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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
    University Rankings - by Number of Applicants this year
    RankUniversity
    1University of Ilorin
    2University of Benin
    3Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
    4University of Nigeria, Nsukka
    5Bayero University, Kano
    6Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
    7University of Lagos
    8University of Ibadan
    9Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
    10University of Jos
    . Nigerian News Index
    1. Malaria eradication: A dream or reality? Her tremendously informed scientific observation was exactly what came to my mind when I read in some respected national newspapers in Nigeria about the current efforts of a private Nigeria citizen ...

    2. A brief history of the Honorary Reporters program Through KCCs abroad, the induction ceremony was held simultaneously on May 20, 2019, or earlier in Mexico, Indonesia, ...

    3. Nigeria not more vulnerable to Coronavirus outbreak, Ehanire insists Reacting to a report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and some researchers that Nigeria and eight other African nations ...

    4. ILO engages Nigeria on strengthening labour migration governance The International Labour Organisation (ILO), is engaging relevant government agencies in Nigeria, with the mandate to ...

    5. Meet Nigerian singer Osagie Ojea making waves in Belarus Osagie Ojea: leads Afrococoa band in Minsk BelarusA Nigerian singer, songwriter and composer Osagie Ojea is making waves in ...

    6. World Bank Approves Nigeria’s $430m ID Project, 5 Others The World Bank has approved $430 million to prosecute Nigeria’s digital identity ecosystem project aimed at enhancing the ...

    7. 103 die of Lassa fever in 16 states The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) yesterday said 103 people have died of Lassa fever since its outbreak last ...

    8. From Magu, a Valentine oratory In fact, when the news broke out that the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim ...

    9. In Sub-Saharan Africa, Childhood Cancer Is Often Deadly. A New Initiative Is Working to Change That. Ozuah, who completed his residency and fellowship in the United States, said he was acutely aware of the deep systemic problems facing pediatric cancer care during his internship in Nigeria. “As an ...

    10. Amnesty International sponsored to destabilise Nigeria, says AU agency THE Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOC), one of the organs of the African Union (AU), has alleged that western ...

    11. $500m bribe: Nigerian oil mogul Aliyu Abubakar faces trial in Italy Alhaji Aliyu Abubakar, chairman of AA Oil: now wanted in Italy for trial for being the conduit of a $500m bribe by ENI and ...

    12. Without media there won’t be democracy, says Gbajabiamila While congratulating the legislators for the work they are doing, he said “do you deserve to congratulated because you only ...


    1. Nigeria: US sets benchmarks for visa ban review
      1.   Anadolu Agency
      2.   Vanguard
      3.   Nairametrics
      4.   THISDAY Newspapers

