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News Summary of May 22, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of May 22, 2024 in Nigeria
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The Oba of Benin has accused the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of taking orders from the highest bidder. In Sokoto, efforts are being made to address malnutrition among children. Professor Charles Soludo has set up a committee on minimum wage and abolished the contributory pension scheme. Meanwhile, a Nigerian court has adjourned the trial for tax evasion against Binance and its executives to June 14. The Nigerian Employers' Consultative Association has clarified that state institutions will be included in the student loan initiative. In central Nigeria, an armed attack has left over 40 people dead. Boko Haram extremists have released 350 hostages. The Imo Governorship Tribunal is facing pressure to sack Uzodimma. The Nigerian central bank has raised the interest rate to over 26%. In Rivers State, ex-commissioners left no records in ministries. The Nigerian court has postponed the trial for tax evasion against Binance and its executives. A village in Nigeria has suffered an attack by armed men, resulting in at least 40 deaths. The Nigerian Navy has apprehended two suspects with 3,500 litres of petrol en route to Cameroon. A security guard is in police custody for allegedly stabbing a boy to death. Fola David attempts to break the world record for the largest drawing by an individual. Tinubu has inaugurated a 15-member NEITI board and is committed to removing opacity in the extractive industry. AMAC Chairman warns of fake revenue collectors. Wike promises a safe environment for foreign investors. Over 40 people have been killed in a gunmen attack in central Nigeria.

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