1st IBB returns to Lagos from a one-day state visit to France.
8th Babangida approves the appointment of eight people as members of the Detention of Persons Review Panel under the state security (Detention of Persons) amendment Decree No.3 of 1990.
Members of the Panel are:
- Anglican Bishop Abiodun Adetiloye
- Lateef Adegbite
- Aboki – Egu Musa
- Alhaji Ismaila Gwarzo
- Mrs Brenda Akpan
- Abdullahi Shettima
- Nnowuka Udechukwu
- Justice Azinge (rtd)
8th National Council of Women Societies (NCWS) confers an award on President Babangida and the first lady, Mrs. Maryam Babangida.
12th Government and National Universities Commission negotiate a loan of 20 million dollars with the World Bank to enable them improve the academic facilities in the universities.
– Each of the 21 Federal Universities gets 20 million naira grants from President Babangida.
– Better life fair opens at Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos.
– First lady, Mrs. Maryam Babangida receives New Nigerian Newspapers Award of “Woman of the year”.
15th IBB hosts Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince Charles and Lady Diana in Nigeria.
– Reception for the players and officials of Super Eagles at State House, Marina following their wonderful performance at the Nations Cup tournament in Algeria where they won the silver medal.
– FG showers N1.2million cash gifts on the team and officials.
– Each player gets N 50, 000.
– Coaches take N 55, 000 home.
– The British Royal couple, Prince Charles and Princess Lady Diana, round up their five-day visit and leave for home by sea through Cameroun.
21st Nigeria and USA enter into an agreement on how to combat hard drugs.
30th IBB opens first Enugu International Trade Fair.