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News Summary of May 18, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of May 18, 2024 in Nigeria
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Tony Elumelu's move to implement a company-wide pay rise at Heirs Holdings is set to boost employee standards in the insurance industry.

The College of Education in Benue is set to launch the Centre for Entrepreneurship, Free Enterprise, and Technical Education Development (CEFTED) to promote manpower development and raise funds.

The Oyo State Road Traffic Management Authority (OYRTMA) is set to clamp down on tricyclists operating without a permit and those with defaced windscreens.

Nigerian fashion brand Tsamzz is set to redefine the fashion industry in Nigeria with its unique designs and styles.

The Invictus Games have been helping injured soldiers recover and reintegrate into society.

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) has trained farmers and food processors in Ibadan on biofortified crops to promote food security in Nigeria.

Chicken Republic is celebrating 20 years of flavor, innovation, and community with a month-long celebration.

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Limited (NNPCL) has denied reports of a fire incident at their depot.

Airtel Nigeria has emerged as the best in financial reporting at the ICAN-NGX Awards.

A director at Binance has been denied bail in Nigeria.

Laerryblue Media has been recognized as Nigeria's best PR agency for top brand partnerships.

The Association of Small Scale Industries of Nigeria has raised concerns that the new electricity tariff will negatively impact the small scale sector.

A man was rescued after falling into the Lagos Lagoon from the Falomo Bridge.

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has partnered with TVC to disseminate weather and climate information to the public.

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has linked the Dana Air runway incident to a landing gear malfunction.

The Nigerian Exchange (NGX) has listed 402 million shares of Cadbury Nigeria worth N7.036 billion.

The Kogi State Government has affirmed its commitment to winning the war against insecurity in the state.

Nigerian entrepreneurs express fears of debt and doubts following NELFUND's announcement of portal opening.

An oil marketer, Aleem Olaitan, has been cleared of $100,000 fraud.

The National Judicial Council (NJC) has axed three judges and appointed Wike's wife and 21 others to the appeal court.

The Trust Fund has declared the Maltina Teacher of the Year open for nominations.

Saltlove accuses the APC government of exhibiting gross insincerity in carrying out its constitutional roles regarding the hike in electricity tariff.

A director at Binance has been denied bail in Nigeria.

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, asserts that he is not distracted by Rivers politics.

NiMet and TVC are set to promote weather and climate information dissemination.

The Imo State Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC) celebrates its 40th anniversary.

The Arewa Youth Consultative Forum affirms the credibility of INEC following Peter Obi's comments.

A hepatitis E outbreak in Chad raises concerns about the spread and treatment of the dangerous liver disease.

A fire incident occurred at a new NNPC terminal tank farm in Lagos.

Police have deployed officers as soldiers and traders clash in an Abuja market.

The Lagos Fire Service clarifies that the fire incident occurred at a Honeywell depot, not the NNPC farm tank.

The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) stakeholders are set to nominate TC chairmen and education secretaries in Anambra.

Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, highlights how the state's economy has grown from $10bn to over $26bn in seven years.

NHS advocates regular high blood pressure checks for early detection of hypertension.

The Kwara State Government announces plans to hold local government elections in September.

PDP chieftain Kalu supports Fubara's plan to probe Wike's regime in Rivers State.

Witnesses admit to not discussing kidney donation with Alliance hospital staff in a case involving alleged organ trafficking.

The FCT is set to commence a week-long projects commissioning.

No lives were lost in a building collapse in Niger state, according to NSEMA.

A man mistakenly falls into the Lagos Lagoon, according to LASEMA.

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