic.

          28. Govt, Labour Talks On Petrol Price Increase End in Stalemate [This Day] The meeting between the federal government and the organised labour on the hikes in fuel pump price and the electricity tariffs yesterday ended in disarray as the labour leaders walked out of the parley in anger, barely 10 minutes after it commenced.

          29. 1,247 Petitions Filed On Alleged Police Brutality in 30 States, FCT [This Day] -Kano, five others fail to set up judicial panels

          30. APC, PDP in Suspense Game Over Zoning of Presidency [This Day] All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are playing hide and seek over the zoning of the 2023 presidency even as the South-east geo-political zone continues its agitation for the slot, particularly in the main opposition party, which has lost a governor to the ruling party over the issue.

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                      Pharmacist Salary in Nigeria

                      Monthly Pharmacist Salary in Nigeria (2019)
                      Salaries of Pharmacists in Government Hospitals/Teaching Hospitals

                      Entry level (0 – 2 years’ experience): N165,000 – N200,000 (One or two teaching hospitals pay N300,000 for entry level).
                      Mid-Level (2 – 5 years): N250,000 – N450,000
                      Experienced (5 years and above): N450,000 – N800,000

                      Salaries of Pharmacists in Private Hospitals

                      Entry level (0 – 2 years’ experience): N50,000 – N150,000
                      Mid-Level (2 – 5 years): N150,000 – N250,000
                      Experienced (5 years and above): N200,000 – N400,000
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                      Monthly Doctor Salary in Nigeria (2019)
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                      50,000

                      Salaries of Doctors in Housemanship (Intern)
                      120,000 - 200,000

                      Salaries of Doctors in Federal Government Hospitals
                      800,000

                      State Hospitals
                      800,000