Newspaper Headlines: Fleeing Okuama residents lament hunger, snakebites in forests

Reports on looting of warehouses in Kebbi, crude oil theft, and messages from political stakeholders regarding Easter celebration, dominate the cover pages of Nigerian newspapers.

The Punch reports that governors, senators, and other prominent individuals have urged Nigerians not to lose hope in the face of the economic challenges in the country amid Easter celebration. The newspaper says the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has raised an alarm over planned attacks on power facilities.
The Guardian reports that oil theft persists in the Niger Delta region of the country despite militarisation of the area and the involvement of private security outfits. The newspaper says residents have warned members of the Rivers house of assembly loyal to Nyesom Wike, minister of the federal capital territory (FCT), against impeaching Siminalayi Fubara, governor of the state.
Daily Trust reports that some residents of Kebbi State attacked a government warehouse at Bayan Kara area of Birnin Kebbi, the state capital, on Saturday night and carted away food items. The newspaper says the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) has urged Christians to pray for peace, security, and economic recovery for Nigeria during the Easter celebration.
The Nation reports that three jets in the presidential air fleet (PAF) are expected to be sold off.
Vanguard reports that banks are worried over the exclusion of retained profits from the funds needed for the recapitalisation process initiated by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The newspaper says residents of Okuama community in Delta are trapped in forests since the military began operations in their area following the killing of 17 army personnel. 

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