WAEC: Inflation Responsible For Increased Registration Fee from N13,950 to N18,500 -WAEC

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) says the increase in its registration fee from N13,950 to N18,000 was due to the rising inflation in the country. In November last year, WAEC raised the registration fee by 29 percent — a development that elicited a wave of criticism against the exam body. But on Thursday, Patrick Areghan, head of WAEC’s national office, spoke on the increment during a courtesy visit to the council’s marking centres in Abuja. Areghan said the worsening inflation rate in the country was to be blamed for the hike…

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Nigerian Military Eliminates 30 Terrorists in Bwari Area of FCT – Defence Hqtrs

“Troops of 7 Guards Battalion and 167 Special Force Battalion in conjunction with the air component of Operation WHIRL PUNCH conducted a clearance patrol around Bwari general area between 24 – 26 July 2022. Troops successfully clear Kawu and Ido villages. Consequently, about 30 terrorists were neutralized and their enclave and hide out destroyed. Ground troops also recovered 6 x motorcycles, 2 x AK47 rifles, 1 x fully loaded LMG magazine amongst others during mob up.” General Onyeuko said. The Defence headquarters said that the hierarchy of the Armed Forces…

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JULIUS BERGER Wins Most Outstanding & Quality-Oriented Construction Company Award

. “Your activities have shaped quality of Nigeria’s infrastructures”, says National Waves Publisher Nigeria’s leading engineering construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, last weekend in Lagos again clinched Nigeria’s Most Outstanding and Quality-oriented ConstructionCompany award at the National Waves Newspaper and Magazine 2022 Awards event for its comprehensively qualitative works in the country over the decades. The award went to the company at the well-attended 14thanniversary of National Waves Newspapers and Magazine Lecture/Awards which held in the Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos. According to the Mr. Jimmy Enyeh, the Publisher of National Waves Newspapers and…

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