PUNCH

 

  • Ma steals N1.7M Alcohol, gets N600,000 bail
  • Igbo Group seeks end to IPOB sit-at-home order
  • Akwa Ibom Varsity receives 100% accreditation status
  • National Assembly Transmits amended Electoral Act to Buhari
  • Blasphemy: Our children won’t attend school again, say Deborah’s parents
  • Lassa fever killed 151 in 17 weeks, says NCDC
  • Learn from Yar’Adua, South–East PFN urges Buhari
  • We’ll field credible candidates,says APC chairman
  • Vote in Nigeria’s interest, Osinbajo urges delegates

 

 

VANGUARD

 

  • At the Boy–Child Conversation, Experts Advocate Attention, Mentorship
  • PDP presidential primary: Emmanuel denies blocking Akwa Ibom delegates from seeing Atiku
  • Buhari Adviser on Power joins Jigawa 2023 guber race
  • Soludo’s visit, confirmation Kanu isn’t bad as being portrayed ‘-Family
  • Crises: Anambra PDP demands  suspension of Nat’l Legal Adviser
  • APC operates like a cult in Ede, Rep’s aspirants fumes; defects to NNPPP
  • 20223: I’m the only PDP presidential aspirant that can defeat APC’Wike
  • UNEMPLOYMENT: Pension Savings withdrawals reverse 4yr trend
  • Army bombs Boko Haram Commander’s convoy, kill scores, destroy gun trucks
  • Police kill 7 Kaduna bandits who shot NYSC member

 

 

 

GUARDIAN

 

 

  • Nigerians deserve fresh constitution before 2023 elections, says NINAS
  • Group commends Soludo for the visit to Kanu
  • Man hit by BRT driver dies after four days in a coma
  • Delta State approves grants for mission schools
  • Artificial Intelligence engineering receives boost at UNN
  • Police arrest suspected gunrunners, uncover arms in bags of beans
  • Gunmen kill two policemen, four others in Bayelsa
  • APC consensus arrangements in Cross River collapses
  • Why we withdrew Nigeria from International basketball
  • Ibeju-Lekki wins2021/22 Club Cricket Committee League
  • 2023: Why Nigeria should not miss Osinbajo

 

 

 

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