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News Summary of January 25, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of January 25, 2024 in Nigeria
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Pension funds in Nigeria are transforming their investment strategies to adapt to changing market conditions. The Pension Board Index is a new benchmark that reflects the evolving landscape of pension fund investments in the country. It will provide information on the performance of various asset classes and help pension funds make informed investment decisions.

The ban on styrofoam and plastics in Lagos is receiving mixed reactions. While some applaud the move as a step towards reducing environmental pollution and promoting sustainable practices, others express concern about the impact on businesses and livelihoods.

The Mohammed VI Academy in Morocco is playing a significant role in preparing football elites, according to the former president of the Nigerian Football Federation. The academy is known for its world-class facilities and training programs.

Professor Chukwuma Charles Soludo, a former Central Bank governor, visited Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State. The visit is seen as a show of support as Soludo faces a N4 billion fraud trial.

At least 50 villagers were shot dead in the latest wave of violence in Plateau State, Nigeria. The state has been plagued by inter-communal clashes and attacks by armed groups.

Rack Centre, a leading data center company in Nigeria, has appointed Lars Johannisson as its new CEO. Johannisson brings his vast experience in the global data center industry to drive the company's growth.

The CEO of Benfica, Domingos Soares de Oliveira, visited Nigeria to meet with officials of the football club's affiliate in the country, Slavia Prague Nigeria. The visit aims to strengthen the bond between the two clubs and explore opportunities for collaboration.

Last year, at least 60 civilians were killed in Burkina Faso by military drone strikes, according to a watchdog group. The strikes target armed groups but often result in civilian casualties.

Despite a curfew, violence continues to escalate in Plateau State, Nigeria. The state has been plagued by conflicts between herders and farmers, as well as attacks by armed groups.

Five loyalists of Governor Fubara have been remanded in custody, leading to fresh tension in Rivers State, Nigeria. The reason for their detention has not been disclosed.

Around 50 villagers were shot dead in Plateau State, Nigeria, as violence continues to escalate in the northern region. The state has been struggling with inter-communal clashes and attacks by armed groups.

A senator in Delta State, Nigeria, has called for the establishment of a defense academy in the state. The academy would help train and prepare young people for careers in the military and other security agencies.

Non-oil export revenue in Nigeria has declined by 6%. This decrease is attributed to various factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic, trade barriers, and global economic challenges.

A record of 1,800 cases has been recorded by the Delta State Health Insurance Commission in the past seven years. The commission projects that one million people will be enrolled annually in the state's health insurance scheme.

The Kwara State Independent Electoral Commission will kick off activities for the upcoming council elections in February. The elections are expected to be keenly contested by different political parties.

Signature Bank has launched two new branches in Abia State, Nigeria. The bank aims to provide support to small businesses and contribute to the economic development of the state.

Governor Ayodele Fayose expressed anger at a minister who was driving against traffic. Fayose called for the minister's detention as a deterrent to others who violate traffic rules.

The Kwara State Independent Electoral Commission is set to flag off activities for the council elections scheduled to take place in February. The commission is responsible for ensuring free and fair elections in the state.

Nigeria's non-oil export revenue has declined by 6% due to various challenges in the international market. The government is working on strategies to diversify the economy and boost non-oil exports.

Fifty-five people were killed in violent incidents in Nigeria. The killings are believed to be linked to inter-communal clashes and attacks by armed groups.

The Delta State Health Insurance Commission has recorded 1,800 cases in the past seven years. The commission expects to enroll one million people annually in its health insurance program.

At least 50 villagers were shot dead in Plateau State, Nigeria, as violence continues to escalate in the northern region. The state has been plagued by conflicts between herders and farmers, as well as attacks by armed groups.

The Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) is emphasizing the importance of proper documentation for the youth league. This will help in the identification of talents and the development of young players.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is seeking to strengthen security partnerships in West Africa after recent setbacks in the region. He aims to enhance cooperation with countries in the region to counter terrorism and promote stability.

Violence continues to escalate in Plateau State, Nigeria, with at least 50 villagers shot dead. The state has been plagued by clashes between herders and farmers, as well as attacks by armed groups.

Last year, at least 60 civilians were killed in Burkina Faso in military drone strikes, according to a watchdog group. The strikes were aimed at targeting armed groups but often resulted in civilian casualties.

The Nigerian Medical Association is calling for the prosecution of the Majority Leader of the Kogi State House of Assembly over attacks on medical personnel. The association is advocating for a safe working environment for healthcare workers.

The Nigeria Customs Service, Nigerian Ports Authority, and Nigerian Communications Commission are expected to generate the highest revenue in 2024. These agencies play crucial roles in revenue generation for the government.

At least 60 civilians were killed in Burkina Faso in military drone strikes last year, according to a watchdog group. The strikes were intended to target armed groups but often resulted in civilian casualties.

The Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED) is reportedly flouting the decision of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission in Akwa Ibom State. The company's alleged non-compliance has raised concerns about the quality of service provided to consumers.

A 72-year-old former governor of Edo State, Oserhiemen Osunbor, has picked up nomination forms to contest in the upcoming governorship election. He believes that age is not a barrier to effective leadership.

At least 50 villagers were shot dead in Plateau State, Nigeria, as violence continues to escalate in the northern region. The state has been plagued by inter-communal clashes and attacks by armed groups.

The newly appointed Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board in Ekiti State, Nigeria, has assured aggressive teaching and learning in schools through effective monitoring. The board aims to improve educational standards in the state.

The Nigerian stock market recorded a peak return of 36% as the All-Share Index reached its highest level ever. This reflects positive investor sentiment and confidence in the Nigerian economy.

Last year, at least 60 civilians were killed in Burkina Faso in military drone strikes, according to a watchdog group. The strikes were aimed at targeting armed groups but often resulted in civilian casualties.

Last year, at least 60 civilians were killed in Burkina Faso in military drone strikes, according to a watchdog group. The strikes were aimed at targeting armed groups but often resulted in civilian casualties.

At least 50 villagers were shot dead in Plateau State, Nigeria, as violence continues to escalate in the northern region. The state has been plagued by inter-communal clashes and attacks by armed groups.

The Nigeria Customs Service intercepted cocaine and Colorado worth N4.279 billion at the Lagos Port. The seizure is a significant blow to drug trafficking networks operating in the country.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has promised to remain neutral in the upcoming re-run election in Delta State, Nigeria. The commission is committed to ensuring a transparent and fair electoral process.

At least 50 villagers were shot dead in Plateau State, Nigeria, as violence continues to escalate in the northern region. The state has been plagued by inter-communal clashes and attacks by armed groups.

Another kidnapper has been arrested by the police in Abuja, Nigeria. The arrest is part of ongoing efforts to combat kidnapping and other criminal activities in the capital city.

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