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News Summary of June 30, 2023 in Nigeria

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News Summary of June 30, 2023 in Nigeria
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Multiple senators from the All Progressives Congress (APC) are vying for the position of majority leader in the Senate, as they await approval from President Bola Tinubu.

The Nigeria Data Protection Commission (NDPC) has criticized the Central Bank of Nigeria's directive to collect customers' social media handles, deeming it illegal.

Oyo State has appointed a new commissioner of police, Hamzat, to oversee law enforcement in the state.

The GLS4Business Summit brought industry experts together to discuss industrial transformation models.

A total of 269 suspects have been arrested in Akwa Ibom State for various crimes, including murder, kidnapping, and cultism.

Governor Hope Uzodimma has intervened in a dispute between Igbo traders and Lagos authorities in order to find a resolution.

The governor of Kwara State has reaffirmed his commitment to making cultural festivals a key driver of economic growth in the state.

Minority parties' senators have vowed to resist former Vice President Atiku Abubakar's attempt to impose Aminu Tambuwal as the minority leader in the Senate.

Senator Buruji Kashamu celebrated Eid-el-Kabir with his constituents, distributing cash and food items to thousands of people.

Senator Jarigbe has warned that APC members should blame themselves if a minority leader is imposed on them.

Doma Holdings Inc. has announced a 1:25 reverse split that will take effect on June 29, 2023.

First Bank has unveiled a humanoid robot that will engage with customers using artificial intelligence technology.

Governor Seyi Makinde has appointed a Director-General for Operation Burst, as well as 11 other aides.

The founder of Omega Power Ministries, Chibuzor Chinyere, collapsed at an airport and has been hospitalized.

An Olympian boxer, Okorodudu, was allegedly left to die by the hospital authority due to an unpaid bill.

Tinubu's actions have caused a stir and drawn attention.

The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Oborevwori, and four former Chief of Defence Staff members attended the armed forces pullout of General Leo Irabor.

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