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News Summary of April 10, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of April 10, 2024 in Nigeria
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A group has expressed its support for former Benue State Governor Gabriel Suswam in his bid to become the national chairman of the People's Democratic Party (PDP).

Another group is seeking the support of the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) to assist women in the country.

The House Minority PDP-led Caucus has disowned 60 opposition lawmakers.

D'banj, popularly known as Koko Master, celebrates 20 years on stage as a firm hails him.

Nigerian authors have assured the world writers that they will experience the vibrancy of the country.

The Nigeria Immigration Service boss has ordered an investigation into the alleged assault on a journalist and another person.

UBA has reported a 143% year-on-year increase in gross earnings, with a profit of N757.7 billion.

The Nigerian female football team, the Super Falcons, has qualified for the 2024 Olympics Games.

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) is empowering youths with entrepreneurship and employability skills.

Fubara has expressed concern about the deplorable conditions of primary education and healthcare system in Nigeria.

Suspended Minister Betta Edu issues a clarification on the EFCC investigation, stating that it is not related to N30 billion.

Nigeria's kidnapping crisis continues to worsen.

Erstwhile Edo Deputy Governor Philip Shaibu challenges his impeachment, calling it illegality.

IBEDC felicitates with Muslims and reiterates its commitment to quality service.

The Secretary of the Nigerian Inter-Religious Council (NIREC) felicitates with Muslims and seeks harmonious living.

Nigerian Permanent Residency approvals in Canada have dipped for the first time in 3 years, despite high immigration targets.

Muslims and Christians unite to move Nigeria forward.

Mutfwang celebrates the Muslim Ummah on the successful completion of the Ramadan fast.

The EFCC has recovered $24 million in an investigation into a suspended poverty minister in Nigeria.

The First Lady felicitates with the Muslim Ummah in Nigeria on Eid-el-Fitr.

The Kogi Head of Service felicitates with workers on Eid-el-Fitr.

Olaoba believes that music is a needed therapy for survival in Nigeria.

The agony of abductions continues to plague Nigeria 10 years after Chibok.

Abbas urges prayers and patriotism on Eid-el-Fitr.

Fubara states the intention to work with the FG to provide housing for Rivers' people.

The African Democratic Congress (ADC) knocks Tinubu and demands action in Nigeria's state of the nation.

The Nigerian government has recovered $24 million amid an ongoing investigation into a suspended poverty minister.

An analyst believes the new electricity tariff is a pro-poor initiative.

The General Officer Commanding (GOC) urges Nigerians to live peacefully on Eld-el-Fitr.

A newly-wedded wife scalds her husband with hot water for stopping her from calling other men.

Wike states that they are building a vibrant and resilient FCT on Eid-el-Fitr.

The crisis in Rivers State distracts business development and real governance, according to Membere-Otaji.

The Kebbi Governor urges Nigerians to sustain the lessons learnt during Eid-el-Fitr for peace and unity.

Senators express disappointment at the flagrant passage of three appropriation acts in one fiscal year.

PDP's preferred candidate to succeed Ayu as chairman emerges.

Indigenous livelihoods are at risk as a Dubai company's land deals in Africa raise concerns.

An analysis reveals how the selective electricity tariff officially stratified Nigeria.

Oyetola states the intention to adopt a new strategy to bolster Nigeria's economy through the blue economy.

NiMRA pledges to grow Nigeria's marketing research industry.

Navigating Nigeria's economic turbulence is possible through forward focus action.

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