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News Summary of April 19, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of April 19, 2024 in Nigeria
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Lagos, Nigeria's "city of dreams," is a popular destination for travelers looking to explore the vibrant culture and business opportunities in the country.

The Nigerian military has reportedly killed 192 suspected terrorists in one week as part of ongoing efforts to combat insurgency in the country.

Witnesses have claimed that an airstrike in Nigeria killed 33 villagers during the Eid celebrations.

Nigeria's foreign exchange reserves have continued to decrease, reaching $31.12 billion.

Traders in Nigeria have expressed support for the government's Traders Support Scheme, with the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly commending the efforts of the Agboyi-Ketu Council Chair.

The importance of accountants in Nigeria's digital economy has been stressed by Gbenga, a prominent figure in the financial industry.

A court in Nigeria has dismissed a suit filed by senior lawyers challenging the appointment of judges in Kogi.

As the 2024 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Examination (UTME) begins today in Nigeria, an expert has shared that the use of calculators is now allowed.

Nigeria and Cameroon have signed a pact aimed at protecting wildlife in the two countries.

Seplat Energy, a company listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, celebrated a decade of dual listing with a bell-ringing ceremony.

The National Enterprise for Development (NELFUND) in Nigeria has announced plans to link beneficiaries of student loans with recruitment agencies in order to enhance job opportunities.

The acting national chairman of the People's Democratic Party (PDP), Damagum, has retained his position at the party's National Executive Committee.

It has been announced that the National Identification Number (NIN) and Bank Verification Number (BVN) are now mandatory requirements for student loans in Nigeria.

The World Bank Group and the African Export-Import Bank (Afrexim) have partnered to connect 300 million Africans to electricity by 2030.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has revealed its choice for the party's national chairman, following the purported suspension of Governor Ganduje.

The Commissioner of Education in Oyo State, Nigeria, is monitoring the ongoing 2024 JAMB UTME examination.

A recent report by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has highlighted the need for reform to address the global sovereign debt crisis.

The Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) has created over 400,000 jobs through interventions in sectors such as health and agriculture.

The trial of Binance and its executives for tax evasion in Nigeria has been adjourned to May 17.

The police personnel protecting Yahaya Bello, Governor of Kogi State, have been withdrawn amidst an ongoing EFCC siege.

The Association of Senior Traditional Practitioners of Africa (ASTPA) has hailed the committee responsible for organizing a befitting funeral for Ezeife in Abuja.

The Nigerian military has reportedly killed 192 suspected terrorists in one week as part of ongoing efforts to combat insurgency in the country.

The Dangote Refinery in Nigeria has announced a significant reduction in the price of diesel to N1,000 per liter.

The Ogun State Government in Nigeria has announced the opening of applications for its Gateway Skills Program 2024, offering comprehensive upskilling for youths and SMEs.

A Chibok girl who was kidnapped by Boko Haram has been rescued after 10 years in captivity.

Nigeria is set to acquire 24 fighter jets from Italy's Leonardo.

As part of efforts to overhaul Nigeria's education sector, Bola Tinubu has ordered a census of schools in the country.

Nigeria expects to receive the first batch of Leonardo M-346 fighter jets this year.

The candidate for the upcoming Ondo State Governorship election, Akinterinwa, has expressed confidence in his chances of victory.

There are rising concerns in Bauchi State amidst rapid change and the need for effective governance.

The House Committee on Revenue Boost Initiative in Nigeria is collaborating with stakeholders to enhance income streams.

The Bassa community in Nigeria has applauded Governor Sule for the efforts of the Reconciliation Committee.

A bandit leader in Zamfara has called for peace following a military onslaught in the region.

A Nigerian chess champion is attempting to break the world record for the longest chess marathon.

Lessons from Africa and Asia can provide insights on how to combat Nigeria's food crisis.

Police in India have traced the raw materials used in a meth lab bust to Delhi and Haryana.

The EFCC is facing backlash for alleged breach of court orders in relation to Governor Yahaya Bello.

Ajayi, a prominent figure in Nigerian basketball, has called for alternative plans to support Nigerian basketballers.

Napoli has awarded scholarships to refugee students in Italy.

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