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News Summary of February 28, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of February 28, 2024 in Nigeria
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1. The price of rice in Nigeria has increased by 98% in just one year, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).

2. A building collapse in Nigeria results in the death of six people.

3. The corpse of abducted Ned Nwoko's aide, Barr. Chris Agidy, is recovered in Nigeria.

4. Four people die and 11 are rescued after a boat capsizes in Nigeria.

5. Governor Wike reassures the British envoy that Abuja is safe in Nigeria.

6. The death toll rises and a fresh corpse is recovered following a boat mishap in Ikorodu, Nigeria.

7. Environmental activists are urging Nigeria to delay Shell's sale of assets in a polluted region due to environmental concerns.

8. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) explains why they introduced the same codes for 224 million active mobile lines.

9. The sale of Shell's $2.4 billion assets in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria is being urged to be delayed by activists due to pollution concerns.

10. A building collapse in Nigeria results in the death of six people.

11. Nigeria's stock market experiences a 1.27% drop as investors seek better yields after the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) rate hike.

12. The Nigeria Customs Service partners with the European Union (EU) for export monitoring and trade facilitation.

13. The FCT Kidnap Kingpin, responsible for killing Ned Nwoko's aide, is arrested by the police in Nigeria.

14. Union workers in Nigeria go on a nationwide strike to protest against soaring inflation and unmet promises.

15. The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) announces that meter upgrades are free of charge.

16. Lagos is featured in a new sci-fi series on Disney+.

17. A fatal building collapse occurs in Nigeria.

18. Four people die in a boat capsizing incident in Nigeria.

19. The Nigeria Meteorological Agency (NiMet) predicts three days of sunshine and thunderstorms starting from Wednesday.

20. Activists call for a delay in Shell's $2.4 billion sale of assets in the heavily polluted Niger Delta region of Nigeria.

21. The Nigeria Customs Service generates N16 billion daily from the Apapa Port.

22. Governor Alia establishes Judicial Commissions to investigate the Ortom case in Nigeria.

23. Union workers in Nigeria embark on a nationwide strike due to soaring inflation and unmet promises.

24. Nigeria's central bank raises interest rates to 22.75%.

25. The Nigeria Tobacco Control Alliance (NTCA) expresses dismay over the low allocation of funds for cancer and tobacco-related disease control in the 2024 budget.

26. Power outages in parts of the FCT, Nigeria are attributed to a faulty feeder by the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC).

27. At least 15 Catholic worshippers are killed in an attack during a service in northern Burkina Faso.

28. Union workers in Nigeria go on a nationwide strike in response to soaring inflation and unmet promises.

29. The NTCA urges the Nigerian government to close the funding gap for tobacco control.

30. NiMet collaborates with a UK-based consultancy to address key strategic areas.

31. A list of states in Nigeria that will experience thunderstorms from Wednesday is released.

32. Governor Wike meets with the British High Commissioner and discusses the priorities of his administration, including security, agriculture, and job creation.

33. A call for the resignation of the President in Nigeria.

34. Activists urge Nigeria to delay Shell's sale of assets in a polluted region due to environmental concerns.

35. Governor Wike meets with the British High Commissioner and highlights the prioritization of security, agriculture, and job creation in the FCT, Nigeria.

36. The Police Games are expected to boost economic activities in Nigeria.

37. The claim that the Nigerian government has recruited 2,497 doctors and Tinubu has released N50 billion to address the manpower shortage.

38. Premium stocks experience significant sell-offs as investors respond to the outcome of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting.

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