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News Summary of March 22, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of March 22, 2024 in Nigeria
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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has announced its plan to impound vehicles found to be transporting human beings with animals. This decision is part of the FRSC's effort to ensure the safety of road users.

Nine Nigerian students have been honored by Toyota in its global dream car contest. The winning students were recognized for their innovative and creative designs for the future of mobility.

The Mutfwang Development Association (MDA) has reiterated its commitment to youth empowerment and human capital development in Nigeria. The organization aims to provide opportunities for young people to thrive and contribute positively to society.

The president of the Tiv Area Traditional Council (TATC), Chief Barnara Alia, has called on the council to prioritize peacebuilding efforts in Benue State. He emphasized the importance of maintaining peace and security in the region.

A massive fish was caught during a fishing festival in Idu, ONELGA, Rivers State. The fish, which weighed over 200kg, attracted a lot of attention from festival-goers.

Nigeria's public debt reached N97 trillion in December 2023, according to the Debt Management Office (DMO). This represents a significant increase in the country's debt burden.

At least 23 Niger soldiers were killed in a terrorist attack, along with the killing of 30 terrorists. The attack targeted a military base in the country.

The Governor of Kebbi State, Governor Idris, has approved the sum of N967.6 billion for the registration fees of 20,908 indigenous students in the state. This move is aimed at improving access to education for Kebbi indigenes.

The Federal Civil Service Commission is set to launch an online recruitment portal. This initiative aims to streamline the recruitment process and make it more transparent and efficient.

The African Entrepreneurship Academy (AEA) has commenced youth entrepreneurship training for members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). The training is aimed at equipping young entrepreneurs with the necessary skills to start and manage successful businesses.

Over 15 people have been killed and residents forced to flee as herders attack communities in Benue State. The attack has caused panic and unrest among residents.

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