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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPER MARCH 4,2020

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Cybercrimes: FBI gives an award of excellence to Magu,15 detectives

Toddlers- dedicated station, Baby TV debuts on Star Times

EFCC returns N263.3m looted cash to Kwara

DAILY TRUST

Lagos will partner the private sector to improve education-Sanwo-Olu

LG Electronics showcases G-Sync TVs, rewards customers

NICON Insurance pays a claim to slain students

Why Africam women are vulnerable to climate change

PUNCH

Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, Ondo, Assemblies pass Amotekun Bills

South Africa enters recession again, Nigeria emerges Africa’s biggest economy

Zamfara man in court for defiling three-year-old girl

VANGUARD

NUP begs Kaduna govt. to hasten payment of N30,000 monthly pensions

Criminal gangs take over Lagos- S-South waterways

No immunity for legislative heads

TELEGRAPH

NASS Panel threatens to sanction NIMASA DG

Coronavirus: Anambra Assembly summons Commissioner over preventive measure

Osun: Breaking new grounds amidst scarce resources

Troops rescue woman, daughter after two years in captivity

Mad man attacks lady with a knife

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HEADLINES FROM MAJOR NIGERIA’S NEWSPAPERS,NOVEMBER 10

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  • Ignore protesting youths  at your peril, Senate warns
  • Masterminds’ of looting remanded for killing company worker in Osun
  • Our personnel’s morale still low, say police

DAILY TRUST

  • Pursue your requests in a peaceful manner, UN tells Nigerian youths
  • Buhari orders sale of  forfeited assets within 6 months
  • CBN, others, engage youths on business loans
  • 2 ex-SARS Officers remanded over the killing of 62 year -old man in Abuja

PUNCH

  • Oyo pays N8bn gratuity to 3,783 retirees
  • Woman, three children rescued from Boko Haram
  • Naira may depreciate to 475 against the dollar, says Rewane
  • NYSC begins compulsory health insurance, mobilizes 66,000 for orientation

THISDAY

  • Oil Prices Jump by 10% over Pfizer’s Report on COVID-19 Vaccine
  • Pencom Okays Transfer Window for Pensioners to change PFAs
  • Fuel Crises looms as Oil workers Begin Strike
  • EFCC Re-arraigns Ex-NIMASA DG, Two Others over Alleged N304m Fraud

THE SUN

  • EndSARS: Without restructuring, we won’t make progress-Ikoh, APC Chieftain
  • 2023: How Igbo can become president-Group
  • Ecobank named Best Retail Bank in Nigeria
  • Oyetola to present 2021 budget to state Assembly Today
  • FoodCo emerges Marketing Edge Retailer of the Year
  • Why Mahmood handed over to Mu’azu as ag INEC Chairman

 

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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPERS OCTOBER,1ST

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  • E-Voting: INEC evaluates eight firms’ Capacity
  • 120 eminent Nigerians for national dialogue
  • Queen, Israel, South-Africa greet Nigeria
  • Zulum: bring Chadian soldiers to join Boko Haram battle
  • NDE recruits 400 Bayelsa Indigenes for a business scheme
  • Akeredolu, Ajayi clash over OSOPADEC fund

DAILY TRUST

  • Gombe @24: Keeping with the vision of the founding fathers
  • HND/BSC dichotomy: FGfails to implement white paper 14 years after
  • Sanusi ‘Da Bull’ Ibrahim confirms Watford move
  • Messi happiness not in my hands, says Koeman
  • Celebrating Nigeria at 60: Suffering and Smiling

VANGUARD

  • HYUNDAI developing’ transformer class’ walking car
  • Friesland Campina WAMCOcompletes purchase of Nuteicima’s dairy business positions its business in Nigeria for growth
  • UN bodies including UNICEF, WHO probe DR of Congo sex abuse reports
  • Suspension of electricity tariff increase in public interest-NERC
  • Nigeria @60: Gridlocks and the elusive Eldorado
  • Nigeria at60: There is hope-Afenifere
  • China is preparing an antitrust probe into Google
  • Ekiti Assembly passes bill to upgrade college of Education  to University

PUNCH

  • Lagos is ripe for takeover by PDP, says Fayose
  • Ayade gives 54 SUV’s to Chairmen, deputies
  • Police arrest six suspects over Ondo APC, PDP clash
  • Lagos gives indigent residentsN10,000 products
  • Ogun criminalises trading in industrially used materials
  • Last salary FG paid our members was June -ASUU
  • Kwara asks public, private schools to reopen on Monday, Oct. 5
  • We can’t have a progressive country with a region calling the shots-Ohanaeze Secretary, Achi-Okpaga
  • North-West residents fleeing  into Bauchi, deputy gov laments
  • Ortom queries benefits of rail lines to the Niger Republic
  • Cracks in Nigeria: I was misrepresented, says Mustapha
  • Fayemi approves conversion, inter-cadre transfer for 603 civil servants
  • Police warn Oodua Republic agitators against procession
  • Buhari regime’s failure to accept constructive criticism disappointing
  • Nigeria at 6o: Not yet Uhuru for the green energy industry
  • We can  have a referendum on whether we want Nigeria’s continued existence, we don’t have to go to war-ACF Secretary-General, Aliyu

 

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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPERS JUNE,22

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  •   Edo PDP risks implosion over Obaseki
  •   Five dead as Cholera hits Bayelsa, Delta
  •   APC stakeholders declare Bolarinwa Party Chairman
  •   FCT Court won’t hear political cases from other states
  •   Three Indians’ aides test positive in Osun
  •   Rivers becoming South-South virus Epicentre, says Wike

DAILY TRUST

  •   Ekiti establishes a sexual assault referral centre for rape victims
  •    Lagos govt. to establish fruit orchards in 20 secondary schools
  •    Residents lament as Vandals steal transformer in Osogbo
  •    The US, CHINA Cold War ‘bigger global threat than Virus’
  •    Import duty hike, others, stall installation of 700,000 meters
  •    Fire razes 4 petrol  tankers on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

VANGUARD

  •      Gbajabiamila hails resident doctors for calling off the strike
  •      CBN imposes N216bn CRR levy on banks
  •      Will herdsmen plunge Nigeria into food crises?
  •       Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala best for WTO job
  •       PUNCH
  •       Wadume’s trial resumes today, calls mount for killer soldiers’ prosecution
  •       We’ll review suspended strike in July-Resident doctors
  •       Lagos ministry queried me, stopped my salary for shooting video on street ‘sweepers’                 suffering-Asthmatic – LAWMA Supervisor
  •        Ogun Vulcanizer  arrested for stealing female customer’s pants
  •        Chief Imam’s son  kills friend over phone in Lagos
  •        Rivers’ man survives electrocution while vandalizing armoured cable
  •        Father’S day: Obaseki pledges  decent jobs for men
  •        THE SUN
  •        SERAP sues health ministry, NCDC over failure to account for COVID-19 Funds
  •         Buhari hails Nigerians on Polio free status
  •         Olowo of Owo rallies support for Akeredolu
  •         2023: Groups ask APC, PDP to cede Presidency to Igbo
  •         FG demands urgent action from Ghana over attack on high  commission
  •         Family demands justice over the death of a son in police detention
  •          NEW TELEGRAPH
  •          PENGASSAN, NUPENG to embark on a 3-day warning strike over IPPIS
  •          FG Condemns demolition of Nigeria’s diplomatic quarters in Ghana
  •          Nigeria slashes 13.67m barrels oil production quota off IOCs
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