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News Summary of April 6, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of April 6, 2024 in Nigeria
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The Abuja Rail Mass Transit project is nearing completion and is set to be inaugurated in May, according to Governor Nyesom Wike. The project is expected to ease transportation in the capital city.

Sasakawa Africa has trained rice farmers in Nasarawa State on alternative fuel technology to reduce deforestation caused by the use of firewood.

The President of the Nigerian Society of Agricultural Engineers, Akin Oyebanji, has identified agribusiness as a solution to the country's economic challenges.

Wike has terminated the management contract with the Indigenous Contractors Cooperative Limited (ICC) for the Port Harcourt International Airport and replaced them with Julius Berger.

Gospel singer Mercy Chinwo and her husband have sued social media influencers for defamation.

A list of 481 Band A areas in Nigeria with over 20 hours of electricity supply per day has been released by the Federal Government.

The Nigeria Police Force have neutralized five suspected bandits and rescued 100 victims in Katsina State.

The Federal Road Safety Corps has warned motorists as a crash occurred on the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos.

Wike has given an update on the Abuja Rail Mass Transit project, stating that it is 97% ready.

A attack in central Nigeria has resulted in the death of 25 people.

Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has been fined N200 million for wrongfully billing customers after the recent electricity tariff hike.

Wike has described the Abuja Rail Mass Transit project as a "dream come true".

The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Sheriff Oborevwori, has expressed pain over the Okuama/Okoloba crisis in the state.

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency has issued a heat advisory and thunderstorm warning across the country for Saturday.

The Vice President of the ECOWAS Parliament, Senator Barau Jibrin, has presided over the parliament as the Acting Speaker.

Pastor Enoch Adeboye has warned critics that his God is a consuming fire.

Wike has announced that the Abuja Rail Mass Transit project is 97% ready.

The Commander of the Ondo State Security Network Agency, Amotekun Corps, has stated that state police is the solution to the country's criminality and banditry.

The Minister of Power has stated that the federal government is still subsidizing power to poor Nigerians by 85% despite the recent tariff hike.

Nigeria is seeking to try Binance executives over alleged money laundering and tax evasion.

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has appointed a new coordinator in Yobe State.

The Lagos State Government has warned supermarkets and grocery stores against hiding product price tags.

An investigation has been launched to determine whose interest the Mine Action Authority of MINUSCA is serving in the Central African Republic.

The National Working Committee of the PDP has rejected a circulating caretaker committee list, while Fubara has maintained his stance.

Benue State is set to conduct local government elections on July 6.

A top government official in Kogi State has collapsed and died.

Microsoft projects that AI will power a $1.2 trillion African boom.

Stakeholders have called for multi-level engagements to rebuild trust in institutions and the election process.

The Senate and Senator Bala Ibn Na'Allah are in a tussle over the suspension of Senator Ali Ndume.

The Yobe State Government has commended the World Health Organization for its intervention and support in the fight against meningitis.

The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) has downgraded some areas from Band A due to electricity supply inconsistencies.

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency and the LIFE-ND project have trained 100 farmers in Abia State on weather prediction.

El Rufai is preparing to fight Tinubu in two courts, with details of the case yet to surface.

Former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, is facing fresh charges on Monday.

The Abuja Rail Mass Transit project is now 97% ready, according to Governor Wike.

The Lagos State Government is cracking down on supermarkets that do not have price tags on their products, and fines and shutdowns are looming.

The Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry has warned that the electricity tariff hike will stifle businesses.

1,000 internally displaced persons in Gombe State have benefitted from Japan-UNESCO interventions and peace building efforts.

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