    2. Nigeria Security Tracker Weekly Update: February 8–14   Council on Foreign Relations
    3. World Bank Approves $2.2 Billion for Projects in Nigeria   Bloomberg
    4. Nigeria to Review Privatization of Power Assets After Supply Fails to Improve   Bloomberg
    5. IMF Cuts Nigerian Growth Forecast on Coronavirus Oil Impact   Bloomberg
    6. Inflation and corruption rattle Nigeria's economy   Global Voices
    7. Kidnapped Nigerian priest has been released. Published 2/19/2020. World.   The Pilot
    8. 'Mysterious' seasons harm Nigeria's farmers who need help with climate change   Climate Home
    9. Italian judge puts Nigerian businessman on trial in oil graft case   Reuters
    10. Nigeria to review its trade policy ahead of AfCFTA   CNBCAfrica.com
    11. Nigeria vows to 'redouble' efforts to free Leah Sharibu 2 years after Boko Haram abduction   The Christian Post
    12. Nigeria's state oil company and partners spent $360 million on Delta cleanup: NNPC   Reuters
    13. Nigeria: Land rights, not currency restrictions, will lift milk output   The Africa Report
    14. Adaora Elonu to Represent Nigeria, A&M on Olympic Stage   KBTX
    15. Nigeria to Address Security Issues That Led to Visa Restrictions   The New York Times
    16. Dust Haze May Disrupt Flights in Nigeria Until End of February   Bloomberg
    17. After VCs spend millions Nigeria restricts ride-hail motorbike taxis   TechCrunch
    18. Caught between roadblocks, they were sitting ducks for Boko Haram massacre   CNN
    19. Illegal migration: We may impose tough visa rules on Nigeria, EU warns   The Punch
    20. Nigeria assistant coach: NFF boss defends Joseph Yobo appointment   BBC News
    21. Nigeria: Military razes villages as Boko Haram attacks escalate   Amnesty International
    22. Nigeria May Be Part Of Trump's Travel Ban, But Nigerians Tend To Trust Trump   NPR
    23. Nigeria weakened by oil theft and the militant menace   Upstream Online
    24. IMF Slashes Nigeria GDP Outlook On Coronavirus Impact   OilPrice.com
    25. World Bank approves 6 projects for Nigeria   Journalducameroun.com - English
    26. 2021 Africa Cup of Nations: Nigeria 'finally' pick venue for March qualifier   BBC News
    27. Nigeria's commercial hub experiences disruption following ban on Keke and Okada   CNN
    28. Kidnapped Nigerian priest freed from custody   Grandin Media
    29. Woman who says she was trafficked from Nigeria wins court challenge   The Irish Times
    30. Nigeria: Death toll from Lassa fever outbreak jumps to 70   Al Jazeera English
    31. Nigeria’s Victor Olaiya: Trumpeter and ‘evil genius’ of highlife music (1931-2020)   Global Voices
    32. The next chapter for African genomics   Nature.com
    33. Suspected Boko Haram Fighters Kill at Least 30 in Nigeria   The New York Times
    34. Armed Herdsmen Kill 30 in Northern Nigeria’s Kastina State   Bloomberg
    35. Nigeria's Electricity Problem: DisCos must sit up or leave   Premium Times
    36. Nigeria ‘Blindsided’ by Trump Travel Ban, Its Top Diplomat Says   The New York Times
    37. Nigeria: Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde spends 22.4% of budget on education   The Africa Report
    38. 'As each day passes, the chances of evacuation slip by.' The Nigerian students 'abandoned' in Wuhan   CNN
    39. Nigerian Couple ‘Heartbroken’ As Families Face Indefinite Visa Ban   Houston Public Media
    40. Africa Roundup: Trump’s Nigeria ban, Paga’s acquisition and raises, Flutterwave’s $35M and Sendy’s $20M   TechCrunch
    41. Nigeria Seen Unable to Avert Naira Devaluation Past 2021   Bloomberg
    42. Trump trashes Nigeria and bans its immigrants. Nigerians love him for it.   The Washington Post
    43. We talked to the man behind that Nigerian Pete Buttigieg fan account. It's not Lis Smith.   Mother Jones
    44. Nigerian Research Consortium Begins Collecting Genetic, Clinical Data From 100K Subjects   GenomeWeb
    45. Nigeria's tuk-tuk vehicle ban sparks chaos   CNN
    46. More Cameroonian refugees flee to Nigeria, bringing total arrivals close to 60000 mark   UNHCR
    47. Letter from Africa: The 'leopard unit', vigilantes and Nigeria's kidnap crisis   BBC News
    48. Evaluating Nigeria's border policy 6 months on   CNBCAfrica.com
    49. Airbus Nears Deal With Nigerian Airline for About 50 A220s   The Wall Street Journal
    50. Nigeria grapples with formidable tax collection challenge   Financial Times
    51. Nigeria: 2020 could be Shell's year of reckoning   Amnesty International
