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News Summary of February 5, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of February 5, 2024 in Nigeria
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The Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) has announced that action will not return for another two weeks.

The 70th birthday celebration of a female cleric in Ibadan was graced by the wives of the Ekiti Governor and the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

The Commissioner for Works in Kogi State has urged staff members to enhance their service delivery and be proactive.

Shell has agreed to develop a gas field in Nigeria for the Dangote fertiliser project.

There was tension in Lagos schools as the police clashed with cult groups.

A protest took place in Minna over the high cost of living in Nigeria.

A man who prevented ballot snatching during the Kaduna rerun election was stabbed to death.

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) bombed terrorists' hideouts in Katsina, while ground troops eliminated scores of terrorists.

The Labour Party has denied receiving N50 million from the Governor of Anambra State to help its candidate defeat the APC in a bye-election in Benue State.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX) saw an increase of N1.12 trillion, bringing its value to N57 trillion.

Rescued Ekiti school pupils and teachers visited the hospital and were met by Oyebanji.

The NAF neutralized scores of terrorists in Katsina through air and ground operations.

Armed men reportedly abducted at least 30 women in northern Nigeria.

Fr Mbaka sent a message to Tinubu, warning politicians that they are not safe.

A new Grammy category for the best African music performance has been introduced, showcasing the global appeal of African music.

The NIES 2024 global energy summit has unveiled its esteemed lineup of speakers.

The Edo State PDP commended the National Working Committee (NWC) for a peaceful delegate election.

The Nigerian Immigration Service repatriated 18 irregular Cameroonian migrants from Benue State.

The Super Eagles are set to face Bafana Bafana in the Africa Cup of Nations semi-final clash.

Banking index lost 4.52% as investors staked N95 billion in equities.

Kidnapped Nigerian students and teachers have been freed.

The Nigeria Wrestling Federation celebrated Igali on his birthday.

The NCAA threatened to sanction airlines for flight disruptions.

The Nigerian Immigration Service repatriated 18 irregular Cameroonian migrants from Benue State.

The FG and states' debts are near N107 trillion as the naira falls and raises loans.

The NSITF has been lauded by NECA for its innovations and reforms.

Martins Oloja writes about Abuja, Tinubu, and the Northern elite.

Suspected cultists shot three youths dead in an Urhobo community.

An expert speaks on Tinubu's government mulling a yearly review of the secondary education curriculum.

Investing in economic power by women, with women, and for women is discussed.

A pregnant woman killed her mother over plantain in Rivers State.

Tinubu is set to address NIES 2024, with the summit organizers unveiling the speakers.

Oyebanji vows to apprehend the abductors of the rescued Ekiti pupils and teachers.

Nigeria and the Global Fund have launched new grants to reinforce progress against HIV, TB, and malaria.

Governor Wike is addressing rural basic amenities to tackle insecurity in Rivers State.

Otti warns an Abia community not to frustrate contractors working on the Okai-Akaeze rural road project.

Commissioner Yusuf charges civil servants in Kogi State to be proactive.

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