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News Summary of March 23, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of March 23, 2024 in Nigeria
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Nigeria: Killers of Nigerian Soldiers Must Face Justice, Tinubu Tells Lawmakers - As the killings of Nigerian soldiers continue to rise, former Lagos State governor and All Progressives Congress (APC) national leader, Bola Tinubu, has called on lawmakers to ensure that the perpetrators face justice.

Casio leads way in advancing Logical Mathematics Education with scientific calculators in Nigeria - Casio, a leading global manufacturer of consumer electronics and business equipment solutions, is helping to advance Logical Mathematics Education (LME) in Nigeria through its range of scientific calculators.

We'll impound vehicles transporting human beings with animals - FRSC - The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has announced that it will impound vehicles found transporting human beings with animals. This is in a bid to ensure the safety and well-being of commuters and prevent accidents.

Obasanjo Commends Alex Otti for Ending 'Daylight Robbery' Governors' Pensions - Former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo, has commended Alex Otti, the governor of Abia State, for ending what he described as "daylight robbery" in the form of governors' pensions.

Greater Lokoja Water Works Will Soon Begin Operation - Kogi Water Resources Commissioner - The Greater Lokoja Water Works in Kogi State is set to begin operations soon, according to the state's Water Resources Commissioner. This is expected to provide clean and potable water to residents of the state.

"It Was The Most Barbaric Act That Has Ever Been Seen" - Wike Condemns Killing Of Soldiers In Delta - Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has condemned the killing of soldiers in Delta State, describing it as the most barbaric act ever seen. He called for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.

Nigeria's public debt reached N97trn in December 2023 - DMO - Nigeria's public debt reached N97 trillion in December 2023, according to the Debt Management Office (DMO). This represents a significant increase in the country's debt burden.

Trendupp Awards Return For A Fourth Edition. Nominations Now Open! - The Trendupp Awards, recognizing excellence in the Nigerian entertainment industry, are returning for a fourth edition. Nominations for various categories are now open.

Budget Padding: Enough Is Enough, We Will Not Allow You Tarnish Akpabio's Image - PANDEF Warns Ningi, Others - The Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) has warned Senator Abdul Ningi and others against tarnishing the image of Senator Godswill Akpabio over budget padding allegations. They vowed to protect Akpabio's reputation.

Land scam: Patronise registered surveyors, NIS advises Nigerians - The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS) has advised Nigerians to patronize registered surveyors to avoid falling victim to land scams. They emphasized the importance of engaging professionals to ensure proper documentation and legality of land transactions.

Federal Civil Service Commission to Launch Online Recruitment Portal - The Federal Civil Service Commission is set to launch an online recruitment portal. This move is aimed at improving the efficiency and transparency of the recruitment process.

Alia implores TATC to ensure peace in Benue - The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has implored the Terrorism Acts Taking Control (TATC) to ensure peace and security in Benue State. This comes as part of efforts to combat insecurity in the country.

Pensioners debunk protest threat over non-payment of N25,000 wage award - Pensioners in Nigeria have debunked threats of protest over the non-payment of a N25,000 wage award. They expressed confidence in the government's commitment to honoring the award.

No Plans To Protest Over N25,000 Wage Award - Pensioners - Nigerian pensioners have denied plans to protest over the non-payment of a N25,000 wage award. They reassured the government that they have no intentions of causing any disruption.

Wike assures CDS of FCTA's support to curb insecurity - Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has assured the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) of the Federal Capital Territory Administration's (FCTA) support in curbing insecurity. He pledged to work closely with security agencies to maintain peace and security in the state.

Ekiti Assembly applauds Gov. Oyebanji for prioritizing workers' welfare - The Ekiti State House of Assembly has applauded Governor Oyebanji for prioritizing the welfare of workers in the state. They commended his efforts in ensuring prompt payment of salaries and benefits.

We'll impound vehicles transporting human beings with animals - FRSC - The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has announced that it will impound vehicles found transporting human beings with animals. This is in a bid to ensure the safety and well-being of commuters and prevent accidents.

Suspected gunmen kill 21 in central Nigeria attack: local media - Suspected gunmen have killed 21 people in a central Nigeria attack, according to local media reports. The attack has further heightened concerns about security in the country.

Insecurity: CDS Musa meets Wike, foreign affairs minister, details emerge - The Chief of Defence Staff, General Lucky Musa, has met with Governor Nyesom Wike and the Minister of Foreign Affairs to discuss security concerns in the country. Details of the meeting have not been disclosed.

