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News Summary of May 14, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of May 14, 2024 in Nigeria
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A recent surge in student kidnappings in Nigeria has left over 1,680 students kidnapped in the past 10 years. The Delta Unity Group has praised Malik Ikpokpo's appointment as Director and expressed confidence in his ability to lead effectively. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has demanded historical accreditation reports from civil society organizations (CSOs). Nigerian soldiers scarred by war fought to recover at Prince Harry's Invictus Games. Airtel's Q4 profit was negatively impacted by forex losses, resulting in a 31% decline. The Binance allegations have been deemed a distraction tactic by the Reps Committee. Former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, backs Afro-democracy and advocates for a shift from the Western model. The National Climate Change Research Programme (NCCRP) urges Ogun residents to embrace a waste-to-wealth project to combat climate change. The Oyo State Assembly commends Governor Makinde for approving the House Committee report on the integration of SUBEB seconded teachers. Africa requires billions for climate-friendly stoves due to deadly pollution. Nigeria and the UN seek $306 million for an urgent food and nutrition crisis response. The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) promises to enhance school safety and train stakeholders in light of the CUSTECH kidnapping. The EFCC arrests two individuals in Kaduna for counterfeiting $81,700. Ebonyi local government polls see Obosi pledge more development and empowerment in Onicha. Africa requires billions for climate-friendly stoves due to deadly pollution. The lack of political will is hindering the adoption of green stoves in Africa. Nigeria is working to determine a date for Eurobond issuance, according to the Minister of Finance. NSCDC pledges to secure Kogi schools against kidnappers. Nigeria's labour unions protest against higher electricity prices. Africa requires billions for climate-resistant stoves due to deadly pollution. Alleged attempted murder: Trial of 20 ex-PTD members is set to begin. Nigeria suspends the cybersecurity levy amid a cost of living crisis. A CSO endorses the cybersecurity levy. LASAA unveils a program to enhance signage registration. The National Population Commission (NPC) has yet to reach 10% of its potential, according to the Minister of Interior. Nigerian soldiers scarred by war fought to recover at Prince Harry's Invictus Games. Kogi extends the bursary scholarship registration deadline, as 40,000 students have applied. HB Utility Boys are champions of the 5th JOF U-13 Cup Football Tournament. Nine students have been kidnapped by terrorists in northern Nigeria. Nigerian soldiers scarred by war fought to recover at Prince Harry's Invictus Games. Enugu is set to hold its first gaming conference. Nigerian stocks have plummeted to their lowest point since January. The WHO's Regional Office for Africa emphasizes the importance of working with communities to fight against meningitis. The FRSC urges motorists to keep a 200m distance between vehicles. Over 1,680 students have been kidnapped in the last 10 years in Nigeria. INEC will not allow the collection of PVCs by proxy in Edo and Ondo states. The trial of 20 ex-PTD members for alleged attempted murder is set to begin on June 26. Africa requires billions for climate-friendly stoves due to deadly pollution.

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