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News Summary of September 6, 2023 in Nigeria

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News Summary of September 6, 2023 in Nigeria
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Gov. Alia's first 100 days in office have been marked by a strained relationship with the media, as she has been accused of avoiding press conferences and limiting access to information.

The WAFFEST food festival was a success, attracting over 500 chefs and other professionals from the food industry.

The election tribunal has given its verdict on Atiku's claims of Guinean citizenship and a drug case against Tinubu. The tribunal ruling has yet to be made public.

The stock market has seen a 30 billion increase ahead of the election tribunal's ruling.

The Labour Party has rejected the election tribunal's judgment.

The tribunal is set to determine the legality of the elections in Nigeria.

A Nigerian court has rejected Peter Obi's appeal.

Both Peter Obi and Atiku were absent as the tribunal delivered its final judgment.

Emefiele, the suspended CBN governor, denies siphoning money and denies any relation to the allegations against him.

The customs agency partners with NCCSALW to combat the proliferation of small arms.

The NYSC DG urges corps members to uphold patriotism.

The tribunal has given its verdict on Peter Obi's claim of FCT votes.

The PEPC dismisses Peter Obi's petition, resulting in another victory for Tinubu.

The National Emergency Management Agency has distributed relief materials to flood-affected persons in Osun State.

The Women Affairs Minister outlines priority areas for Nigeria.

Obi's LP rejects the tribunal's judgment and reveals their next step.

Bola Tinubu's election victory has survived a challenge from rivals.

The tribunal rules that Tinubu and Shettima cannot challenge Peter Obi's candidacy.

A prominent pastor who was arrested by the DSS releases a fresh prophecy, claiming it was all a set-up.

The PEPC dismisses the APM's petition, resulting in another victory for Tinubu.

The Nigerian election tribunal rejects the challenge to Tinubu's presidential win.

Sanwo-Olu congratulates Tinubu on his victory at the tribunal.

The NAPHARM AGM emphasizes the need for local production of API and charts a path for indigenous medicine manufacturing.

Eni workers shut down a Nigerian terminal to protest the sale of NAOC.

Nwizi hails Gov Nwifuru's achievements in his first 100 days in office.

The tribunal gives its verdict on electronic transmission of results.

The NLC warning strike has grounded economic activities in Kebbi.

The tribunal declares Delta South Senatorial polls inconclusive and orders a re-run in Warri South LGA.

Oborevwori tasks community newspaper publishers on Delta's unity.

The NNPP Crisis: Kwakwanso deserves 90% representation in NEC and NWC.

The PEPT strikes out some portions of Obi's claim of irregularities and corrupt practices.

A Nigerian tribunal confirms Tinubu's victory in the controversial elections.

Parts of the Southeast experience blackout due to the NLC warning strike.

Echocho faults the judgment of the Kogi Tribunal.

Gov Mbah provides 25m litres of water daily in Enugu in his first 100 days in office.

An activist commends Natasha Akpoti-Uduagha for buying a house for her nanny.

There is a setback for Atiku as the PEPC expunges key paragraphs of his petition against Tinubu.

The FG increases the price of electricity meters.

The tribunal takes action on PDP and Atiku's petitions questioning Tinubu's qualifications.

Arewa groups send an urgent message to President Tinubu over NNPCL boss Mele Kyari.

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