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News Summary of January 21, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of January 21, 2024 in Nigeria
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Multiple news articles in Nigeria today highlight various incidents of kidnapping, protests, and partnerships in the country. Skitmaker Carter Efe reveals that fatherhood has influenced his online activities, leading him to stop dancing in his underwear. Meanwhile, civil society groups are urging the National Judicial Council to reprimand the Appeal Court for perceived justice denied in Plateau state. The Nigerian Oil Spills Detection and Response Agency is investigating a reported pipeline leak by Shell. NiMet is partnering with Bells University to build a weather station in Ogun state. The kidnapping of five sisters has sparked outcry in Nigeria, drawing attention to the increasing incidents of abductions in the country. Sovereign Trust Insurance Plc lists 2.864 billion ordinary shares on the Nigerian Exchange Group. A notorious kidnapper has been apprehended in Abuja, according to the FCT police. The Ondo Elites Assembly commends the APC's stance against automatic tickets. The demolition of buildings in Enugu Centenary City is explained by the Executive Chairman of the Enugu Capital Territory Development Authority. Nigerian startups anticipate a challenging financing road ahead. The Kaduna police have handed over an alleged "kidnap kingpin" to the FCT command. The Nigerian Export Promotion Council is partnering with SMEDAN to enhance exports for Nigerian SMEs. Emerging gospel artist Olufemi Joshua releases a new single titled "Excellent King." Folashade Sariyu accuses Liz Anjorin and her estranged husband of harassing her. The release of five kidnapped sisters is confirmed by the Nigeria Police Force. Former Sierra Leone President Ernest Bai Koroma seeks exile in Nigeria amid treason charges. The ACCI urges government intervention to curb inflation. The NCAA plans to conduct sting operations to shut down jet charters without commercial licenses. NiMet announces a strategic partnership with the Nigerian Institute of Management on training. The release of the kidnapped Nigerian sisters comes after public outcry. Elder care is being substituted for befitting burials in Nigeria. Former Senator Shehu Sani advocates for proactive measures to address rising crime in the capital. The NCAA simplifies the certification process for aviation approvals and permits. Abiola Oluyemisi Itakpe emerges as the best-graduating student at UNILAG Business School with a 4.84 CGPA. NNPP maintains the expulsion of Kwankwaso. Odegbami, a member of the 1980 AFCON-winning team, advocates for support for the Super Eagles. A graduate of FUTA shares her experience of achieving a first-class degree despite getting pregnant. Davido's preliminary objection is dismissed by a court in Warri regarding a breach of contract case. The kidnapping of five sisters continues to generate outcry in Nigeria. Governor Nasir El-Rufai sends a crucial message to his "rival," Ashiru, after the Supreme Court verdict in the Kaduna governorship election. NiMet warns Nigerians to expect heavy sunshine and haziness from Sunday onwards. The kidnapped victims in Bwari regain their freedom. The exclusion of the Vaccine and Chemical Poisons Control Unit from the one-health initiative is seen as posing a great national public risk.

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