    52. Nigeria is becoming Africa's unofficial tech capital   TechCrunch
    53. Nigerian lawmakers want new agency to tackle proliferation of small arms   Premium Times
    54. Nigerians outraged over US immigration ban   Anadolu Agency
    55. How Nigeria’s police used telecom surveillance to lure and arrest journalists   CPJ Press Freedom Online
    56. Over 12,000 Nigerians moved to Canada in 2019   Quartz Africa
    57. Nigerian Government Wasting Resources, Energy On Amotekun —Akerele-Ogunsiji   SaharaReporters.com
    58. Bodies of two Nigerian Christians murdered by militants dumped together on roadside   Barnabas Fund
    59. Nigeria's Green Africa Airways signs MOU for 50 A220-300s   ch-aviation
    60. Nigeria military burns homes after 'pirates' kill sixNigeria   Guardian
    61. Nigeria to take delivery of JF-17 Thunder aircraft   Shephard Media
    62. Trump’s travel ban could extend to Africa’s top tech country, Nigeria   TechCrunch
    63. Nigerians lament as Anthony Joshua gets special treat for national ID   Guardian
    64. Cameras, Printers, & a Trip to Dubai — Canon Discovery Week Nigeria Raffle Winners Announced   CNBCAfrica.com
    65. ‘How British Airways abandoned over 300 Nigerians in Accra’   Guardian Nigeria
    66. Coronavirus: New research places Nigeria among high risk African countries   The Punch
    67. Reading family helping victims of Nigerian sex trafficking   BBC News
    68. Nigeria loses N270 billion to palm oil import in three years   Guardian Nigeria
    69. Nigerians in New York Worry Expanded Travel Ban Will Hurt Family Ties   The New York Times
    70. Chukwuemeka Ike: The Nigerian king who served Toads for Supper   BBC News
    71. Vegans see green shoots in meat-loving Nigeria   Reuters
    72. Nigeria and the Oxford English Dictionary 'rub minds'   Reuters
    73. Armed gang kills at least 30 in northwest Nigeria, police say   Reuters
    74. Nigeria's roads: 'My son died in a car accident   BBC News
    75. QIAGEN's QuantiFERON®-TB Gold Plus to be Adopted for Latent TB Testing in Nigeria   Business Wire
    76. Assistant director in Nigerian presidency gunned down in home   IOL
    77. What I've learnt about drug testing in Nigeria over the last 20 years   The Conversation Africa
    78. How Paystack and Flutterwave crashed the Racksterly ponzi scheme in Nigeria   TechCabal
    79. Nigeria's commercial hub bans motorcycle taxis, leaving commuters stranded   CNN
    80. Nigeria wants to postpone the Eco in regional currency set-back   The Africa Report
    81. Nigeria to begin online ship registration   The Punch
    82. Nigeria’s Paga acquires Apposit, confirms Mexico and Ethiopia expansion   TechCrunch
    83. Lassa fever outbreak kills dozens in Nigeria   Al Jazeera English
    84. Joseph Yobo: Former Nigeria captain appointed as assistant coach   BBC News
    85. I’m a Queer Nigerian. It’s Hard to Find a Church Community.   The New York Times
    86. With Help from a Nigerian Prince, a Bold New Contemporary Art Museum Is Set to Open in Lagos   artnet News
    87. Nigeria’s ship registry rated 46th globally   Guardian Nigeria
    88. Flights to Lagos Diverting to Ghana Due to Faulty Equipment, Poor Visibility   Bloomberg
    89. Sowore says Nigerian government 'secretly' asked court to order his rearrest   Guardian
    90. Army burns homes across southern, central Nigeria after attacks   Vanguard
    91. Nigeria ranks 174 out of 180 countries on indices of child development   TVC News
    92. Nigeria: IMF Cuts Nigeria's 2020 Economic Growth Forecast   AllAfrica - Top Africa News
    93. 43 buildings collapsed in Nigeria in 2019 ―Building institute   Vanguard
    94. Nigeria not working for anyone, let’s retrace our steps ― Akintoye   Vanguard
    95. I'm not APC's mole — Jimi AgbajeNigeria   Guardian
    96. Thousands of Nigerian slum dwellers left homeless after mass eviction   CNN
    97. Nigeria shortlists gas flare companies   Energy Voice
    98. Nigeria Surprised by News of Possible U.S. Travel Restrictions   Bloomberg
    99. Curious About Bitcoin, Nigerians See Increasing Opportunities to Buy and Spend Cryptocurrencies   Bitcoin News
    100. Muhammadu Buhari and Femi Adesina: What Are You Doing To Nigeria's Future?, By 'Tope Fasua   Premium Times
    1. Child adoption in Nigeria I don’t even know what to do again: just waiting for God’s time.” The issue of child adoption and the need to have a child ...

