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News Summary of January 11, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of January 11, 2024 in Nigeria
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Victor Osimhen, a striker for Napoli, has criticized his agent for suggesting that he will leave the club. He called the agent "trash."

A funding consortium, including the IsDB, has allocated N4 billion for milk collection centers in Kano.

A BBC documentary about TB Joshua reveals shocking accounts of mistreatment of the late prophet's love child, Ajoke.

Former minister Agunloye has been remanded in Kuje centre by a court.

Valentine Ozigbo, a politician, has received a major endorsement ahead of his declaration for Anambra Governor.

Officials are reporting that at least 20 people may have died in a boat accident in Nigeria.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX) and the National Pension Commission (PenCom) plan to deepen participation of Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs) in equities with a pension index.

The Board of the Benue State Football Association has approved annual awards to be held in January and is asking Asisat Oshoala to honor Ordega.

Governor Wike has stated that he will never trust reports from civil servants during project inspections.

A court has adjourned a defamation suit to allow an ex-minister to testify via Zoom.

The BSFA Annual Merit Awards are scheduled for January 24, and football stakeholders are projecting for 2024.

The NGX All-Share Index has dropped by 1.4%, resulting in investors losing N638 billion.

A man has been arrested by the NSCDC for allegedly setting houses ablaze in Gombe.

The NSCDC has also arrested three suspected cattle rustlers in Jigawa.

The Kano State Government plans to spend N3.9 billion on milk collection centers.

Victor Osimhen is rumored to be considering a move to a team in Saudi Arabia.

The Islamic Bank and Fund are providing N3.9 billion for milk collection centers in Kano.

Investors have expressed concerns as the NGX commences 2024 with a loss of N638 billion.

Cadbury plans to issue additional share capital.

The Nigeria Customs Service has increased revenue by 21.4% to N3.206 trillion.

The BSFA Annual Merit Awards are slated for January 26.

A suspended Anambra traditional ruler has apologized to Soludo after being broken and humiliated.

The Central Bank of Nigeria has sacked the boards of three lenders due to regulatory failures.

An opinion writer discusses the need to unhook the NIPR from "Jacobinism."

The conflict between club and country continues as the Africa Cup of Nations begins.

The Borno Geographic Information Service has begun cracking down on land defaulters.

A political party claims that Peter Obi and Edeoga were the greatest casualties of electoral fraud in Nigeria.

Phrank Shaibu criticizes Tinubu, accusing him of focusing on politics instead of competence.

The Lagos Commissioner of Police has removed a DPO over the illegal detention of a lawyer.

The Delta State Government has presented a Certificate of Occupancy for 3,747 hectares of land to the Nigerian Navy.

Edo State Governor Obaseki has flagged off the construction of a 9.7km spare parts road.

At least 20 people are feared dead in a boat accident in Nigeria.

The National Broadcasting Commission has committed to the growth of the Nigerian business environment.

The Kano State SSG has returned from treatment in Saudi Arabia.

An opinion writer discusses the need to unhook the NIPR from "Jacobinism."

A change in trainers is expected to lift the women's football team of Ajax to a higher level.

The Lagos Internal Revenue Service has set a January 31 deadline for tax returns.

Governor Wike has expressed frustration with contractors over the poor state of the Abuja Metro rail.

Toke Alex-Ibru has been appointed CEO of The Guardian newspaper.

The Nigeria Customs Service has assured the FG of N5.079 trillion in revenue for 2024.

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