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Watch Interesting Reactions To News Of 15th-May-2024

A brief recap of people's comments on Wednesday, May 15th, 2024 news headlines, in video animation.
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HEADLINES:
  • N1 Million Per Month: Wigwe University′s Accommodation to Become Most Expensive in Nigeria - Legit.ng
  • Late Access Bank CEO’s varsity, Wigwe University to kick off August - Punch Newspapers
  • Naira depreciation: We′re waiting for CBN intervention—Bureau de change operators - Daily Post Nigeria
  • Rivers assembly crisis: Blame Wike for your travails, PDP group tells lawmakers - TheCable
  • Niger Speaker Sarkindaji Stops Wedding Plans For 100 Girls - Channels Television
  • We made mistake adopting western liberal democracy - Obasanjo - Premium Times
  • Federal Executive Council suspends cyber security levy, to undergo “some form of review” - Nairametrics
  • Late Herbert Wigwe′s University Set To Become Nigeria′s Most Expensive University (See Tuition Fees, Kick Off Date) - Naija News
  • Fees Revealed as Wigwe University Set to Commence Operations in August 2024 • Okay.ng - Okay.ng
  • Emefiele Arraigned For Printing N684m Notes With N18.96bn, Pleads Not Guilty - Channels Television
  • Wigwe University becomes Nigeria’s most expensive varsity with N12m fee - TheStar
  • From N9.6m per year“- School fees at Wigwe University stirs reactions - GistLover
  • Google To Use AI-Generated Answers In Search Results - Channels Television
  • Wigwe University fees: Hostel accommodation costs N1 million monthly - Nairametrics
  • Don’t derail our plan for power sector, FG tells labour - Punch Newspapers
  • [ICYMI] N12m school fees: Late Herbert Wigwe’s university may become Nigeria’s most expensive varsity in August - Punch Newspapers
  • Revealed: N12m School Fees Makes Herbert Wigwe′s Varsity Nigeria′s Most Expensive Varsity - New Telegraph Newspaper
  • Buy now, pay later: 1.9m Nigerians applied to join consumer credit scheme – MD - Punch Newspapers
  • Electricity tariff hike: Don’t derail transformation plan in power sector, FG begs organised labour - Vanguard
  • Nigerian govt announces suspension of 0.5% cybersecurity levy - Premium Times
  • Veekee James Weighs In on Nana Addo′s AMVCA Issue: “If U Hear Do You Want Money or Tag, Run Away” - Legit.ng
  • Six More Kidnapped Varsity Students Rescued, Says Kogi Govt - Channels Television
  • Tinubu suspends cybersecurity levy - Vanguard
  • Ebonyi Assembly approves over N500 million for conduct of LG election - Daily Post Nigeria
  • Reps meet Obasanjo, seek support for bill to reintroduce parliamentary government - TheCable
  • Fubara tackles Wike over Rivers heavy debt - Punch Newspapers
  • Guterres condemns killing of UN security staff in Gaza - Tribune Online
  • Electricity tariff hike: Nigerian govt reveals next plan after workers′ protest - Daily Post Nigeria
  • Minister Petitions IGP, Asks Court To Stop Niger Mass Wedding Of 100 Orphans - Channels Television
  • FG, partners seek $306m to address food crisis in Northeast - Punch Newspapers
  • Nigeria, UN seek US$306m to solve food, nutrition crisis in North East - Daily Trust
  • Five more pro-Wike commissioners resign from Fubara′s Cabinet - Premium Times
  • Tinubu suspends 0.5% cybersecurity levy - Daily Trust
  • Dr Stanley hosts Harry, Meghan in The Delborough Lagos (HIGHLIGHTS) - Daily Post Nigeria
  • Why We Walked Out Of N48,000 Minimum Wage Talks With Federal Gov′t - TUC President - Leadership News
  • Nigeria’s inflation rate rises to 33.69% in April 2024 - Nairametrics
  • ′My dating era has come to an end′ – Actress Susan Peters hints at second marriage - Daily Post Nigeria
  • In UAE, Tony Elumelu advocates climate funding for healthcare delivery - Premium Times
  • Top Xiaomi Phone, Pad Releases in 2024 - Tech | Business | Economy - TechEconomy.ng

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