Wike To Buy Drones, Build Rapid Response Centre To Boost Security In FCT - Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has announced plans to procure drones and build a rapid response centre to enhance security in the Federal Capital Territory. This move is aimed at curbing the rise in insecurity.

Massive Fish Caught In Idu, ONELGA, Rivers State During Fishing Festival (Photos) - A massive fish was caught during a fishing festival in Idu, ONELGA, Rivers State. The catch has attracted attention and excitement among the fishermen and residents.

Troops Recover Decomposing Heart, Weapons Of Slain Soldiers In Delta Community - Urhobo Today - Troops have recovered a decomposing heart and weapons belonging to slain soldiers in a Delta community. The discovery further highlights the brutality of the attack.

Nigeria: Naira Gains 10 Percent to N1,382/$ After CBN Clears Forex Backlog - The Nigerian Naira has gained 10 percent against the US dollar following the Central Bank of Nigeria's clearance of the forex backlog. This is expected to stabilize the currency and improve the economy.

Nigeriyada Lassa qızdırmasından ölənlərin sayı artmaqda davam edir - The number of deaths from Lassa fever in Nigeria continues to rise, according to reports. The outbreak of the disease has caused concern among health officials.

World News | Casio Leads Way in Advancing Logical Mathematics Education with Scientific Calculators in Nigeria - Casio is taking the lead in advancing Logical Mathematics Education (LME) in Nigeria through its range of scientific calculators. The company aims to enhance mathematical proficiency among students.

Nigeria: 'Don't Shield Killers of Military Personnel,' Delta Governor Warns Traditional Rulers - In response to the killing of soldiers in Delta State, the governor of the state has warned traditional rulers not to shield the perpetrators. He called for their cooperation in ensuring justice is served.

NFIU Confirms List Of 15 Terrorism Financiers In Nigeria - The Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) has confirmed a list of 15 individuals and organizations suspected of financing terrorism in Nigeria. This is part of efforts to combat terrorism and ensure the security of the country.

Les baleines remportent Ondo Finance (ONDO) suite à la dernière décision RWA de BlackRock Par Journal Du Token - Whales have won Ondo Finance (ONDO) following BlackRock's latest RWA decision. This development has significant implications for the financial market.

Hombres armados en Nigeria matan al menos a 21 personas y secuestran a otras, dicen residentes - Armed men in Nigeria have killed at least 21 people and abducted others, according to residents. The attack has escalated concerns about security in the country.

Two Nigerian students are killed and 23 injured in a stampede to get donated rice - In a tragic incident, two Nigerian students were killed and 23 others injured in a stampede to get donated rice.

AIRTEL AFRICA : NOTIFICATION OF TRANSACTION IN OWN SHARES - Airtel Africa has notified the public about a transaction involving its own shares. The details of the transaction have not been disclosed.

Lagos state govt announces traffic diversions at Ikeja - The Lagos State government has announced traffic diversions at Ikeja in a bid to ease traffic congestion. The diversions are expected to improve the flow of traffic in the area.

Man arrested for impersonating police PRO, Muyiwa Adejobi - A man has been arrested for impersonating the Police Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi. The suspect has been apprehended and will face legal consequences for his actions.

Abia's Governor Alex Otti Scraps Pensions for Governors' and Deputy Governors - Governor Alex Otti of Abia State has scrapped pensions for governors and deputy governors. This move is aimed at reducing the financial burden on the state and ensuring more equitable distribution of resources.

One Dead, Three Injured As Fire Guts Federal Varsity In Yobe - One person has been reported dead and three others injured in a fire incident at a Federal University in Yobe State. The cause of the fire is currently being investigated.

Obaseki breaks Ramadan fast with Otaru of Auchi - Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State has broken his Ramadan fast with the Otaru of Auchi. This is part of efforts to foster unity and religious harmony in the state.

Nigeria's public debt reached N97trn in December 2023 - DMO - Nigeria's public debt reached N97 trillion in December 2023, according to the Debt Management Office (DMO). This represents a significant increase in the country's debt burden.

Nigeria gives businesses four years to adopt eco-friendly reporting standards - The Nigerian government has given businesses a four-year deadline to adopt eco-friendly reporting standards. This move is aimed at promoting sustainable practices and reducing the environmental impact of businesses.

Two Nigerian students are killed and 23 injured in a stampede to... - In a tragic incident, two Nigerian students were killed and 23 others injured in a stampede to get donated rice.

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