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It’s a brand new day, week, and month.

We’re focusing on the ongoing search for schoolgirls kidnapped in Zamfara State, the impending arrival of COVID-19 vaccines, and the economic importance of the Dangote Refinery, which is set to open soon.

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On February 26, 2021, over 300 students were abducted from the Government Girls Secondary School in Jangebe, Zamfara State.

On February 26, 2021, over 300 students were abducted from the Government Girls Secondary School in Jangebe, Zamfara State.

The hunt for the Jangebe Girls goes on.
The students and staff of the Government Science Secondary School in Kagara, Niger State, were released on Saturday.

This is a wonderful development. However, over 300 schoolgirls abducted from a Junior Secondary School in Jangebe, Zamfara State, remain unaccounted for.

On Sunday, Zamfara State Governor Bello Matawalle said his administration is still working on the girls’ release.

Zamfara is one of the states negotiating peace treaties with bandits, and Governor Matawalle has promised that such diplomatic efforts will continue despite the kidnapping on Friday.

Ali Ndume, the Senate Committee on Army Chairman, stated that blanket amnesty is not the answer to ending insecurity because it could lead to new forms of criminality.

School kidnappings have become a major feature of terrorism in Nigeria, from Chibok to Dapchi to Jangebe.

On February 24, 2021, a carton box of the Covishield vaccine, developed by the Serum Institute of India (SII) in Pune, is unloaded at Mumbai airport as part of the Covax scheme, which aims to procure and distribute inoculations fairly among all nations.

Nigeria is a country in Africa. COVID-19 Vaccines are now available.

More than 3.9 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine are expected to leave India today and arrive in Nigeria by Tuesday, more than a year after the country’s first coronavirus outbreak.

Boss Mustapha, the Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, announced this on Saturday.

COVAX, a global scheme backed by the World Health Organization to ensure equitable vaccine distribution around the world, provided the vaccines.

However, there may be some delays. This isn’t the first time the government has announced a delivery date for the vaccines.

“I can assure you that the vaccines are on their way, and they will arrive very soon, barring any changes in the UNICEF delivery plan,” Mustapha said.

According to the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention (NCDC), Nigeria reported 240 new cases of the virus on Sunday, with two deaths.

Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, in a file photo. His refinery will reportedly be one of the world’s largest.


The Dangote Refinery is nearing completion.

Nigeria, despite being one of the world’s largest crude producers, has long lacked adequate refining capacity. The majority of the country’s refined petroleum products are imported, putting a strain on the country’s limited foreign exchange reserves.

With the near-completion of the Dangote Oil Refinery, a 650,000 barrels per day integrated refinery project on the outskirts of Lagos, this is about to change.

The refinery, which will be overseen by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, is expected to be Africa’s largest oil refinery and the world’s largest single-train facility. It has the world’s largest pipeline infrastructure, which is powered by a 400MW power plant.

But the main allure for Godwin Emefiele, the Governor of the Central Bank, who recently toured the facility with other high-ranking officials, is how the facility will help to conserve foreign exchange and strengthen the local economy.

What else is going on?

Femi Falana, a senior lawyer, has condemned the arrest of Salisu Tanko Yakassai, a former aide to Kano State Governor.

When the next school abduction occurs, Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka suggests that states consider suspending their activities in protest.

At least seven people have been killed in separate bandit attacks in Kaduna State’s two local governments.

Femi Fani-Kayode : 

the former aviation minister, has warned that if the current state of insecurity is not addressed, it could lead to civil war.

The government of Niger State has stated that it is unsure when the boarding schools that were closed due to insecurity will reopen.

Chadwick Boseman:

The Black Panther actor won the Golden Globe for best actor in a drama for his poignant role in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” six months after his death at the age of 43.

Donald Trump:

The ousted President has stated that he may run for re-election in 2024.

That’ll do it for this morning. More information will be available tomorrow.

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