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News Summary of January 14, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of January 14, 2024 in Nigeria
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Dangote Petroleum Refinery in Nigeria has started production, marking a significant milestone after years of delays. The refinery, which is expected to be the biggest in Africa, has the capacity to produce 650,000 barrels per day of oil. This project is part of the country's efforts to reduce its reliance on fuel imports and boost local refining capacity.

Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni, has approved the payment of ₦708 million to settle outstanding gratuities and pensions for 461 retired civil servants in the state. This move aims to alleviate the financial hardship faced by retirees and ensure their welfare is taken care of.

A truck accident on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway resulted in the death of one person and injuries to three others. The incident highlights the need for improved road safety measures and enforcement in Nigeria.

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Administration in Abuja has commenced the demolition of illegal structures in taxi ranks. This action is part of efforts to regulate and standardize public transportation services in the city, ensuring the safety and convenience of commuters.

Nigeria's national football team's draw in a recent match is not a cause for concern, according to the coach. The team remains focused on their long-term goals and is working towards improving their performance in future matches.

Nigeria played to a disappointing draw against Equatorial Guinea in the Africa Cup of Nations. This result puts Nigeria's chances of progressing in the tournament at risk.

Politicians in Ekiti State are already vying for the ticket for the 2026 gubernatorial election. However, one candidate vows to remain focused on delivering positive change and progress for the state.

The new Maigari of Lokoja is seen as a seasoned administrator with a strong moral compass. The Forum of Lokoja Patriots believes that his appointment will bring positive developments to the area.

The government has apprehended revenue officials involved in the illegal issuance of stickers and emblems. This action aims to curb corruption and ensure that revenue collection processes are carried out in a transparent and legal manner.

The Kano State Agro-Pastoral Development Project (KSADP) and its partners have invested ₦4 billion in the construction of 60 milk collection centers. This initiative aims to support the dairy industry and improve the livelihoods of farmers in the state.

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