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News Summary of May 29, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of May 29, 2024 in Nigeria
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Fifty extremists were killed by Nigerian forces in a successful operation. In February, protests occurred in Nigeria, but a video claiming to be from May 2024 is misleading. A Nigerian football player will not participate in the World Cup due to an injury. A road in Abuja worth N35 billion has been named after Tinubu. Osimhen will not be able to participate in important World Cup qualifying matches. Governor Otti apologizes to Abia children and warns against not enrolling in school.

The Nigerian government has earned N242 billion from the marine sector and aims to attract $7 billion in oil and gas investments. In airstrikes, the Nigerian military killed 30 suspected terrorists. Symrise sees Nigeria as a pathway to growth in Africa. Wike has named a road in Southern Parkway after Tinubu.

The governing councils for higher institutions in Benue State will soon be ready, according to Gov. Alia. Enugu's Commissioner believes that the computerized vehicle inspection center will enhance safety and create jobs. Nigeria's economy has suffered a significant decline in President Tinubu's first year. The new Nigerian anthem, written by a Briton, sparks criticism after a contentious law is passed.

The light rail line in Nigeria's capital has been revived and offers free rides. Protesters express dissatisfaction as Imo Government orders the closure of a gas construction site. The top 5 sectors contribute 62.25% to Nigeria's GDP. Anxiety arises as the police commence the demolition of barracks in Lagos.

Those accusing Olukoyede of witch-hunt in the Yahaya Bello vs. EFCC case are called "hired nonentities" by a lawyer. The Catholic Church denies a priest's alleged unauthorized wedding. The Nigerian Air Force conducted airstrikes that eliminated 30 terrorists in Katsina and Borno.

Governor Mbah lists achievements and plans in his one-year stewardship. In a village in Nigeria, 150 attackers confront the residents. Investors gain N294.12 billion due to sustained bullish sentiments in the NGX. Governor Otti launches the Abia Public Transport Project.

The Nigerian economy's five largest sectors as of Q1 2024 are identified. Dangote refinery plans to list in London and Lagos by the end of 2024. Nigeria seeks a fair agreement in pandemic treaty negotiations at the World Health Assembly. In 17 months, Nigeria recorded 41 building collapses, according to civil engineers.

Nigeria decides to combat illegal lithium mining. World Trade Organization's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala did not vow to bring investors to Nigeria. Rights groups hold a national mourning for victims of mass atrocities. ALX ignites university campuses with groundbreaking awareness campaigns. Police arrested four soldiers and others for robbery.

The list of top crime spots in Lagos is provided. Nigeria is missing its stars for the 2026 World Cup. Plans for a collective wedding in Nigeria are delayed, but some girls and women marry in a private ceremony. Three Nigerian pilgrims who went missing in Saudi Arabia during Hajj 2024 have been found.

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