    2. Coronavirus: ‘Nigeria Should go beyond diagnosis to finding curative drugs’ The Winner of the 2019 edition of the African Union(AU) Kwame Nkrumah Awards for Scientific Excellence Regional Awards for ...

    3. Corps members who got married in Kano explained why they rushed their wedding BAYO WAHAB Muhammad Musa and Hauwa Bagudu, two corps members, who recently tied the knot in Kano state have explained why they took the decision to hasten their marriage. Musa, a young Afo man from Nasarawa ...

    4. ‘Neighboring countries sabotaging Nigeria’s cashew export’ Association of Cashew Farmers, Aggregators and Processors of Nigeria (ACFAP) have alleged that neighbouring countries have been sabotaging Nigeria’s cashew export and taking credit for cashew produced ...

    5. Nigeria’s participation doubtful over lack of fund There are indications that Nigeria’s participation in the World Taekwondo (WT) African Olympic Qualification Tournament holding this weekend in Morocco may be in doubt over paucity of funds.

    6. Curbing road accidents, fatalities Global statistics showed that though Africa two percent of the world’s cars, it accounts for 16 per cent of the world’s road ...

    7. Nigeria makes case for youths in Qatar Nigeria’s cultural diplomacy received a big boost at this year’s Annual General Meeting of Global Public Diplomacy Network ...

    8. Investment in Nigeria’s oil and gas suffers highest decline in three years – Report Investment into Nigeria’s oil and gas sector has suffered the worst decline in the last three years, The Nation has learnt. According to a research report put together by Prof. Adeola Adenikinju ...

    9. More Cameroonians flee into Nigeria over violence ABOUT 8,000 people have fled into Nigeria from Cameroon in the last two weeks to escape clashes between the security forces and armed separatists in the latter country, the United Nations (UN ...

    10. Health Benefits Of Bitter Kola It is a wonderful agricultural product with a wide range of applications in natural and orthodox medicine informationng.com gathers that bitter kola is a potent antibiotic, which could be ...

    11. Nigeria ranks bottom 10 globally for child flourishing – Report Nigeria has been ranked in the bottom ten for performance on child flourishing, according to a recent report released today ...

    12. Coronavirus: Nigeria in danger of drug insecurity, says NAFDAC The Director-General of NAFDAC, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, in a press briefing Monday in Abuja, on the upcoming African Medicine Quality Forum (AMQF) meeting to hold from the 24th to 28th of February, ...

    13. Tokyo 2020: Nigeria, 35 others for Taekwondo qualifiers World Taekwondo (WT) Africa has confirmed Nigeria and 35 others for the continental Olympic Qualification Tournament on ...

    14. Life - Healthy living and life tips For many job seekers, the “Do you have any questions for me?” portion of an interview signals the end is near. It’s tempting to just say “no” and get out of the hot seat as quickly as ...

    15. Communal Clash Averted As Sugarcane Seller Stabs Customer To Death In Makurdi Informationng.com gathers the deceased who until his death lived at number 20 Kano street, Wadata, got into a hot argument with the sugarcane seller after purchasing a stick of sugarcane from him.

    16. Nigeria, 11 others for Basketball Africa League The announcement was by BAL president, Amadou Fall during the NBA All-Star 2020 Africa Luncheon in Chicago at the weekend. Nigeria will be presented by Rivers Hoopers BC, Algeria will be represented ...

                         
                        

      1. Nigeria Ranks Bottom Six Globally in Child Welfare - UNICEF Report [Premium Times] Nigeria currently ranks in the bottom 10 globally in measurements of children's survival, health, education and nutrition, a report by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has shown.

      2. Lassa Fever Spreads to Lagos [Vanguard] Lagos has recorded a case of Lassa fever currently raging in 19 other states in the country. Announcing the development on Wednesday morning, the State

      3. U.S. Gives Nigeria Conditions for Review of Visa Ban Policy [Vanguard] Abuja -The United States government has given the federal government conditions under which the recent visa policy affecting six countries, including Nigeria, could be reviewed.

