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News Summary of June 29, 2023 in Nigeria

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News Summary of June 29, 2023 in Nigeria
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Nigeria's Data Protection Commission (DPC) has declared the Central Bank of Nigeria's (CBN) recent request for individuals' social media information as illegal. The DPC stated that the request violates data privacy laws and urged the CBN to engage in proper dialogue

A group has called on former Lagos State Governor, Bola Tinubu, to appoint a new Auditor General of the Federation. The group believes that Tinubu’s appointment would boost transparency and accountability in the country's financial management

Senators from minority parties have vowed to resist former Vice President Atiku Abubakar's move to impose Governor Aminu Tambuwal as Senate president. The senators argue that the decision should be based on the autonomy and choice of senators rather than external influence

Senator Rasheed Ladoja has defended the "tough decisions" made by Bola Tinubu, praising his leadership skills. Ladoja believes that Tinubu's abilities make him well-suited for the presidency

VP Shettima made an appearance in Borno state on Sallah day, celebrating Eid-el-Kabir with residents. He emphasized the importance of unity and peaceful coexistence in the state

Senator Buruji Kashamu celebrated Sallah with his constituents, distributing cash and food items as gifts. He expressed gratitude to God and urged his constituents to embrace peace and unity

The Data Protection Commission (DPC) stated that it is engaging with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) regarding the archiving of customers' social media handles. The DPC maintains that the CBN's directive in this regard is illegal

The Presidency has criticized the opposition party, PDP, for lacking the courage to take decisive actions like Bola Tinubu. The Presidency believes that Tinubu's recent actions illustrate his leadership qualities

The Ebonyi State chapter of the PDP has accused the APC of attacking its witnesses in the ongoing tribunal case. The party has called on security agencies to intervene and ensure the safety of its witnesses

FirstBank has introduced a humanoid robot to engage with customers. The robot, named "Zara," aims to enhance customer experience and improve service delivery

Senator Rasheed Ladoja has expressed optimism about a brighter and more prosperous Nigeria under the presidency of Bola Tinubu. He believes that Tinubu will address several issues that have been neglected by the current administration

Senator Basiru has shed light on the drama involving Governor Adeleke during the Eid prayer in Osun state. He explained that the seat in question was reserved for the governor, who arrived late, and was eventually given another seat

A UK-based Nigerian woman has won the prestigious Cheshire Woman Award for her charity work. The award recognizes her outstanding contributions to the community

A group has commended the Acting Inspector General of Police for championing road safety in the country. The group believes that his efforts will lead to a safer and more secure society

The Data Protection Commission (DPC) has stated that the CBN's directive on customers' social media handles is illegal. The DPC called on the CBN to engage in proper dialogue and abide by data privacy laws

Senator Rasheed Ladoja believes that President Tinubu is addressing issues that have been ignored by the current administration. He commends Tinubu's leadership skills and willingness to take decisive action

Manufacturers in Nigeria have expressed concerns about the potential spiral effects on the economy of any hike in electricity tariffs. They believe that such a move would increase the cost of production and further strain the economy

PalmPay, a digital payment platform, is celebrating a milestone of 25 million users. The platform aims to digitize merchant payments and improve financial inclusion

Speaker Oborevwori has celebrated the Dein of Agbor on his 46th birthday. He commended the Dein for his leadership and contributions to the community

The Chairman of the Tinubu/Shettima Support Group has been accused of embezzling N65 million in campaign funds. The case is being investigated by relevant authorities

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