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News Summary of April 15, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of April 15, 2024 in Nigeria
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Customs Generates N66.9bn At PTML Command: The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) reportedly generated a total of N66.9 billion at the PTML Command for the first quarter of 2024. The Command made significant progress in its anti-smuggling operations, seizing various contraband items such as vehicles, rice, and other goods.

NCS Bolsters Collaboration With Benin Republic Customs Counterpart: The Nigeria Customs Service has strengthened its partnership with the Benin Republic Customs as part of efforts to enhance trade activities between both countries. The collaboration seeks to facilitate easy movement of goods and persons, while also addressing the challenges of smuggling.

UTME 2024: Full List of Items JAMB Candidates Must Not Take to Exam Venue: The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released a comprehensive list of items prohibited during the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for the year 2024. Candidates are advised to adhere to the guidelines to avoid sanctions.

Alleged $6b Fraud: Court Dismisses Agunloye's Application on "amicus curiae": A court in Nigeria has dismissed an application by Mr. Agunloye concerning the "amicus curiae" status in an alleged $6 billion fraud case. The court ruled that Agunloye's application lacked merit and should not be entertained.

Nigeria Customs Service Deepens Ties With Benin Republic to Facilitate Trade: The Nigeria Customs Service has intensified its collaboration with the Benin Republic Customs to boost trade activities between both countries. The partnership aims to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of customs operations, leading to improved trade outcomes.

Breaking: DSS Arrests APC Chieftain, Galadima, in Kaduna: The Department of State Services (DSS) has reportedly arrested an All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain, Mr. Galadima, in Kaduna. The reason for the arrest and further details are yet to be disclosed.

Nigeria's Grid Collapses Weeks After Tariffs Raised for Wealthier Consumers: Nigeria's power grid has suffered another collapse, causing power outage in various parts of the country. This comes just weeks after the government implemented an increase in electricity tariffs for wealthier consumers.

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Anyim Vera, a Young Police Officer's Journey and Pastor Eneche's Misguided Judgment: Where was the Holy Spirit?: An article discusses the journey of Officer Anyim Vera, a young police officer in Nigeria, and questions the judgment of Pastor Eneche in a recent sermon. The author raises concerns about the influence of religious leaders in society.

Nigeria, Benin Customs Meet To Amplify Trade Activities: Customs officials from Nigeria and Benin Republic have convened to enhance trade activities between both countries. The meeting seeks to address trade facilitation challenges and strengthen collaboration for mutual benefits.

Fugitive Binance Executive Traced to Kenya, Extradition Talks Underway with Nigeria: A fugitive executive from cryptocurrency exchange Binance has reportedly been traced to Kenya. Talks of extradition to Nigeria are said to be underway as part of efforts to bring him to justice for alleged financial crimes.

Alleged $6b Fraud: Court Dismisses Agunloye's Application on "amicus curiae" -- National Accord Newspaper: The National Accord Newspaper reports on the dismissal of Mr. Agunloye's application regarding the "amicus curiae" status in a $6 billion fraud case. The court ruled against the application, considering it without merit.

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