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News Summary of February 26, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of February 26, 2024 in Nigeria
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Ibadan trade fair: Gov Makinde assures yearly exhibition

The Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde, has assured that the Ibadan trade fair will be held annually to boost economic activities in the state. He made this statement at the opening ceremony of the fair, which is aimed at showcasing the potentials of businesses in the state.

NSITF Lauded For Quality Service Delivery

The Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) has been praised for its commitment to quality service delivery. This commendation was made by the Chairman of the House Committee on Labour, who stated that the organization has been able to effectively carry out its mandate of providing social security to workers in the country.

West African bloc lifts sanctions on junta-led Niger - The Fiji Times

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has lifted sanctions on Niger, which was imposed after a military coup in the country. The lifting of the sanctions is seen as a positive step towards restoring normalcy and stability in the country.

We have successfully cut over to new vending system -- EEDC

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) has announced that it has successfully transitioned to a new vending system. This new system is aimed at improving service delivery and ensuring a seamless process for customers to purchase electricity units.

Nadace Vantage Foundation a The IREDE Foundation zahájily spolupráci na podporu dětí po amputaci v Nigérii -

The Nadace Vantage Foundation and The IREDE Foundation have announced a collaboration to support children with amputations in Nigeria. This partnership will focus on providing prosthetic limbs and rehabilitation services to these children, giving them a chance to live a better life.

At least 15 Catholic worshippers were killed in an attack during a service in northern Burkina Faso

Tragedy struck in Burkina Faso as at least 15 Catholic worshippers were killed during an attack on a church service. This is another unfortunate incident in the ongoing violence and instability in the northern region of the country. Security forces are working to investigate and bring the perpetrators to justice.

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