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News Summary of April 23, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of April 23, 2024 in Nigeria
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Multiple news articles in Nigeria today highlight various issues in the country. One report discusses the horrifying experience of an Anambra couple and their maid who were subjected to sexual brutality by armed herdsmen. Another article highlights the alarming rate of child hunger in Nigeria, with one in six children at risk of going hungry. The Labour Party in Edo State has criticized INEC's final list for the 2024 elections, raising concerns about the validity of the list. In Oyo State, authorities crack down on medical quackery and seal nine health facilities found to be operating illegally. The FAAN calls for stronger ties with ICAN and commends the Account Department for its efforts. Tin-can Customs has exceeded its revenue target by 139% in the first quarter of 2024. The NSIB launches an investigation into a runway incident involving Dana Air at Lagos Airport. Yahaya Bello seeks to set aside an arrest warrant against him in court. Governor Aliyu congratulates Governor Ortom on his 63rd birthday. In economic news, Nigeria's economy is predicted to have a profound impact on the world, challenging China's position. A Dana aircraft skids off the runway at Lagos Airport. The experiences of Morocco in combating terrorism are highlighted during a high-level African meeting in Abuja. IMF Chief, Kristalina Georgieva, warns of global economic concerns, including inflation and debt. The CNG reaffirms its commitment to support PCNGI in securing concessionary pricing. African leaders take the lead in tackling terrorism across the continent. The number of inmates awaiting trial in Kano has increased by 70%. The NSCDC rescues 10 suspected victims of human trafficking and illegal migration. Despite the recent crisis in Rivers State, Fubara reassures businesses that the state is safe. Afenifere dissociates itself from the call for Yoruba to leave Nigeria. The Bayelsa Guber Tribunal reserves judgment on a petition seeking Governor Diri's removal. Stakeholders decry endemic corruption in Nigeria's oil and gas sector. The NSIB commences an investigation into the Dana Airlines runway excursion, and the NCAA confirms no casualty occurred. Save the Children reports that over 15 million children in Nigeria are suffering from hunger. Nigeria's risk rating exposes airlines to expensive wet-leasing. Women journalists call for the immediate release of Sokari, a Rivers lawmaker, and advocate for Ezebunwo. The Joint Committee denies allegations of equipment relocation from NCAT Zaria. ARDI and other anti-corruption groups condemn EFCC's tactics in the case against Yahaya Bello. Banks plan to leverage SEC's N1.5 trillion infrastructure fund for recapitalization. Caleb University's CEO lauds the strides made in education by Bola Tinubu. The APC chair in Ondo State assures that a credible candidate has been elected. Police officers are deployed to lead the British School due to bullying incidents. NIPCO Gas seeks increased adoption of CNG as auto fuel. Kwara opens bids for 2021 FGN, UBEC, and SUBEB intervention projects. The BIC Art Master competition returns for its sixth edition, offering a $2,000 top prize. An Ebonyi man aims to break the Guinness World Record for marathon ironing. Oborevwori calls on the NDDC to complete abandoned projects. A content creator is set to break the Guinness World Record for visiting the most restaurants. In political news, Ihedioha defects from the PDP, depleting Atiku's camp.

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