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News Summary of July 4, 2023 in Nigeria

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News Summary of July 4, 2023 in Nigeria
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Nigeria is targeting informal traders in an effort to boost tax revenue. The government aims to tax millions of traders who currently operate in the informal sector.

Police in Gombe have killed a suspected armed robber in a gun duel and arrested three individuals. Six others are currently on the run.

Nigeria is expected to save $28 billion after ending fuel subsidies. The country recently removed subsidies on petrol, which is expected to result in significant savings.

A court has nullified the expulsion of Chimaroke Nnamani from the People's Democratic Party (PDP). Nnamani was expelled from the party, but the court has ruled the expulsion invalid.

The police in Ondo state have paraded the suspected gang leader involved in the abduction of an Imam. The suspect was arrested along with several other individuals.

The Anambra state government is investigating claims of a fake top scorer in the 2023 UTME. Ejikeme Nmesoma is alleged to have manipulated the results of the exam.

Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has thanked the people of Edo and his friends for their donations to vulnerable individuals. He also praised their efforts in a recent cleanup exercise.

A building has collapsed in Nigeria's capital, trapping several individuals under the debris. Rescue efforts are underway to save those trapped.

A senator has joined calls for amnesty for bandits, believing it could help bring about peace in the country. The senator believes that dialogue and negotiations are necessary for a lasting solution.

Dr. Samuel Kwarra has called for the creation of opportunities that empower women and girls for a secure future. Kwarra believes that empowering women is crucial for development.

The Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) has commissioned borehole facilities in Lagos schools as part of its intervention in host communities.

The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lagbaja, has vowed to motivate troops to meet the yearnings of Nigerians. He promises to support and uplift the spirits of the troops.

Abia State Governor, Alex Otti, has unveiled a digital tax collection system for transporters and traders in the state. The system aims to improve tax collection efficiency.

Nigerian experts have weighed in on the recent visit of the Chinese Navy to Nigeria. The experts analyze the implications and potential benefits of the visit.

The renewal of car proof of ownership is deemed retrogressive and ill-conceived by Oladimeji Oyedele. He believes it adds unnecessary bureaucratic processes.

A fresh twist has emerged in the alleged rigging of elections, as the tribunal admits a report from the European Union faulting Tinubu's election.

Nigerian experts have shared their thoughts on the Chinese Navy's recent visit to Nigeria. They analyze the potential implications and benefits of the visit.

The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS), and other stakeholders have honored late Otunba Olasubomi Balogun.

The tribunal in Ogun has criticized the PDP for a blunder and granted prayers for a thorough scrutiny of the tendered documents.

The Oyo State Health Insurance Agency (OYSHIA) has welcomed a partnership with the University College Hospital (UCH) on research. The partnership aims to enhance healthcare services in the state.

A PDP chieftain reveals why Bola Tinubu will be Nigeria's first president to be removed from office. The chieftain believes Tinubu's overbearing influence will lead to his removal.

The Delta State House of Assembly has approved the request of Speaker Oborevwori for the appointment of 20 special advisers.

The FCT Administration has threatened to withhold overheads of Social Development Secretariats (SDAs) over failure to comply with standard operating procedures.

The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) has collaborated with stakeholders to honor the late founder of FCMB, Otunba Olasubomi Balogun.

Decklar Resources has successfully moved 55,000 barrels of crude oil to the Edo Refinery. This marks a significant step in the development of the refinery.

Channels TV's Akeredolu-Ale has been appointed as the Managing Director of the Enugu State Broadcasting Service by Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi.

The Nigerian naira has fallen to new lows in the forwards market. The currency continues to face significant challenges and depreciation.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released a statement addressing the controversy surrounding Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma's UTME result.

Yiaga Africa is offering a $20,000 prize for the best performing legislators under 35 years old. The initiative aims to recognize and encourage young legislators.

The Nigeria Schools Sports Federation has appointed Yemi Idowu as patron. Idowu's appointment aims to enhance the development of sports in schools.

Prof Is'haq Oloyede and JAMB have previously busted candidates allegedly manipulating results, including Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma.

Nigerians are warned about scam messages advertising birth registration jobs. These messages are aimed at defrauding unsuspecting individuals.

Ajose-Adeogun, the pioneer Federal Capital Territory Minister, has passed away at the age of 96.

Health workers in trouble as the governor catches them selling free medicine to patients at a state hospital.

Gombe State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) cautions against dumping waste in drainages to prevent flooding.

Nigeria is expected to save $28 billion following the removal of fuel subsidies.

A measure in the U.S. is seeking to ban products containing minerals mined with child labor in Congo.

The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) and the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) pay homage to the late Otunba Subomi Balogun.

Mr. Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma's father claims that the new score released by JAMB is not his daughter's UTME result and calls for a forensic investigation.

Ezekwesili has called the JAMB Registrar, demanding a forensic investigation into the UTME results of Mmesoma Ejikeme.

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