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News Summary of January 27, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of January 27, 2024 in Nigeria
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A 49-year-old man, nicknamed the "Tony Montana" of Nigeria, has been arrested in Palermo, Italy.

Ibadan Distribution Company (DisCo) has given reasons for the epileptic power supply and appeals to affected communities.

The naira has dropped to ₦1,399 per dollar in the official FX market.

At least 50 people have been killed as armed attackers stormed villages in Nigeria.

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has revoked the license of a private jet operator following an incident at Ibadan Airport.

Taraba State youths are protesting against linking T.Y. Danjuma to the Takum chieftaincy stool.

The chairman of the Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) commends Governor Wike's achievements in the FCT.

The Nigeria Stock Exchange (NGX) has raised N3.85 trillion in capital for entities in 2023.

Nigerian exchanges face licensing hurdles and analysts urge the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to overhaul guidelines.

The NCAA has suspended Mattini Airline and the Nigerian Safety Investigation Bureau (NSIB) has begun an investigation into the Ibadan runway incident.

Governor Wike warns kidnappers and their informants to repent or face consequences.

Kano Governor Yusuf sends a cryptic message to the APC national chairman, Ganduje.

Here are eight things to know about the Nigeria Infrastructure Debt Fund.

Rivers State Governor Wike warns kidnappers and informants to repent or be killed.

The NGX suspends trading on the shares of GSK as it delists.

Deputy Governor Aiyedatiwa explains the reason for nominating Adelami and Oluwatuyi as deputy governor and SSG.

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) attributes poor electricity supply in the Southeast to gas shortage.

The NCAA suspends Mattini Airline and begins a probe into the Ibadan runway incident.

Mutfwang relaxes the curfew in Mangu from 4pm to 8am.

The EEDC explains the reason for the drop in electricity supply.

There is outrage as a teacher allegedly flogs a student to death.

A former militant leader urges Tinubu to appoint an Urhobo as the Amnesty Programme Coordinator.

The Lagos Commissioner of Police assures Lekki peninsula residents of prompt response and 24-hour support.

A forum tasks the National Assembly on reopening and passing of the gender equality opportunity bill.

An alleged defilement case leads to the remand of the defendant in Kirikiri.

The Naira falls to its lowest intraday value of N1,399 at the official FX market.

The NCAA suspends an airline's permit and the NSIB begins an investigation into the Ibadan runway incident.

APC bigwigs drum support for Gadaka in the Yobe East senatorial bye-election.

Oborevwori plans to commence the payment of bursary to Delta students by February.

The army uncovers burnt corpses of policemen in the ESN Imo camp.

Customs intercepts N4.27bn worth of cocaine and Colorado at the Tin-Can Port.

Gunmen abduct the chairman of the Lagos PDP.

A court vacates a contempt order against EFCC Chairman Olukoyede.

Wike makes a solemn vow to kidnappers who are granted bail.

CPJ calls for a probe into the attack on a Ghana radio journalist.

The new Slavia Prague coach says there is no room for nerves.

The stock market records a growth of N138 billion due to buy interest.

The Indomitable Lions arrive in Abidjan for their round of 16 clash with the Super Eagles in the AFCON 2023.

The Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) ranks higher in the latest global ranking.

The NCAA suspends the license of a private airline over the runway incident, and the NSIB commences an investigation.

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