THE Alimoshotoday.com team appreciates the Alimosho community for always making us your go-to source for getting the latest information from all the six LCDAs in the Alimosho Local Government Area.
However, we thought to bring you up to speed in case you missed some top headlines that may interest you this week.
The week under review is Friday, February 2, 2024, - Thursday, February 08, 2024.
Here are the trending headlines of the week on Alimoshotoday.com.
1. NAFDAC BEGINS ENFORCEMENT OF BAN ON ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN SACHETS
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has commenced the implementation of the ban on the importation, manufacture, distribution, sale, and use of alcoholic beverages in sachets, PET, and glass bottles of 200ml and below.
2. ABDUCTED BABY SOLD FOR N800,000 RESCUED IN LAGOS MARKET
A baby allegedly sold by a maid for N800,000 has been found in a market in the Shomolu area of Lagos State. The maid, identified as Ruth Okezie from Anambra State, reportedly absconded with the baby from the home in Shomolu around 2 am on Saturday.
3. KAOKAB CHARGES GOVERNMENT TO INVEST, PRIORITISE, PROMOTE YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SCHEMES
The House of Representatives aspirant for the Alimosho Federal Constituency in the last election under the political platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Ambassador Kaokab Ibraheem Aroworatira, has charged the Government at all levels, organisations, and private individuals to give priority to youth development that will empower them not only for economic survival but also for future leadership roles.
4. FG FLOATS SPECIAL BANK FOR YOUTHS, SET TO REFORM NYSC
The Federal Government of Nigeria has announced initiatives to transform the prospects and opportunities of Nigerian youth. According to media reports, the initiatives include a reform of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, to focus more on ensuring that when young people finish school, they are ready to obtain good jobs or start their businesses.