      4. No Govt Financial Transaction Will Be Done in Secret - Buhari [Vanguard] President Muhammadu Buhari has assured that with the various reform agenda implemented by his administration, very soon, all government financial transactions will be done in the open.

      5. Oil Theft, Piracy, Cost Nigeria U.S.$750m in 2019 - Report [Vanguard] The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Tuesday, decried the growing activities of oil thieves and pirates, stating that Nigeria lost about $750 million to oil theft in 2019.

      6. Not Right Time to Sack Service Chiefs, Says Presidency [This Day] Abuja -The federal government on Tuesday broke its silence over the calls for the sack of service chiefs, saying: "This is not the right time to do so."

      7. IMF Cuts Nigeria's 2020 Economic Growth Forecast [Premium Times] The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced a downward review of its 2020 growth forecast for Nigeria to two per cent from the 2.5 per cent it predicted earlier.

      8. Buhari Promises to Secure Release of Leah Sharibu, Other Boko Haram Hostages [Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has pledged to double efforts to free Leah Sharibu, a schoolgirl who was kidnapped two years ago.

      9. El-Zakzaky's Supporters Take Protest to National Assembly's Toilets [Premium Times] Suspected members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) have taken their protests against the Nigerian government into the National Assembly where they have written several inscriptions in the toilets inside the complex.

      10. Cashless Policy Is to Cut Down Volume of Money in Circulation - CBN [Vanguard] Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, said its cashless policy was to cut down the volume of cash in circulation and to place Nigeria on the scoreboard of global best practices, disclosing that the policy has been put to test in five states in Nigeria including FCT.

      11. Each High Court in Oyo Handles Over 500 Cases - CJ [Vanguard] The Chief Judge of Oyo State, Justice Munta Abimbola, says each High Court in the state handles no fewer than 500 civil and criminal cases.

      12. Katsina Enrols 1.3 Million Girls in Primary, Secondary Schools [This Day] As part of effort to enhance girl-child education in Katsina State, the state government said it has enrolled 1,274,185 girls in primary and secondary schools across the state.

      13. TFN Announces 2020 Fellowship Cohort [This Day] Teach for Nigeria (TFN), a non-profit organisation focused on improving the quality of education for Nigeria's most marginalized children, has announced the opening of the application for its 2020 fellowship programme for the fourth cohort.

      14. Dredging Stakeholders Move Against Quacks in the Industry [Vanguard] Dredging stakeholders have blamed the absence of proper training of upcoming dredgers for economic lose and damages of dredging equipment by workers in the sector.

      15. Petroleum Products Marketers Lament Over Perennial Closure of Enugu NNPC Depot [Vanguard] The long closure of the Enugu depot of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, is no doubt hitting hard on oil marketers in the South East who now source their products from far distances with the attendant risks involved.

      16. West Africa Maritime Security Update [Vanguard] The club has identified a marked increase in incidents of piracy and armed robbery attacks off West Africa during 2019 and early 2020. This included the worrying increase in kidnappings involving tankers often occurring a long way from shore. A recent industry report highlighted that the most dangerous area for maritime crime is West Africa[i]. In an effort to provide members with a comprehensive update of the region, the club has collated various guidance from local lawyers and correspondents in West Afri

      17. Customs to Shutdown Supermarkets Found Selling Foreign Rice, Other Prohibited Goods [Premium Times] The Nigeria Customs Service, in Kano and Jigawa states, is set to shutdown supermarkets and shops found patronising foreign rice and other prohibited items.

      18. Veteran Nollywood Actress Patience Oseni Dies [Premium Times] A veteran Nollywood actress, Patience Oseni, has died.

      19. Olamide Signs Joint Venture Deal With U.S. Music Company [Premium Times] YBNL boss, Olamide Adedeji, has signed an international music distribution deal with an American music company, Empire Distribution.

      20. Boko Haram - 547 Teachers Killed in North-East - NUT [Premium Times] The National Union of Teachers says 547 teachers have been killed in the Boko Haram insurgency in the Northeast region of Nigeria.

