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News Summary of July 22, 2023 in Nigeria

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News Summary of July 22, 2023 in Nigeria
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The FAME Foundation organized the national qualifiers for the Breakdance Championship in Kano and Kaduna.

The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Sheriff Oborevwori, called for the expansion of the tax net to include the informal sector.

A 34-year-old woman named Esther Ndarake was allegedly beaten to death by her 54-year-old lover in Calabar.

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) cautioned Nigerians against buying drugs from hawkers.

The Ibadan Circular Road Project is seen as a testament to Governor Seyi Makinde's commitment to developing Oyo State.

The Labour Party in FCT criticized President Tinubu's camp for their stance on securing 25% of FCT votes.

The Pan African Writers' Association (PAWA) honored President Muse Bihi Abdi of Somaliland for his literary contributions.

A political pundit expressed concern over Governor Ganduje's nomination for APC chairmanship, stating that it sends the wrong message.

Dakuku Peterside is scheduled to speak at an international bunker conference in Ghana.

NAFDAC condemned the use of carbide to ripen fruits, highlighting its health risks.

An indigenous firm raised concerns over insecurity, multiple taxation, and poor power supply in the Southeast region of Nigeria.

The Nigerian subsidiary of La Roche Posay hosted Nigerian dermatologists in France.

Angry youths in Delta set ablaze a vehicle belonging to a suspected Yahoo boy after he allegedly crushed a man to death.

Pastor Kumuyi encouraged Nigerian youths to be decisive, aspiring, and virtuous in order to succeed.

Nigeria has been in a Great Depression for an extended period of time.

A list of governors whose states have not implemented the N30,000 minimum wage has emerged.

Over 100 candidates have been banned from the JAMB admission exam due to malpractices.

Togo, Benin, and Niger owe Nigeria $18.29 million for their electricity consumption in 2022.

The Nasarawa State House of Assembly resolved its crisis and re-elected Balarabe as the Speaker.

The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reclassified Fidelity Bank Plc as a medium price stock.

The University of Lagos confirmed a historic 400% increase in tuition fees.

Bayelsa State has spent N35.898 billion on capital projects in a two-month period.

The Chief Judge of Lagos State freed 30 inmates.

Nigeria spends over $500 million on dairy imports annually, according to Governor Obaseki.

The Kogi State NLC urged the state government to ameliorate the hardship caused by the removal of fuel subsidy.

A photo was shared of Governor Akeredolu in a medical facility on his birthday.

The suspended Central Bank Governor, Emefiele, pleaded for self-recognizance bail.

A group urged Tinubu not to consider El-Rufai for a ministerial position due to alleged court cases.

IPOB terrorists allegedly fled as troops raided their enclave in Asaba forests.

There was a fresh twist at the tribunal as Obi revealed details of Tinubu's alleged drug trafficking case in a US court.

The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reclassified Fidelity Bank as a medium price stock.

Oyo State arrested and prosecuted 44 offenders for street trading.

The Nigerian president called for stronger military cooperation in Africa.

Edo Central will intensify negotiation to produce Governor Obaseki's successor in 2023.

The Enugu Court of Appeal dismissed a suit against Governor Mbah, dealing a blow to the APC.

The Sokoto State government engaged onion producers and marketers on export incentives.

A Made-In-Nigeria helicopter is set to debut soon.

Ebi Onome has become the first African footballer to play in six FIFA Women's World Cup tournaments.

The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Sheriff Oborevwori, called for the expansion of the tax net to include the informal sector.

Christians in Borno prayed for peace and rainfall in the region.

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