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News Summary of March 3, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of March 3, 2024 in Nigeria
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Sadness is felt as a former Nigeria goalkeeper passes away at the age of 30. The news has led to mourning from various individuals, including Jose Peseiro.

Mrs Soludo has generously donated first aid boxes to promote health and safety in Anambra schools.

The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) has reimbursed depositors of 183 microfinance and mortgage banks that were previously closed.

The Governor of Abia State has called on the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) for assistance in tackling salary padding and the issue of ghost workers.

A report states that Nigeria will need N5.2 trillion in order to achieve full green energy by 2050, according to the Energy Commission.

In a promise to improve the power supply in Aba, Alex Otti pledges uninterrupted power supply for the city.

Environmental activists are urging Nigeria to delay Shell's sale of assets in a polluted region due to concerns over the environment.

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has revoked the licenses of 4,173 exchange bureaus due to regulatory breaches.

Nigeria has imposed a staggering $10 billion fine on Binance over its alleged impact on the forex crisis in the country.

The CBN has suspended the licenses of 4,173 Bureau De Change (BDC) operators over regulatory breaches.

NiBUCAA is providing free HIV testing services to the public.

The Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has approved the Abuja Infrastructure Investment Expo to take place in the state.

The Alake of Egbaland has pledged to provide data to aid Qatari businessmen who are interested in investing in Nigerian lithium.

The Nigerian Customs Service has seized N5.3 billion and N152 million from smugglers and importers in Rivers State and other areas.

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has welcomed the acquittal of Nigerian journalists Gidado Yushau and Alfred Olufemi and called for legal reform in the country.

Advocacy groups are calling for a halt to Shell's planned exit from Nigeria, citing concerns over the impact it may have.

Access Holdings Plc has announced the death of its CEO, Dr. Herbert Wigwe.

The Delta State government has expressed empathy with the plight of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) protesters.

Arqaab has confirmed that the trans-Saharan gas pipeline project is currently in the reactivation phase.

A Nigerian researcher, Dr. Kpolovie, has won a global science award.

The late actor Mr. Ibu's passing has led to mourning from various political figures in Nigeria.

The Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, claims that Abuja has been transformed into a construction site.

British Council Nigeria has raised the fees for the IELTS exam to N266,000.

Jose Peseiro has resigned as the coach of the Nigeria national team.

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has conducted airstrikes to destroy illegal refining sites in Rivers State.

Wike has pledged to make a significant impact on development as the Federal Capital Territory Minister.

The First Lady of Ekiti State is empowering youths through the production of Adire fabrics.

The MTNN and BUA have caused the Nigerian Stock Exchange to decline by N672 billion.

NiMet has predicted haziness and thunderstorms for the next three days.

The Delta State Speaker has applauded the meritorious award given to Tompolo by the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ).

The Plateau State Coordinator of the National Orientation Agency (NOA) hopes to see a united and prosperous Plateau state.

Harvard Business School has launched a case study on the Tony Elumelu Foundation in Liberia.

The N15 billion residence of Vice President Shettima is expected to be ready by May, according to Governor Wike.

As part of his campaign promises, Alex Otti has vowed to provide uninterrupted power supply for Aba.

Shehu Sani warns that Tinubu should prevent the upcoming protests related to the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) strike.

Rivers United has secured a spot in the quarterfinals of the Confederation Cup by defeating Dreams FC.

Tinubu has appointed a new management team for the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) Power Company.

Various individuals, including Sunday Dare, Obaseki, and Runsewe, have been recognized at the 4th Sportsville Awards.

Tech4Dev's Women Techsters Initiative is helping bridge the gender gap in the tech industry in Africa.

The Nigerian Customs Service has intercepted contraband worth N5.5 billion in Owerri.

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