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News Summary of March 10, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of March 10, 2024 in Nigeria
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Food prices in Nigeria have soared, dampening the spirits of citizens as they celebrate Ramadan. The increased prices are causing concerns for families who are struggling to afford basic food items.

Former Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has assured retirees that the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) will rely on their expertise to accelerate the growth and development of the region.

Gunmen have kidnapped approximately 300 students in northwest Nigeria, leaving their families in despair. Two days after the abduction, some parents have lost hope of finding their children.

In a bid to address the issue of seized foods, former Lagos State Governor, Bola Tinubu, has given a fresh matching order to the Nigeria Customs Service to release the seized items to the market.

A group of armed men has abducted 15 students in a pre-dawn attack on a school in Nigeria. This incident adds to the increasing number of school abductions in the country.

Mass kidnappings of Nigerian students have left parents shocked and in despair as they struggle to locate their missing children. The increasing frequency of these abductions is a cause for concern.

The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) has apologized to its customers for the power outages and explained that they are due to various reasons, including infrastructure challenges and acts of vandalism.

The era of public stealing, worth billions of Naira, continues to plague Nigeria. This ongoing issue is a cause for concern and requires urgent attention.

The Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) has urged women to invest in quality packaging for their export products. This will help increase the competitiveness of Nigerian goods in the global market.

In yet another school abduction in northern Nigeria, gunmen have kidnapped 15 children. The increasing incidents of school abductions are a worrisome trend in the country.

Parents of kidnapped Nigerian students are left in shock and despair as they struggle to locate their children. The emotional toll of these abductions is devastating for families.

The Nigeria Customs Service is returning food items seized from smugglers to the market in an effort to reduce prices. This move is aimed at addressing the issue of soaring food prices in the country.

Armed gunmen have kidnapped at least 15 students in Nigeria, adding to the growing insecurity and instability in the country.

Two days after the abduction of students in Nigeria, hopes of finding them are diminishing. This ongoing crisis of school abductions is causing widespread concern.

In a new attack in Nigeria, armed men have kidnapped 15 students from a school. The security situation in the country continues to deteriorate with increasing incidents of abductions.

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has announced its plan to return food items seized from smugglers to the markets in order to reduce prices. The move is intended to alleviate the burden of high food prices on citizens.

A powerful exhibition titled "HERstory" is reframing feminine narratives, empowering women, and challenging gender stereotypes. The exhibition celebrates the achievements and resilience of women.

The Nigeria Governors' Forum (NGF) has claimed that state governments are taking steps to tackle the food crisis and economic hardships facing the country. The NGF believes that these measures will help alleviate the challenges faced by Nigerians.

Nearly 300 students have been kidnapped in northwest Nigeria, and two days later, some parents have lost hope of finding them. The ongoing spate of school abductions in the country is causing fear and anxiety among the population.

The Association of Geodesy in Nigeria is advocating for the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in research to enhance geospatial data analysis. The use of AI could revolutionize the field and improve data accuracy and efficiency.

The kidnapping of students in Nigeria was preceded by gunshots, causing chaos and panic among the students and staff. The security situation in the country is a major concern, with frequent incidents of abductions.

Two days after the abduction of students in Nigeria, hopes of finding them are diminishing. The ongoing crisis of school abductions is causing widespread concern.

Approximately 1,500 farmers in Yobe State are set to benefit from the Northeast Development Commission's dry farming inputs. This initiative aims to support farmers and enhance agricultural productivity in the region.

Armed gunmen have once again kidnapped 15 children in Nigeria, further highlighting the worsening security situation in the country.

In northwest Nigeria, nearly 300 students have been kidnapped by gunmen, and two days later, some parents have lost hope of finding them. The frequency of school abductions is a growing concern in the country.

A mother in Nigeria shares her story of having five of her children abducted from a school. She clings to hope and relies on prayers for the safe return of her children.

Political leaders including Bola Tinubu, Victor Oborevwori, David Dafinone, and Great Ogboru have attended the funeral of Francis Kokori, paying their respects to the late politician.

The most powerful woman in Africa's family, 5 out of 6 members of whom graduated from Harvard, is celebrated on International Women's Day. Their achievements inspire and empower women.

The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) has attributed power outages to infrastructure challenges, vandalism, and low power generation. The company has apologized to its customers for the inconvenience.

Gunmen have kidnapped nearly 300 students in northwest Nigeria, and two days later, some parents have lost hope of finding them. The increasing number of school abductions is a cause for concern.

Gunmen have kidnapped nearly 300 students in northwest Nigeria, and two days later, some parents have lost hope of finding them. The ongoing wave of school abductions is causing distress among Nigerians.

In the latest case of mass abductions in Nigeria, gunmen have kidnapped nearly 300 school children. The country continues to grapple with a growing security crisis.

In commemoration of International Women's Day, Governor Mbah has pledged to empower and include women by inspiring their inclusion in various sectors of society.

In a fresh attack on a school in northwest Nigeria, over 100 pupils have been abducted by gunmen. The security situation in the country continues to deteriorate.

Kingsley Moghalu, an economist, believes that monetary tightening should have preceded the unification of the foreign exchange rate in Nigeria. This approach could have helped stabilize the country's economy.

At least 15 students have been abducted by gunmen in Nigeria, adding to the ongoing security challenges in the country.

In Nigeria, a new case of abduction has occurred, with 15 children being kidnapped by armed assailants. The frequency of such incidents highlights the security crisis the country is facing.

Chairmen and secretaries of the Federal Capital Territory Civil Service Commission are being demanded by natives of the region. This demand aims to ensure proper representation and address the concerns of the indigenous population.

Bendel Insurance Football Club has denied parting ways with Coach Monday Odigie. The club's management maintains that the reports circulating in the media are untrue.

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