Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Today – Monday, January 22, 2024: 10 Things You Should Know

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Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Monday January 22, 2024. 

 

Good morning! Here’s a concise roundup of today’s key stories from :

 

1. The Dangote Petroleum Refinery secures a significant deal to supply fuel to 150,000 IPMAN retail outlets. This collaboration follows a productive meeting between the refinery’s management and IPMAN executives.

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2. The Ministry of Solid Minerals Development reiterates its commitment to investigating the recent Ibadan explosion. Minister Dele Alake assures a thorough inquiry to determine the cause and subsequent actions.

 

3. ACF Condemns Relocation: The Arewa Consultative Forum criticizes the relocation of key and FAAN departments to Lagos, citing it as a move detrimental to northern development.

 

4. Police Officers Apprehended: The Rivers State Police Command arrests three officers involved in the abduction and extortion of over N4m from travellers in Abia State, posing as EFCC operatives.

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5. Agip Oil Company’s Gas Pipeline Explosion: A gas pipeline explosion in Rivers State’s Obagi community causes destruction to the surroundings, with no reported loss of life.

 

6. Al-Kadriyar Girls’ Release: Family members disclose paying ransom for the release of five kidnapped girls, part of the group abducted on January 2, 2023, in the Bwari area.

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7. Court Judgment: The Federal High Court in Abuja is set to deliver judgment today in a suit filed by the Rivers State House of Assembly Speaker against Governor Siminalayi Fubara and others.

 

8. Labour Party Aspirants Reject Fees: Aspirants for the Edo State Governorship Primary reject the N30 million fee for expression of interest and nomination forms, planning to address the matter in a meeting on Monday.

 

9. Abduction Rescue: Suleiman Sabo, abducted in the FCT, has been successfully rescued after gunmen intercepted his vehicle along Airport road.

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10. Mandilas Building Fire: A fire affects four floors of the 10-storey Mandilas building in Lagos Island, causing substantial property damage before emergency responders swiftly arrived.

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