      21. Friends in Court for Allegedly Assaulting Woman in Nightclub [Vanguard] The police on Wednesday arraigned two friends in a Magistrates' Court in Asaba for allegedly assaulting a woman in a night club.

      22. EU Set to Provide Support to Vulnerable Group in Nigeria [Vanguard] European Union Ambassador to Nigeria Ketil Karlsen on Tuesday disclosed that EU has concluded plans to provide basic social service support to Nigerians especially the most vulnerable group in the country.

      23. 32% Nigerians Paid Bribe for Public Service Recruitment in 2019 - Report [Vanguard] 32 per cent Nigerians who secured jobs in the nation's public service in 2019 paid a bribe, says a report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC.

      24. UK Seeks Closer Ties With Nigeria After Brexit [Vanguard] The United Kingdom has expressed its readiness to deepen and strengthen relationship with traditional partners in the commonwealth after exit from European Union.

      25. Felicia Boco Emerges Most Beautiful African Model 2020 [Vanguard] Nigerian model, Felicia Boco has emerged the Most Beautiful African Model for 2020.

      26. Benue to Demote 38 Principals Over Alleged Examination Malpractices [This Day] Makurdi -Benue State Government has indicated its decision to sanction 38 principals of secondary schools in the state over examination malpractices.

      27. Boko Haram - House Calls for Security Overhaul At National Assembly [This Day] Abuja -Following a recent report that Boko Haram may attack the National Assembly complex, the House of Representatives has called for the urgent need to overhaul and intensify the security system at National Assembly.

      28. Lagos Records One Case of Lassa Fever [Premium Times] Lagos State on Tuesday recorded one case of Lassa fever, the state's commissioner of health, Akin Abayomi, has said.

      29. Lawan Calls for Improved Security in NASS [Premium Times] Amidst reports that the National Assembly was under potential security threat, Senate President Ahmed Lawan has tasked top security officials to beef up security measures at the legislative complex.

      30. World Bank Approves Six Development Projects for Nigeria in 2020 [Premium Times] The World Bank on Tuesday announced the approval of six development projects valued at about $2.1885 billion for execution in Nigeria in 2020.

        1. Amotekun: Ekiti to translate law, others into Yoruba language
        2. Condemnation as Ondo government votes N1.2 billion for LG elections
        3. Man accused of testing daughter’s virginity to know fate April 30
        4. Bayelsa Assembly elects new speaker, deputy
        5. Protest as suspected herdsmen kill two farmers in Edo
        6. UNIUYO fights against reinstatement of lecturer unjustly sacked 18 years ago
        7. Police arraign two for allegedly circulating woman’s nude video
        8. Truck drivers block highway to protest over taxation in Anambra
        9. Special Report: Inside Abia’s Broken Roads
        10. Police arrest 12 suspects over perm sec’s abduction
        11. Gov. Lalong inaugurates 11-member justice reform committee
        12. Road accident claims six lives in Niger
        13. Yobe CAN stages protest over Leah Sharibu
        14. Insecurity: House of Reps Committee on Army Visits Borno
        15. Boko Haram: 547 teachers killed in North-east – NUT
        16. Zamfara Assembly probes N2 billion Govt. House project
        17. Customs to shut down supermarkets found selling foreign rice, other prohibited goods
        18. Zamfara Governorship: Supreme Court fixes date to hear APC’s application
        19. Nigeria’s death toll from Lassa fever rises to 103
        20. Excessive heat increasing cases of chronic kidney disease among youth – Nephrologist
        21. Lagos records one case of Lassa fever
        22. SPECIAL REPORT: Residents lament as abandoned NDDC health centres litter Imo
        23. INFOGRAPH: Despite international interventions, child malnutrition still high in Borno
        24. INVESTIGATION: Why Lagos govt’s N5.6bn cardio-renal centre remains grounded, in terrible state
        25. How high cost of cancer treatment has badly affected patients in Nigeria
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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
                Doctor Salary in Nigeria

                Monthly Doctor Salary in Nigeria (2019)
                NYSC
                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