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News Summary of January 10, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of January 10, 2024 in Nigeria
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A group has called on the Deputy Governor of Ondo State, Lucky Ayedatiwa, to prioritize inclusive governance in order to promote unity and development in the state.

The Lagos Free Trade Zone has attracted a million-dollar gas distribution project, which is expected to boost the local economy and create jobs.

The Nigeria Customs Service has assured the federal government of generating N5.079 trillion in revenue by the year 2024.

The Delta State government has presented Certificates of Occupancy for 3,747 hectares of land to the Nigerian Navy.

The Governor of Gombe State has expressed his commitment to working with development partners to align governance with local needs.

Nigeria has destroyed a record $11.2 million worth of seized elephant tusks as part of efforts to combat illegal wildlife trade.

A boat carrying passengers in Nigeria capsized, resulting in the loss of 20 lives.

A group has called on the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation to terminate oil pipelines contracts with the Olu of Warri.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has launched an investigation into bank CEOs over an alleged ₦44 billion fraud in the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs.

The Kano State Government plans to spend N3.9 billion on milk collection centers to boost dairy production.

The Broadcasting Service of Anambra State plans to hold its Annual Merit Awards, as football stakeholders project for the year 2024.

The Lagos Internal Revenue Service has announced a deadline of January 31st for filing tax returns.

41 Christians were killed in a terrorist attack in Kaduna State, Nigeria.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has begun a probe into a suspended minister over financial controversy.

The NGX All-Share Index dropped by 1.4%, resulting in investors losing N638 billion.

The Nigerian national football team is preparing for the Africa Cup of Nations 2023, and the teams and their numbers have been announced.

A Nigerian minister has been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation into alleged misconduct.

A journalist has emphasized the importance of journalists as partners in progress.

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation will supply Dangote Refinery with four crude cargoes in February.

The staff of the College of Education Akwanga are demanding the removal of the council chairman due to the expiration of his tenure.

Nigeria and other ECOWAS countries control 10% of the $200 billion cocoa market.

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps has arrested three suspected cattle rustlers in Jigawa State.

A former militant leader has urged reconciliation with Governor Wike in order to promote peace and development in the region.

As part of efforts to reduce the cost of governance, Tinubu has cut travel delegation by 60%.

The Nigeria Customs Service is collaborating with the African Continental Free Trade Area secretariat to boost trade in Africa.

A group has called for the monitoring of the maritime domain to curb illegal fishing.

Nigeria has destroyed a record $11.2 million worth of seized elephant tusks in an effort to combat illegal wildlife trade.

Workers in Kwara State have given the government 14 days to implement their demands or face a strike.

The Deputy Governor of Ondo State has approved N1.2 billion for the payment of pension gratuities.

An analyst has noted the systemic exclusion of women in government and praised Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan's resilience.

The author discusses the need for the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations to adopt a more inclusive and progressive approach.

The Governor of Anambra State has suspended a monarch for conferring a chieftaincy title on Ifeanyi Ubah without due process.

The Supreme Court has reserved judgment in three separate appeals concerning the election of the Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly.

The Lagos Commissioner of Police has removed a Divisional Police Officer over the illegal detention of a lawyer.

Nigeria has called up Moffi to replace Boniface, who has been ruled out of the African Cup of Nations due to injury.

The Ondo Foundation has unveiled its ONDO Points and Token Unlock Plan.

The Governor of Rivers State, Wike, claims that everyone wants to take pictures with him due to his popularity and achievements.

Nigeria has called up Moffi to replace the injured Boniface in the national football team for the African Cup of Nations.

Tiwa Savage has raised concerns over an online feud with Davido and the false narratives being spread.

The Sun Newspaper has awarded Inuwa Yahaya as the Governor of the Year for 2023.

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