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News Summary of January 15, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of January 15, 2024 in Nigeria
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Nigeria, on Armed Forces Day, is urging its citizens to eschew expressions of hate and violence. This comes as an armed gang attacked a military camp and a village in the northwest region of the country. Meanwhile, Africa's biggest oil refinery has begun production, aiming to reduce the need for imports. The Nigerian Consumer Protection Council is cautioning against undermining investigations and calling for a probe into alleged contract fraud. In other news, the Anglican Church has bestowed the 'Defender of Faith' award on Governor Oborevwori, while the Lagos Inland Revenue Service is reminding companies to submit annual tax returns by January 31 to avoid penalties. Governor Wike has ordered a crackdown on street light vandals in the Federal Capital Territory, and Nigeria's inflation has risen to its highest level in more than 27 years. The country's Code of Conduct Bureau has invited Minister Tunji-Ojo for questioning over alleged contract fraud. On the international front, Akwa Ibom State, OCP Africa, and the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority are in discussions to strengthen collaboration in the agricultural sector. The Dangote refinery in Nigeria has officially started production after several years of delays.

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