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News Summary of April 26, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of April 26, 2024 in Nigeria
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On Veterinary Day, livestock doctors in Kogi State called for better conditions of service to improve the quality of veterinary healthcare in the state.

Globally renowned mining company Glencore is seeking investment opportunities in Nigeria's mining sector to tap into the country's vast mineral resources.

A Tinubu support group has criticized the EFCC over its investigation into the financial activities of Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello, stating that the rule of law must prevail.

The rising prices of malaria control measures in Nigeria are threatening the country's efforts to combat the disease.

The Lagos State Government has shut down several churches and hotels due to noise pollution, as part of its efforts to maintain environmental standards in the state.

Glencore is exploring investment opportunities in Nigeria's mining sector, particularly in the areas of lead, zinc, and copper.

A group has endorsed the creation of state police in Nigeria as a solution to the country's insecurity challenges.

The Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on the Nigerian government to develop policies that will drive industrialization and strengthen the country's currency, the naira.

The Nigerian Education Loan Fund has warned students against fake websites that claim to offer student loans.

The National Association of Nigerian Students has proposed the establishment of a Police Student Relations Forum to improve security on campuses.

During a local government election in Oyo State, hoodlums attacked officials of the Oyo State Independent Electoral Commission in Okeho.

Columnist Azu Ishiekwene reflects on the turmoil within political parties in Nigeria and the need for party members to prioritize the greater good over personal interests.

Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State is set to deliver the Emeka Obasi Memorial Lecture, which will explore the future of journalism and democracy in Nigeria.

The Chief of Naval Staff, Rear Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo, has inaugurated the new headquarters of the Naval Training Command in Rivers State.

118 inmates escaped from a poorly maintained prison in Nigeria after heavy rainfall caused a breach in the facility's walls.

The Plateau State Government has expressed concern over retired civil servants who refuse to vacate government quarters, hampering efforts to provide housing for serving civil servants.

The Lagos State Government is set to launch 25 new ferries as part of its efforts to improve water transportation in the state.

Governor Abubakar Badaru of Jigawa State has called for united action against terrorism and other crimes in Nigeria.

The Nigeria Correctional Service has confirmed the abduction of an Assistant Controller of Prisons in Niger State.

In a prison break incident in Nigeria, 118 inmates escaped from a poorly maintained facility following heavy rainfall.

The Ogun State chapter of the PDP has criticized its former gubernatorial candidate, Ladi Adebutu, over his defeat in the 2023 election and his subsequent actions.

The House of Representatives Committee on Defence has assured of fairness in its investigation into the Okuama crisis, pledging to consider the interests of all parties involved.

The Nigerian Education Loan Fund has announced plans to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Transparency International to ensure transparency and prevent mismanagement of funds.

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps has arrested eight illegal private guards and recovered four pump-action guns in Anambra State.

An Assistant Controller of Prisons has been abducted by kidnappers in Niger State, according to the Nigeria Correctional Service.

The FCT Police have reacted to a viral video that showed a robbery incident in Abuja traffic, stating that the video is fake and does not represent a recent event.

The World Health Organization is celebrating the advancements in immunization on the 50th anniversary of its Expanded Program on Immunization.

Ebonyi State is set to conduct local government elections on July 20, 2021, according to the State Independent Electoral Commission.

The influx of vessels into the Calabar Port is hindered by shallow water, according to the management of the port.

The Chief of Naval Staff, Rear Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo, has pledged to work towards attracting runaway investors back to Rivers State.

The Nigerian stock market has dipped by 1.39% in one week, reflecting the uncertain economic climate in the country.

Stakeholders in Adamawa State have opposed the creation of state police, stating that it could lead to abuse of power.

The Labour Party and the PDP have expressed dissatisfaction with a US report suggesting that the 2023 Nigerian election reflected the will of the people.

The Alake of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo, has unveiled strategies for the development of the solid minerals sector during a step-down retreat.

The police have arrested and detained officers in connection with the shooting incident in Ogbomoso, Oyo State.

Lawmakers have converged for a high-stakes retreat focused on economic recovery and tax policy, aimed at finding solutions to Nigeria's economic challenges.

Candidates who scored 300 and above in the UTME may face challenges securing admission to universities in 2024 due to limited slots and competition.

The Executive Secretary of TETFund has refuted reports alleging that the agency paid N2.9 billion to a contractor for an unexecuted job, stating that the allegations are false.

The Ministry of Education will determine who acts as the Vice Chancellor of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, according to Professor Greg Ojukwu.

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