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BREAKING: Edo Deputy Governor, Shaibu Sacked



The Edo State House of Assembly has sacked the state’s deputy governor Philip Shaibu.

The impeachment followed weeks of back and forth with the Deputy Governor over some allegations against him. After the Assembly notified Shaibu of the impeachment move against him, a panel was set up to investigate the issue and hear from the two parties involved- Edo Assembly and Shaibu.

However, Shaibu did not appear before the panel in the last few sittings neither did he sent any representative whereas the Assembly was represented.

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Black Market Dollar To Naira Exchange Rate Today 14th February 2024



What is the Dollar to Naira Exchange rate at the black market, also known as the parallel market (Aboki fx)?

See the black market Dollar to Naira exchange rate for 13th February below.

The exchange rate for a dollar to naira at Lagos Parallel Market (Black Market) players buy a dollar for N1,480 and sell at N1,490 on Tuesday 13th January 2024, according to sources at Bureau De Change (BDC).

How much is the Black market dollar to naira today, 14th February 2024?.

Please note that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) does not recognize the parallel market (black market), as it has directed individuals who want to engage in Forex to approach their respective banks.

Dollar to Naira Black Market Rate Today
Buying Rate N1,538
Selling Rate N1,545

.Please note edujobs does not set or determine forex rates, the rates you buy or sell forex may be different from what is captured in this article because prices vary.

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New UK Visa Rules To Affect Nigerians As Minimum Salary Thresholds Increased For Foreign Workers



New minimum wage thresholds for foreign worker visas will come into force “within weeks” in the UK and it could affect Nigerians in many ways.

According to a statement by the UK Home Secretary the Government which in December said that there would be a wave of new restrictions on people coming to Britain, and their family members, the limits are intended to bring down legal immigration.

These included significantly hiking the minimum wage needed to obtain a visa.

On Tuesday, the Home Office announced: Reforms to restrict care workers from bringing family members to the UK will come into force on March 11. Measures requiring care providers to register with the Care Quality Commission if they are sponsoring migrants will start on the same date.

An increase to the minimum salary required for those arriving on a Skilled Worker Visa, from £26,200 to £38,700, will start from April 4. The minimum income threshold for those bringing dependents to the UK on family visas will increase in stages starting on April 11.

From this date workers will need to be earning at least £29,000-a-year to bring a family member from abroad – up from £18,600 No date for when the threshold will rise beyond £29,000 has been announced by Government. The proposals sparked backlash when they were first announced by Home Secretary James Cleverly last year.

It was argued that many British people working in professional jobs, such as teachers, police officers and junior doctors, would be unable to bring a loved one to live with them from abroad under the salary restrictions. Immigrants and families already living in the UK and earning under the threshold were left in limbo, not knowing whether they would be allowed to stay when they renewed their visa.

The Home Office confirmed that applications already submitted would be assessed under the old rules. Mr Cleverly said: “I’ve been clear that migration is too high and we must get back to sustainable levels.

“Last year I set out robust measures to reduce the numbers coming into our country – tightening the rules on care workers, skilled workers, and making sure that people can support their family members that they bring over.

“It is a firm approach, but a fair one, and gives those affected time to prepare whilst ensuring that migration comes down. “The British people want to see action, not words. We are delivering the change we promised and which they expect, lifting pressure on public services and protecting British workers with the utmost urgency.”

It comes as new figures suggested the UK population could reach nearly 74 million by 2036, up from the latest estimate of 67 million. Net migration is projected to add around six million people.

There could be an additional one million people in the UK aged 85 and over during the next 15 years. The data has been published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and assumes a level of long-term net international migration of 315,000 a year from mid-2028 onwards.

All the figures are projections, not predictions, because they are based on current and past trends. The actual levels of future migration and population may be higher or lower, and will be “affected by policy changes as well as the impact of as yet unknown migrant behaviour patterns”, the ONS said.

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