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News Summary of February 13, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of February 13, 2024 in Nigeria
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Nasarawa speaker has sworn in two lawmakers after their inauguration to the State House of Assembly.

NSIB and a U.S. agency are collaborating to investigate the cause of a recent crash.

OGFZA has partnered with NAQS and others to enhance trade facilitation and the agricultural economy in Nigeria.

Amotekun in Ondo has arrested 21 suspected kidnappers and 25 other individuals.

An Urhobo Monarch has urged Tinubu to address insecurity before it consumes Nigeria.

The NCAA has established a committee to address high airfares in Nigeria.

A LASTMA operative has been arrested for extorting motorists in Lagos.

The LP Chairperson is working on peace in Lagos.

Gunmen have killed a driver and abducted passengers in Ondo.

A suspected cultist was burnt alive by a mob in Uyo, Akwa state capital.

A PDP House of Reps candidate has been gunned down, leading to fresh tension.

Over 300 criminals have been arrested in Nigeria.

PDP governors warn of a potential crisis in Nigeria similar to Venezuela.

NBTE has granted full accreditation to NKFI to run a National Diploma in Kogi.

The ECOWAS has sent a diplomatic mission to Senegal for mediation.

The President of Côte d'Ivoire has rewarded the national football team with generous gifts.

Investors gain N101bn as the All Share Index inches up by 0.18%.

Customs intercepts elephant tusks worth N300m in Cross River.

NIMASA has started a gradual deployment of a floating dock for operations.

NSIA has launched the second edition prize for innovation worth $220,000.

Nigerian power companies have overbilled unmetered customers by N105 billion.

Customs and LFT promise efficient and seamless operations.

NSIA has unveiled the second edition prize worth US$222,000 for innovation.

Protests have erupted in an Urhobo community over the alleged release of a murder suspect by the police.

NDDC signs performance bond to facilitate regional master plan.

Nigeria experiences disappointment following the loss in the final of the African World Cup.

EEDC clarifies that the current poor power supply in the South-East is beyond its control.

A police inspector was killed and inmates fled as gunmen attacked an Imo Correctional Centre.

Chief Omirhobo urges Pastor Adeboye to stop misinforming Nigerians about spiritual problems.

The Midwifery Council believes that the new certificate verification guideline is in the interest of Nigeria.

The death of Wigwe is described as shocking and devastating by Oborevwori.

GSK shares have been delisted from the official list of the NGX.

Nigeria lavishes gifts on its football team, who were finalists in the African Cup.

Tinubu meets with labour leaders as NLC and TUC declare a strike.

The Ondo Electoral Commission postpones LG elections to July 13.

EEDC states that the current poor power supply in the South-East is beyond its powers.

Wike believes that the government needs to tax people in order to generate revenue.

Five individuals have been killed in a road accident in southwest Nigeria.

Access Holdings Plc appoints Bolaji Agbede as the acting Group CEO.

A high-level meeting will focus on President Tinubu's economic and social welfare transformation agenda.

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