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News Summary of March 4, 2024 in Nigeria

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News Summary of March 4, 2024 in Nigeria
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According to the Energy Commission, Nigeria will need 5.2 trillion naira to transition to clean energy by 2050. Various prominent figures are expected to attend the Leadership Awards ceremony in Nigeria, including Tinubu, Wike, and Etsu Nupe. The Nigeria Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has forecasted three days of dust haze and thunderstorms across the country. Governor Aiyedatiwa has announced plans to release 1.2 billion naira to Agagu University. The African Development Bank (AfDB) aims to enhance Nigeria's agriculture sector by promoting climate-resilient crops. The Nigerian Minister urged youths to prioritize nation-building over party affiliations. Transport for Abuja (TFA) has made the news in Ghana. Notable personalities stormed the UK to celebrate Fred Majemite's 60th birthday. The ownership of the Urhobo town of Otughievwen is being questioned. The Benue State government has shut down hospitals and schools due to tax evasion. According to Anyaoku, the existing constitution cannot effectively address Nigeria's challenges. Jos DisCo has advised customers not to pay for the repair of faulty transformers. Governor Okezie Ikpeazu accuses Alex Otti of lying about Abia's payment regarding Geometric investment. A lawyer suggests that Tinubu should establish a Ministry of Climatic Change based on the Oronsaye Report. Delta Online Publishers honor Tompolo for his contribution to the liberation of the Niger Delta. Ooni of Ife distributes cash to traditional rulers during the Aje Festival. Nigeria will be represented by 358 athletes in 25 sports at the African Games. Governor Wike intends to appoint nine permanent secretaries for FCTA. The displaced people from Plateau State are urged to return home. Rape victims in Kano demand justice as important laws remain unenforced. APC and Sylva seek the disbandment of the Bayelsa guber tribunal due to alleged bias. FCTA is set to receive nine permanent secretaries soon. Airport grand handlers request a review of charges due to devaluation and high energy costs. Abia's governor seeks NLC's assistance in combating salary padding and ghost workers. Nigeria increases security measures amid ongoing food theft and inflation. The famous Nigerian actor John Okafor passes away at the age of 62. NiMet predicts three days of thunderstorms and haziness from Sunday to Tuesday. LIRS emphasizes the March 31 deadline for annual tax return submissions. The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs labels warehouse looting as a criminal act, not hunger-related. Delta APC mobilizes members for Kokori's burial. NBET plans to transform into an energy exchange to revitalize Nigeria's electricity market, following in India's footsteps. Delta state government acknowledges and sympathizes with NLC protesters. CSOs urge the President to address the current hunger crisis and avoid politics. A global study reveals that over one billion people worldwide now live with obesity. Kpolovie is honored with a global science award. Governor Mutfwang highlights agriculture as the way forward during times of hardship. Governor Wike celebrates Fred Majemite's 60th birthday. Ekiti First Lady empowers youths through Adire fabrics.

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