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News Summary of January 18, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of January 18, 2024 in Nigeria
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The court has ordered the police to pay N50 million in damages to Hafsat Abiola, the wife of late MKO Abiola, for violation of her rights.

A group has dismissed the ongoing probe of Godwin Emefiele, the Central Bank Governor, by the EFCC, calling it mere propaganda.

The Deputy Governor of Ondo State, Lucky Aiyedatiwa, has been criticized for the delay in appointing a new deputy governor.

In 2023, Nigeria exported 6.6 million tonnes of non-oil products, according to the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC).

Rotary International has donated $14 million to sustain polio eradication efforts in Nigeria.

The market capitalization of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX) has reached N50 trillion as the All-Share Index crosses 91,000 basis points.

Several individuals, including Mike Eyiboh, Aminu Akhigbe, and Umar Abdulaziz, have been inducted into the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR).

Gombe State has announced plans to partner with the Nigerian Communications Satellite (NigComSat) for technological advancement.

In 2023, a total of 351 people were killed in auto crashes in Ogun State, according to the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC).

The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has decried investigators taking bribes and issued a fresh directive to address the issue.

The Peace Initiative for Security and Economic Partnership (PISE-P) has uncovered a plot to frustrate peace efforts in the Southeast and malign Orji Uzor Kalu.

The Ekiti State government has approved the restructuring of the ring road to avert the demolition of houses.

The Nigerian Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS) is set to boost agro export and automate quarantine procedures.

International oil companies are quietly exiting Nigeria, raising concerns about the country's oil industry.

The Consumer Protection Agency in Lagos has warned residents against consuming "poisonous" plantain chips.

Africa's AI World Conference in 2024 will discuss business leadership in an AI-driven world.

The Kaduna Internal Revenue Service (KIRS) aims to generate N57 billion in internally generated revenue (IGR) in 2024.

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has asserted that no project has been stopped under the watch of Bola Tinubu.

The Defence Minister has advised Nigerians to stop paying ransom to kidnappers.

Nigeria insists that the students' loan scheme will take off this month.

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) will present the Seasonal Climate Prediction on February 20th.

Governor Wike states that he is in the FCT to serve the public interest.

Access Bank is set to acquire a majority stake in Uganda's Finance Trust Bank.

Nigeria upset hosts at the Cup of Nations in soccer.

The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) seeks solutions to improve the performance of gas facilities in Bonny Island.

The Supreme Court is set to deliver its final verdict on the Delta State governorship election, causing anxiety in the state.

In 2023, the Lagos State government sealed 700 buildings for flouting laws.

Governor Wike asserts that no project has been stopped under the watch of Bola Tinubu.

The Africa.com AI World Conference in 2024 will explore business leadership in an AI-driven world.

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has broadened the communication architecture of Nigeria's airspace.

The Commissioner of Police blames #EndSARS rioters for the delay in investigating the death of musician MohBad.

Shell plans to sell a significant portion of its Nigeria oil business.

The Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) inducted an army general, media aides, communication specialists, and lawyers.

FCT Minister urges Nigerians to stop paying ransom to kidnappers.

The Nigeria Employers' Consultative Association (NECA) calls for a policy review and intervention in the FX market.

Three people were killed and 77 injured in a massive blast caused by explosives in a southern Nigerian city.

The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has signed a landmark deal to deliver uninterrupted power solutions in Abuja.

Illegal miners are attributed as the cause of the Ibadan blast in Nigeria.

Governor Wike asserts that the FCT will be made hot for bandits.

Nigeria defeated Ivory Coast in a friendly match in front of their home fans.

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