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News Summary of March 6, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of March 6, 2024 in Nigeria
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Abuja residents will soon have access to a rail system for transportation to the airport and other places starting from May, according to Governor Nyesom Wike.

Judiciary workers in Osun have suspended their three-month-old strike.

A court in Kano has ruled that the state's anti-graft agency lacks the power to investigate Governor Abdullahi Ganduje in relation to a dollar bribery video.

The First Lady of Ekiti State has launched the Adire Hub, with 200 youths beginning training in adire cloth-making.

The Benue State government has sealed hospitals and schools in the state for tax evasion.

The President of the Ndarani community in Adamawa has called for the empowerment of traditional rulers in order to address insecurity.

At least 45 people, including a family of 7, were killed in a gun battle between two militia groups in Benue State.

The Nigeria Customs Service is on standby ahead of the reopening of the Nigeria-Niger border.

At least 47 women have been abducted by armed militants in Nigeria, according to reports.

President Tinubu has signed executive orders on oil and gas reforms in Nigeria.

The United Arab Emirates has resumed visa services for Nigerians.

Officials in Taraba State in Nigeria have stated their intention to eradicate ghost workers from the civil service.

A UK-based Nigerian care giver has died while on duty.

The Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA) and Abuja Council have started a free fashion training program for youths.

The dissolved appointees in Imo State express disappointment at Governor Uzodimma for not paying their severance and other entitlements.

A professional body of surveyors in Nigeria calls on President Tinubu to introduce policies to alleviate poverty in the country.

A group of masquerades in Nigeria attended a church service with a native doctor for a thanksgiving ceremony.

President Tinubu assures Nigerians that his economic reforms will stabilize the country.

Dozens of women are feared abducted by jihadists in Gamboru Ngala, Nigeria.

Suspected insurgents have kidnapped 50 people in northeast Nigeria.

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Veterinary doctors in Kogi State urge the governor to harmonize and implement revised CONMESS.

The Edo State Assembly has started the impeachment process against the deputy governor, Philip Shaibu.

According to Governor Wike, the Abuja Rail Mass Transit project is 95% completed and will be inaugurated in May.

The victory of Lanre Abure in the Appeal Court is seen as a positive sign for the Labour Party in Lagos.

The Nigerian government addresses rumors regarding the lifting of the visa ban by Dubai.

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Abuja residents protest against the alleged takeover of land by the Nigerian Navy.

The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) calls on the government to support local engineers and promote local content.

The National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC) has developed standards for Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and electric vehicles in Nigeria.

The Nigeria Customs Service warns the border community against unwholesome practices.

Governor Wike vows to put an end to open grazing in Abuja.

ShopRite and SPAR stores in Enugu have been sealed off over allegations of tax evasion.

The Lagos Internal Revenue Service (LIRS) reminds taxpayers of the March 31 deadline for annual tax return submission.

Shell is facing calls to safely decommission its old assets before exiting Nigeria.

The bodies of six police officers killed by Fulani herdsmen in Delta State have been recovered.

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