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News Summary of July 9, 2023 in Nigeria

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News Summary of July 9, 2023 in Nigeria
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Gunmen have killed 24 villagers in the latest attack in Nigeria's hard-hit north. The attack took place in an undisclosed village, and the motive behind the attack is not yet known. Security forces have been deployed to the area to ensure the safety of residents.

100 Anambra youths are set to conquer the digital frontier with the backing of VCO Foundation at Decagon. The foundation aims to empower young Nigerians by providing them with the necessary skills and resources to succeed in the digital world. Decagon, a leading tech talent accelerator, will provide training and mentorship to the selected youths.

A federal court has ordered former Nigerian presidents to account for the $5 billion Abacha loot. The court's decision came after a civil society group filed a lawsuit demanding transparency and accountability for the repatriated funds. The presidents will be required to provide detailed information about the use and whereabouts of the recovered funds.

Enugu police have recovered the bodies of suspected IPOB sit-at-home enforcers. The bodies were found in a remote area, and it is believed that the individuals were killed as a result of an internal conflict within the IPOB group. Investigations are ongoing to determine the exact circumstances surrounding their deaths.

Paragon Multi-Purpose Detergent has emerged as a shining star at the AFRIBIS 2023 Awards. The detergent brand was recognized for its outstanding performance and innovation in the industry. The award is a testament to the brand's commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.

The Oba of Lagos has condemned the film "Gangs of Lagos" as defamatory and sacrilegious. The film, which depicts the criminal underworld in Lagos, has been criticized for its portrayal of the city's culture and traditions. The Oba has called for the film to be banned and has urged the government to take action against its producers.

The Sokoto government is digging into land deals and asset sales that took place during Governor Tambuwal's tenure. The investigation aims to uncover any irregularities or corruption that may have taken place in these transactions. The government is committed to ensuring transparency and accountability in the management of public resources.

The Delta Election Tribunal has admitted evidence presented by Gbagi against Oborevwori and others. The evidence, which includes documents and testimonies, will be considered in the ongoing election petition case. The tribunal will thoroughly examine the evidence to determine its relevance and credibility.

Dr. Soludo has directed the school principal to release Mmesoma for counseling and psychotherapy. This follows the controversy surrounding Mmesoma's high JAMB score, which has raised concerns about her mental well-being. Dr. Soludo believes that counseling and therapy will help Mmesoma cope with the pressure and scrutiny she is facing.

The Mangu Local Government Chairman has imposed a 24-hour curfew in response to the killings in Plateau State. The curfew aims to restore law and order in the affected area and prevent further violence. Security forces have been deployed to enforce the curfew and ensure the safety of residents.

The shipments of smart home devices continue to decline. This trend is attributed to factors such as affordability issues, limited awareness, and concerns about privacy and security. Despite these challenges, industry experts remain optimistic about the future growth and adoption of smart home technology.

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