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Latest News In Nigeria, March 29, 2023: Top 10 Headlines For Wednesday

Latest News In Nigeria, March 29, 2023: Top 10 Headlines For

Welcome to AllNews morning roundup of the top 10 latest Nigerian news today, Wednesday March 29, 2023.

NAF Disowns Online Admissions Into Medical School

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has dismissed an online notification of admission into National Diploma/Higher National Diploma (ND/HND) Nursing Programmes for the 2023/2024 Academic Session at NAF School of Medical Sciences and Aviation Medicine (NAFSMSAM), Kaduna.

The Director, Public Relations and Information, NAF, Air Commodore Ayodele Famuyiwa, in a statement on Tuesday, described the said online admission notification as “spurious and fraudulent”. Read more here.

Adeleke Recalls Osun Health Insurance Scheme Boss

Dr Niyi Oginni, the Executive Secretary of the Osun Health Insurance Scheme (OHIS) has been recalled by the Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke.

The recall became imperative to save the state health insurance scheme from imminent collapse. Reads more here.

FG Committed To Easing Passport Challenge Experienced By Nigerians - Aregbesola 

The Federal Government of Nigeria has restated that it would improve service delivery and streamline operations in order to ameliorate the challenges experienced by Nigerians when applying for and obtaining the Nigerian Passport.

This was made known by Rauf Aregbesola, the Minister of Interior at the commissioning of the Nigerian Immigration Service, Ilesa Passport Front Office and Production Centre, Ilesa on Tuesday. Read more here.

Kebbi Chief Judge Swears In New Council Chair For Aleiro

The Acting Chief Judge of Kebbi, Justice  Umar Abubakar, has sworn in Alhaji Shuaibu Ibrahim, as the acting Chairman of Aliero Local Government Area of the state.

Ibrahim was sworn in following the impeachment of the former Chairman of the council, Alhaji Shuaibu Aliero, for alleged gross misconduct on Monday. Read more here.

Cadbury Nigeria Plc Records N1.2 Billion Profit

Cadbury Nigeria Plc has released its 2022 audited financial result, reporting a profit before tax of N1.29 billion, which represents an 18 per cent increase from the N1.097 billion the company recorded during the same period in 2021.

During the period under review, the company recorded a revenue of N55.21 billion, a 30 per cent increase from the N42.37 billion recorded in the previous year. Read more here.

Sinner Reaches Third Straight Miami Open Quarter-Finals

Jannik Sinner has now reached the quarter-finals at the Miami Open for the third consecutive year.

He ramped up his title bid further on Tuesday by defeating sixth seed Andrey Rublev 6-2 6-4 in 72 minutes. Read more here.

Moment Portable Screams As Police Storms His Bar To Arrest Him [Video]

Portable screamed in terror after Nigerian police stormed his bar to arrest him on Tuesday.

The singer went live on Instagram to capture the humiliating moment the cops entered the building. Read more here.

Whitemoney Apologises To Women Over Statement On Nedu's Podcast [Video]

BBNaija's Whitemoney has apologised to the women who were offended by his recent remarks on Nedu's podcast.

Following the statement about women, the reality star sparked a week-long conversation on social media. Read more here.

Google's New Classroom Features Include 'Reader Mode' For Those With Dyslexia

Tech giant, Google has introduced "reader mode" for Chrome, making it simpler for those who struggle with reading, such as those who have dyslexia, to understand articles and text messages online.

To cut down on clutter and distractions, users may alter the text's typeface, font size, spacing, colour, and background colour to discover the arrangement that appeals to them the most. Read more here.

EU To Quit Selling New Petrol, Diesel Car In 2035

The European Union member states on Tuesday passed an emissions law that would prevent the EU from selling any new vehicles or vans that release carbon dioxide beyond 2035.

According to the EU, the new regulations aim to reduce CO2 emissions from new vehicles by 55% and new vans by 50% between 2030 and 2034, respectively, and by 100% starting in 2035. Read more here.

Uganda: 11 Activists Arrested In Protest Against Corruption

Police in Kampala have confirmed the arrest of 11 activists that were demonstrating against corruption and the iron sheets scandal involving top government officials.

The Torture Survivors Movement UG group planned the rally in downtown Kampala during a morning rain. Read more here.

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