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Green Climate Fund approves $171m for renewable energy projects in Nigeria, Ghana, others. The Green Climate Fund (GCF) on Wednesday announced that it has approved $170.9 million (N70.69 billion) in co-financing for the African Development Bank’s Leveraging Energy Access Finance Framework (LEAF) programme in Africa.
Sports minister Sunday Dare will reward Team Nigeria medallists at the World Athletics U-20 Championships with cash prizes. Nigeria won two gold medals on Saturday to take their gold haul to three, making it the country’s best ever appearance in the championships. The cash awards are $5,000 for gold, $3,000 for silver and $2,000 for bronze medals.
NIGERIA increased its medal haul to three gold on Saturday at the World Athletics U-20 Championships in Nairobi, Kenya with some sparkling individual performances. Imabong Nse Uko won the country’s second gold medal of the competition, leading the way in the women’s 400m final in a personal best time of 51.55 seconds- Nigeria’s first individual gold medal in the championships in 13 years.